Eric Willett. Photo: Windells.(via windells.com)Summer’s more than halfway over and at Windells, we’re trying to figure out where the time has gone (it probably has something to do with all of the snowboarding and skating we’ve been doing the last two months). It’s sunny out, there’s tons of snow, and each week the park keeps getting better and better. Session 5 just came to a close, and if you missed it, here’s what went down.Continue Reading...
Let's keep the Canadian theme going. Phil Jacques is back again, this time in Capita's new movie "Defenders Of Awesome". Besides having one of the best movie names of the new season, Capita's first full length team movie is stacked with young talent and it's sure to live up to the hype. Check out capitasnowboarding.com for more info.
Phil Jacques. Photo: Bob Plumb.Can't forget about the guys up North. Our Canadian Snow Team of Will Lavigne, Benji Ritchie and Phil Jacques had a great season and put in work for the Transworld Snowboarding Team Shootout. You can check out all the photos in the new issue of the mag, and the videos are posted on twsnow.com. As for this particular shot, click here to get the full size wallpaper image for your viewing pleasure.
Videograss Presents, Shoot The Moon and RetrospectFriday August 12, 2011Bagdad Theater and Pub, Portland, OR.Doors open at 7:30pmFREEDinner and drinks will be servedMore information at VGsnow.comMovies featuring: Chris Grenier, Darrell Mathes, Gus Engle, Jake Olson-Elm, Jed Anderson, Johnny Miller, Jon Kooley, Jonas Michilot, Jordan Mendenhall, Justin Bennee, Louif Paradis, Mikey Leblanc, Nick Dirks, Nima Jalali, Will Tuddenham, Zac Marben, Alex Andrews, Alex Cantin, Ben Bilocq, Austin Smith, Curtis Ciszek, Bryan Fox, Ethan Deiss, Jake Blauvelt, Jake Kuzyk, Harrison
T. Rice and the Brain Farm crew dropped this new trailer for "The Art Of Flight" during the X Games Big Air on last Friday, so just in case you missed then or on every other snowboard site on the planet, here it is. The anticipation is building for the Sept. 7th World Premiere in New York City as Travis, Mark Landvik and the rest of the Brain Farm rippers are set to reinvent snowboard film making once again. Lando
It's that time of year again! Summer is slowly creeping into Fall, and that means snowboard season will soon be upon us. With that comes the onslaught of new movies from all the film companies, both big and small. And while "The Art Of Flight" is easily the most anticipated of the year, don't sleep on Forum's new team movie "Vacation". The Forum crew always delivers quality productions, and with the addition of Vans Team Rider Andreas Wiig, this one
From www.twsnow.com.The YES crew went deep. They scouted a rare new zone in the already bombarded Whistler backcountry spending three days breaking trail just accessing it. They camped, cut trees, waited out storms, heli'd and got gnarly. The mission was an effort to catch the essence of snowboarding in a natural state and express a rider's individual bond with the mountain.Team Riders: JP Solberg, Romain De Marchi, Benji Ritchie, Helen Schettini, and Mikee PedersonLocation: Whistler, BC, CanadaFilmmakers: Paul Watt and
Vans Team Rider Mark Landvik landed the cover of Snowboarder Magazine's August 2011 issue with this monster air through the snow ghosts in the Jackson Hole, WY backcountry. Doc Zapalac returns to his snowboard photography glory with his latest cover shot, and the entire issue is filled with stories featuring the Vans Snow Team. They all took place during the filming of "The Art Of Flight", the new movie from Red Bull Media House and Brain Farm Digital Cinema. There
Check out this video with Hana Beaman from her Signature Session at High Cascade Snowboard Camp last week. The video features Hana Beaman, Colleen Quigley, Pat Moore, and Jenny Jones and recaps a couple days on hill with Hana and some of the girl campers, who rip laps with the crew and throw down some new tricks. Watch as Hana breaks down the lighter side of summer camp and even throws down a few tricks of her own.
From www.twsnow.com.The Ride crew hung in the mist and snow-choked trees of the Northwest. Rain or shine the mob shredded wooded jumps, jibs, lodge-sized senders, a road gap, and more. Fog, snain, rain, clouds, and sunshine swept across their camera lenses as the team seized the oscillating environment and laid-back vibe of their lush surroundings.Teamriders: Alex Cantin, Austin Hironaka, Darrell Mathes, Sebastien ToutantLocation: Summit at Snoqualmie, WashingtonFilmmakers: Gary Milton & Tommy LittlePhotography: Frode SandbechWatch The Video.