Beau Pearson's 2013 season edit.
The Lipstick ladies go to Davos, Switzerland for the MBM Monster Session. Featuring Julia Baumgartner, Aline Bock, and Conny Bleicher.
Geremy Guido's 2012/13 season edit from Kamloops, British Columbia.
Salt Lake City resident and Niche Snowboards rider, Torrey Lyons' edit from the 2013 season.
Fyve Snowboards heads to Mammoth for some May shred.
Mad Minute with Logan Farrow.
From Flameball Productions:
And what is Calenticosshhh? You will ask ...
Well... Calenticosshhh is nothing but pure snowboard, joke and laugh with the homies too, but in the background is much more than that, it is the philosophy of "We do it for FUN, not for Fame", which seem have forgotten many riders in these difficult days in which we live in.
And of course, Flameball always supported the fun and happy riding mixed with the technique and style of our homies at The Flamily Crew, so we bring you the first in a series of videos in which we will be discovering our gang riders at their local snow-parks across diverse resorts and joined by several local riders and friends, burning down the slopes with their Calenticosshhh style.
The French resort of Font-Romeu is our first spot and where this little idea was born, and its snowpark the one that had to withstand the high temperatures of our riders, (Edu Martínez, JMP Chola, V Conesa "Pelocho", Oscar Cantó),and local homies, (Alexis Morillere, Dani Guri, Marc Puigvert, Gore Serrano and Melina Sanchez).
Max Wharin's season edit from 2013.
One day at Steibis and one at Grasgehren Snowpark with the Growling Tribe crew.
Paxon Alexander laps Park City.
The ladies of Windells have talent. Check out the best of 2012 while you get ready for 2013--snowboard camp starts June 6! Featuring Marie-France Roy, Gretchen Bleiler, Mary Rand, Stephanie Feld, and more.
Brooks Finlinson had a rough year with injuries, but still managed to film this rad 2013 season edit. We're stoked to see what Brooks comes up with next in 2013/14.
Jeffy Gabrick takes laps at Trollhaughen, Wisconsin, in this "Singles Line" from The Interior Plain Project.
Gnu Snowboards presented the third annual Rhythm and Bruise at White Pass at the end of April and this rhythm section, bmx jump-inspired course was a hit with all of the local shredders. Check out the video for the action.
Lib Tech and Bent Metal Binders welcomed THE RETURN OF KINKO DE MAYO to the sunny slopes of Mt Bachelor for a day of kinks, heavy metal, banana salsa and of course....the Squirt Pit.
Bent Metal heads Ted Borland, Max Warbington and Brandon Hammid mixed in with a huge crew of shreds vying for the last Superpark Superpass for Bridges and Snowboarder Magazine.
When the Squirt Pit dried up it was Kenny "Kornbread" Cummngs who earned his Bent Metal cut and the Superpark Invite along with a tent/sleeping bag combo from Poler, a lib skatedeck and a giant bottle of Tapatio hotsauce....basically all a dude needs for a week of radness in the high desert of Central Oregon.
Jeff DeForge hitchhiked from New England to finish second and grab a Burtner Boxscratcher, Kenny Srofe took third and Zoe dominated for the girls and walked away with a new Gnu B-Street for her efforts.
Have you ever seen a 1 footed double backflip....Well neither had we up until Scott Vine did one on Day 5 of Superpark. The action on the final day at Mt Bachelor was absolutely bonkers and there really is no way to describe than to simply just watch the video.
The ladies of Too Hard are back at it, at Park City. These ladies have a ton of tech tricks and lots of style. Check out the video. Featuring Danyale Patterson, Amanda Hankison, Taylor Elliot, Kara Rennie, and Madison Blackley.
In the final episode of the 2012/13 "Grilosodes", Marko Grilc ends his season at JP Walker's Handplant Holiday and reflects on the past season. It's been a year filled with travel, good snow, competitions, and a lot of unique endeavors, including slow motion filming with the Phantom camera, coaching young kids at a snowboard camp, projecting images of snowboarding on city buildings, and more. Enjoy.
The "Colonel Senders" crew from Brighton made this trick-heavy edit at the end of the season. Featuring Treyson Allen, Everest Arnold, Austin Everingham, Sam Wittke, Ryan Ting, James Fleege, Jeff McGrath, Erik Nielsen, and Evan Wilcox.
Mark Ass Mondays went to Superpark 17 and Lucas Magoon went off on the jib features at Mt. Bachelor with his signature style and interesting tricks. While there, Magoon met up with Lane Knaack, Luke Haddock, Niko Cioffi, Jacob Krugmire, Johnny O'Connor, Jonah Owen, Zak Hale, Ethan Deiss, Riley Nckerson, Spencer Schubert, and Tommy Gesme.
Ethan Morgan and Mario Kapelli set out to find a street spot to film on, but ended up competing in a bodysurfing contest. This seems like a good idea.
Though the music is questionable in this ThirtyTwo Spot Check, the riding is definitely not. Spencer Schubert, Brandon Hobush, and Dylan Alito shred face at Mammoth Mountain during Grenade Games 9.
Emil Ulsletten switch backside triple cork 1440 and cab triple 1260 .
North Carolina's Brackish Snowboarding is proud to add Ryan Finder & Reilly Tardiff to it's amateur team.
The epic riding continues at Superpark 17 presented by Gatorade with riders stacking clips during Day 4 at Mt. Bachelor. Ozzy Henning, Jake Olson-Elm, Lucas Magoon, Dylan Thompson, Spencer Schubert, and more were crushing the Woodward plaza, while Scott Vine, Zac Marben, Seth Hill, Nick Poohachoff and tons of others held it down on the jumps. Riders have been taking full advantage of all of the features built by Woodward, Loon, Bachelor, and Seven Springs and the results has been insane. Check out the video and stay tuned for more from the final day of Superpark 17 by following @snowboardermag and #Superpark17 on Instagram and Vine and going to www.snowboardermag.com.
Wednesday may be Hump Day, but here at Mt. Bachelor, the riders of Superpark 17 presented by Gatorade weren't dragging their heels at all on Day 3. The Woodward rail feature continued to have new lines exposed by snowboarding's most talented jibbers, and the plethora of transition options built by Woodward, Loon Mountain, Seven Springs, and Mt. Bachelor saw plenty of epic action. Superpark 17: The Webcast went down on Seven Springs's massive channel hip. Austen Sweetin, Hans and Nils Mindnich, Dylan Alito, Kim-Rune Hansen, Sam Taxwood, Annie Boulanger, and more were hucking themselves over the gap. Roope Tonteri stomped the double back rodeo right after the webcast ended, but luckily we have the footage in the Day 3 video. Check it out and log onto www.snowboardermag.com at 1:30pm - 4:30pm to watch the last Superpark 17 webcast on the Woodward jib plaza.
Day 2 at Superpark 17 presented by Gatorade was one for the books. For the first time ever, Superpark was broadcast live via Superpark 17: The Webcast, which showcased thirty of the best jumpers in a heavy session on Loon's 70-footer. A barrage of double corks, double lines, and shirtless Lick the Cat guys soared over the jump under Oregon's blue skies. Woodward's jib feature opened on Day 2, also, providing a myriad of jib options for the rail heavies. Check out the video for the action and tune in at 1:30pm - 4:30pm PST for today's webcast, direct from Seven Springs' massive channel hip.
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