Bald E Gal Productions has put together this great montage of all the Interior Plains Project riders from their Hooks and Hammers video. Watch some serious Midwest street destruction.
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The Think Thank Almanac crew headed up to Brighton in the early season to get their legs going. As you can expect it’s an edit full of tubes, shovels, one footed insanity, and all the best things about getting stoked on snowboarding. So go ride after watching this.
It’s December and most people are struggling to get their legs back under them and relearn old tricks. Not Tylor Berreth, this kid has managed to put down a quick preseason edit of both park and street.
While Buffalo New York was getting pummeled with feet of snow our friends The Trash League to the north in Ontario were able to get enough accumulation to hit some early season spots. This is what kickstarting your season in November looks like.
Keystone Colorado’s preseason park is always a fun place to be. It attracts pros and up and comers with its quick lines, magnitude of features, and the Colorado sunshine. Ryan Sheetz was able to toss together this edit of Will Mayo, Zach Soderholm, and Tylor Berreth.
An Austrian Autumn is the sequel to this summers blockbuster edit A Scandinavian Summer. With ten days and four riders this is the edit the boys were able to put together.
Some might call it a teaser, some might refer to it as an edit. All I know is that the up and coming boys from Quebec are killing it in the streets as per the usual for eastern Canada. Watch, enjoy, and then prepare yourself for the next generation of Quebecois riders.
Two weeks tooling around European cities with the younger members of the Volkl snowboard team. You guessed it, it’s a frontcountry edit.
If you haven’t had a chance to catch the UKC and Buck 90 film Itis you’re missing out. If you have then you know how stacked that film was and it’s no surprise even the B shots are good. This is all the left overs.
To those in Canada happy Thanksgiving weekend. Revelstoke ripper Justin Cahill is thankful for having the support of brands that allow him to rip powder like this when he’s not too busy working oil rigs. Enjoy the powder people.