For episode 10 we wanted to do something different that might turn a few heads and make people take notice. The idea comes from the age old saying of ‘A Poor Craftsmen Blames His Tools’ which in this day and age seems far more prevalent. We asked rider Dylan Thomas if he could do a […]
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The season might be winding down, but that hasn’t stopped Carinthia at Mt. Snow from going off. Dylan Demers documents the east coast snowboarding of VT’s best terrain park.
Volume two from the Lot Lizard Chronicles features more awesome powder riding at Stevens Pass. If you like pow you will like this.
So it snowed a lot up in the Pacific North West during the month of March, it was also really sunny. Taking advantage of the powder days for personal pleasure Eric Miller opted to make this months Monthtage from Stevens Pass about their terrain park.
Have you ever just said to yourself “my snowboard is too cold!” Evidently someone at Signal did as they decided to put heating elements inside the board to allow the base to heat up. Is it practical? Probably not, but if we could cook bacon on it in the backcountry we would be all about […]
While currently filming for a bigger project, Zach had plenty of left over footage to still put together a solid #SODERZAC episode. Remember these are merely b-sides, there is something coming that is much, MUCH, BIGGER.
What happens when the parks you film in get buried by feet of snow? Well you go ride powder and forget about sliding on rails. After Keystone dug itself out and reshaped a few things we took a band of miscreants to the rail lines and told them to get weird.
So the Northwest hasn’t been going off as hard as it has in previous winters. That hasn’t stopped Eric Miller from working on his Monthtage project from Stevens Pass. Nothing like seeing the ole Northwest hip scene thriving.
The Piupau crew has been filming urban for the last two weeks for this webisode. To get this much footage for an edit in that little time is pretty stellar.
While everyone is paying attention to The Road to Sochi we went on The Road to Keystone to film the first ever Parks and Wrecks grudge match. As competitive snowboarding seems to be the only thing people care about leading up to the Olympics and X-Games it made sense to force two riders with the […]