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Posts Tagged ‘ride snowboards’


Straight from Ride Snowboards, here is Seb’s Backside 1440 Triple Cork. A little late spring fun in the snow with some incredible tricks.

 

K2 Snowboards brings us “A quick edit from Kyle Miller snowboarding from earlier today at Alpine Meadows. Kyle says ‘A good morning of pow at Alpine Meadows, good start to the big storm ahead.’”

Are you getting in some last minute runs this season? Let us know! Where’s your favorite spot?

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Check out Episode 3 of Sebis’ Different Direction from Ride Snowboards.  The powder is insane!  Enjoy the last of the season before it’s too late.  Get your gear at Ski Pro today.

 

Check out Ride Snowboards Ride with Us web series.  In this episode, “Big Sky Country”  the boys get some good ‘ol fashioned riding in.

With not much going on in the Northwest the RWU crew jumped in the car and drove East to Cook City, MT to meet up with Todd Kirby and friends. Soon upon arrival in “kook city” came large volumes of snow! After about 5 hours there were already 7-8 inches on the ground, so we headed up the hill and built 2 jumps to have them ready when the weather cleared. Once the jumps where built we just explored the area and kept going back to the jumps to make sure no one high marked the landing. Well luckily enough at the same exact time that the sun came out, 2 snowboarders and a sledneck put tracks in both of the jump landings, subsequently ending the trip… When we got home we decided it would be best just to board in our backyard, “Ski Acres”.

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The Ride Snowboard crew took the slopes of Mt. Baker, Canada in this 4th Episode of Ride with Us. Check out the footage!

 

Last year Norwegian snowboarder Torstein Horgmo uncorked the first-ever triple backflip spinning trick to earn gold in Winter X’s Big Air. This year, Horgmo again unleashed the sketchy triple cork — backside even, with 1440 degrees of spin — and scored a perfect 50 points. Oh we love the X-Games.

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Check out a compilation of some of 2011′s most incredible footage from boarders tearing up everything from city rails to avalanche prone backcountry. Insane tricks, crazy jumps, amazing runs, unbelievable landings and epic wipeouts; it’s all here. Don’t take our word for it, you have to see it to believe it.

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Need to indulge in a little snow? A few riders take on powder heaven in Vail’s glorious backcountry.

Choking on snow in the Vail backcountry and East Vail Chutes. Hitting deep pow, fun rocks, cliffs, and face shots! Riders include Forrest Kleinman, Jonny Kohl, Jordan Kleinman, Sam Blethen, Matt Ensminger.

The best shots are at the end. Get your GoPro gear and the hottest winter equipment at SkiPro today.

 

Growing up riding rails in Minnesota and Wisconsin really paid off for Ethan Deiss in his first Snow Porn. This isn’t a game but if it were, this would be a YAHTZEE!

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Wow. Go Pro’s HD Hero is amazing in itself, but if you were impressed before, think again. The Go Pro HD Hero2 is 2x as powerful in every way. Not convinced? Check out this amazing clip showcasing the HD Hero2.

Oh yeah.

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy a little “California Soul” with Ride Snowboards 2nd Episode of Ride With Us. The boys take on the California and Oregon Mountains and have a little fun along the way.

Winter officially started just last week which mean the best part of the ski and snowboard season is still ahead of us. Get the latest and hottest gear at Ski Pro today.

 

Need last minute holiday gifts? Forget pushing through crowds, trying to find parking, and grumpy sales clerks. Ski Pro has the hottest gear from water to the mountain, swimming to snowboarding. Come by one of our three locations (Mesa, Phoenix, or Chandler) or shop online!

 

Get your Go Pro at Ski Pro. These incredible cameras allow you to capture the action from a front row seat, and that is truly insane. Check it out for yourself in this Go Pro snowboarding video.

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ESPN’s Action Sports gives us the top ten reasons to rock the mountain during the holiday.

1. Resorts are empty on Dec. 25
Sure, there are crowds at ski resorts during the holidays. But Christmas day? Totally empty. While everyone’s busy unwrapping gifts and eating fruit cake, you’ll have the mountain to yourself.

2. Backcountry is always empty
And when it does get crowded (from Dec. 26 to Dec. 31), sign up for a guided backcountry tour (many resorts and local outfitters offer this type of thing) or a day of cat-skiing, like at Crested Butte, Colorado.

3. There’s powder somewhere
It’s been a slow start to winter at a lot of resorts, but some ski areas have received over 100 inches of snowfall already, including Colorado’s Wolf Creek, Washington’s Crystal Mountain, and Alaska’s Alyeska.

4. Dress like Santa, ski for free
On Dec. 17, the first 75 people who show up at Whistler’s Garibaldi Lift Company in full Santa attire get a free lift ticket. Utah’s Canyons, Vermont’s Bolton Valley and Maine’s Sunday River offer similar Santa skis free days.

5. And other non-Santa discounts
Mt. Bachelor, Ore., is offering a $99 three-day lift ticket — which can be used during the holidays, which are usually blackout days for discount tickets. The fine print is you have to buy the ticket by Dec. 12.

6. Travel is easier than you think
If your excuse for not going skiing during the holidays is “It’s too hard to get there,” then hear this: Nonstop flights arrive in Jackson, Wyo., daily from six major cities, including L.A., Chicago, and Atlanta.

7. Après-ski New Year’s Eve parties
New Year’s Eve parties are always more fun in ski towns. Check out the party at the Wobbly Barn at Killington, Vt., the torchlight parade and fireworks at Steamboat, Colo., or anywhere in South Lake Tahoe.

8. And loads of other events
Sunday River, Maine, might have the most stacked holiday event schedule we’ve ever seen: rail jams, concerts, comedians and fire dancers, pub quizzes, fireworks and more. And even a ski-for-free lodging deal during the holidays.

9. Some resorts have just opened
If you’re worried that you’ve missed all the freshness from opening day, fear not. Some resorts are just getting started: Montana’s Moonlight Basin, California’s Alpine Meadows, and Nevada’s Mount Rose have just opened for the season this week.

10. Post-shredding shopping
Holiday shopping? Yep, resort towns can definitely handle that, too. Assuming you’re OK with gifting antler chandeliers and fur-lined coats. Best shopping: Park City, Utah, Aspen, Colo., Stowe, Vt.

 

Lindsey Vonn took home her 5th World Cup of the season on her adopted home soil in Beaver Creek. This amazing win was the 4th in a row that she has taken home; a new US record. Vonn’s World Cup win at the Super-G in Colorado is number 46 in her career, tying her with Austria’s Renate Goetschl for third on the career list.

Lindsey even joined in the “Tebowing” craze in respect for Denver Broncos quarterback, Tim Tebow, as she dropped down on a knee and struck a prayer pose after the race.

Despite personal drama (a recent divorce from Thomas Vonn), Lindsey Vonn is determined to take on the mountain, and we are quite certain she is doing just that.

 

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