It has always be hard justifying a snowboard trip to the East coast over one to the North West, Tahoe, of Rockies up until this year. With a majority of the nations snow landing in New England, could there be a gradual trend to road trip or even move out East? A park settled into south central Vermont would give anyone reason enough to visit, hell, even move Vermont for the season. That park is Mount Snow’s Carinthia Parks.
Check out the C Sessions ninth edit for the fifth season running. Want to take some Vermont pride home? Check out Burton Snowboards HERE.
Featuring: Rory Bruder, Levi Gunzburg, Max Lyons, Kyle Wager, Emma Graham, Shaun Murphy, Casey Willax, and Kevin Raksnis
Filmed & Edited: Dylan Demers
Song: “Rock & Roll Hoochie Koo” – Rick Derringer
Todd Kirby left a little nugget in his Yobeat Hump Day interview that an Impaler powder edit was going to be dropping this fall. Christmas came early and Impaler just released it. These clips gather throughout the season in Montana may be the only domestic pow footage that is worth watching. What’s next on the crew’s agenda? Rumor has it that Japan maybe in the crosshairs. Whatever happens, we garrantee that it’s going to be nothing short of amazing. Stay tuned.
Riders: Kyle Miller, Kael Martin, Shane Stalling, Micah Hoogeveen, and Todd Kirby
Filmed and Edit: Burt Spurr
When winter hits most people put their down hill bikes away and pull out their fat bikes. Luda May had other ideas for his bike and grabbed Nico Faluet to shoot in Verbier, Switzerland. Although it looks cold, it also looks pretty cool. Jump to 0:50 to see the action.
Getting the Yawgoons out of the valley might be easier than expected. Teaming up with Capita‘s Scotty Stevens and Johnny O’Connor at Copper Mountain for some warm spring laps is always a good idea. Take a peek, get inspired, and wait until next season to try it.
Film and Edit: Dr. B
Music: Psycho Killer by the Talking Heads
The Interior Plain Project is excited to Welcome Erik and Jon to the squad. They bring style shaped on the slopes of the Midwest and transplanted to the terrain of Mt. Hood and Wasatch Mountains. Unquietly similar and different, these brothers each offer their own hard-charging style and presence on snow as well as off.