Hobo Headwear headed back to Woodward at Copper for the 2014 summer of shred with their team of talented riders. You know you want to watch something that isn’t entirely a Mt. Hood edit.
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Volkl Snowboards Peter Walchhofer took to the east and west of Europe to put together this edit. Which mixes parts from a few different projects for a well rounded edit.
Denis Leontyev or the Russian Chris Bradshaw as he is often referred to can melt brains with his prowess on a rail. He spent a few weeks in July up at Windells filming in their park and lets just say some next level trickery went down.
Dachstein Glacier in Europe has turned into a slushy mess of snow that is just killing people left and right. The intro to this edit just shows how disastrous it really is.
This short and sweet season edit from MJ Arsenault shows how to get it done in the streets. Kids take notes, old guys just watch in awe.
Two guys, two snowboards, and two weeks in Folgefonna to shred and film. That’s what you get with this edit featuring Jonny Pickup and Joonas Eloranta. So while everyone else is showing you Hood edits, watch this instead.
Filming a full urban part in a country where half the people are unemployed pretty much solidifies that you can pull off the gangsta image. Adri Fernandez destroyed the streets of Spain in this stret edit.
This is what a season full of non injuries can get you in Summit County. Connor Paulson lays out his smooth buttery style all over the terrain parks of Copper and Keystone Mountains.
The Bngr Mob had this to say about webisode 2, “Our second episode takes us to the very last laps of the season. This season, like pretty much every other season before, ended in ski resort called Ruka. Meanwhile there are no snow in southern parts of Finland, Ruka still has an amazing park to […]
In honor of the 4th of July here in the United States we wanted to celebrate freedom by showing you an edit that takes advantage of the ability to be unique. Chris Buliung exudes his own independent style all over Loon Mountain New Hampshire. Live free or die.