Nashua, N.H. (November 7, 2013) – SLYTECH is proud to announce snowboard phenom, Gigi Rüf, as the newest addition to its growing family of athletes. Gigi’s natural ability to hit huge lines […]Read More
Hotzone.tv Park Opening Hintertux 2013 Wrapup An additional day awaited those who had a day off on Thursday, October 3rd (German public holiday). Ideal weather, the first test tents, a […]Read More
The final day of the Hintertux park opening weekend.Read More
If you only had one week in Japan to reap as much pow as possible you’d ride day and night and by the looks of Wolle Nyvelt and Takaharu Nakai’s […]Read More
rider: Wolle Nyvelt photographer: Oli GagnonRead More
Exactly one year has passed since Victor De Le Rue joined the team Nortwave & Drake, choosing for his set-up the Drake DF2 boards, Drake Reload bindings and Northwave Decade […]Read More
Words: Pat Bridges Photos: Ryan “Huggy” Hughes Nelson, BC. (Feb. 17, 2013)— The name may have changed but the spirit still remains. Under slightly overcast skies, fifteen of the best […]Read More
words and captions: Pat Bridges photos: Mike Yoshida Despite it being a race, the Legendary Mount Baker Banked Slalom is truly a timeless contest. For twenty-eight years, the Banked Slalom […]Read More
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA – (January 14, 2013) — Billabong is lighting up the new year by announcing Bode Merrill as their latest snow team athlete. Merrill has been a dominant force […]Read More
Creating a collection of short films starring it’s snow team riders, Dragon has released the first installment of a revealing four-part webisode series, titled Frame of Mind. Featuring Gigi Ruf, Luke Mitrani, Danny Davis and Chris Benchetler, Frame of Mind candidly captures the seldom seen moments that inspire the athletes antics and interests both on and off the mountain.
In its premiere episode, follow Gigi, Luke, and snow icon Wolle Nyvelt as they venture to the Advanced Projects X Cabin in Silverton, Colorado, for springtime shredding and goggle testing with Dragon’s product development team. Sitting at 12,000 feet above sea level, this off-the-grid facility is where Dragon athletes find untracked lines all winter long while pushing the limits to help create technologically advanced goggles, including the APX and NFX frames.