Crossing the threshold between freesking and nordic skiing is a handful of Norwigian winter sport enthusiasts. With what looks to be one of the best Freestyle Cross Country Skiing edits around these lads do more than tricks at Tryvann’s Vinterpark in Oslo, Norway; they break down barriers on what’s possible on nordic skis. When will the first nordic ski race be finished on alpine skis?
Riders: Hardal Astrup Arnesen, Kristian Aalerud, Eirik Bruland, Ferdinand Aagenes, Nikolai Arnesen, Thomas Berge Foyn
Film/Edit: Kristian Aalerud
1989 brought a revolution: “(All quiet on) the Western Front” was the first movie by Fall Line Films Productions, and Noah Salasnek, Dave Seoane, and Chris Roach with their day-glo gear and rad, skateboard-inspired moves started a new freestyle movement. This VHS featured everything that makes snowboarding movies so great: innovative tricks, heavy beats, and it made you want to go shred! This video changed some lives, just like the following Fall Line flicks did, “Snowboarders in Exile” (1990) or “Riders on the storm” (1992).
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-Words by FLF Films
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
The last of Pat Fenelon’s I Ride Park City episodes has finally arrive. After banging out mashers all season this 10th episode highlights Sam Taxwood, Ben Bilodeau, Alex Sherman, Harrison Gordon, and Ozzy Henning.
Just because you can doesn’t necessarily mean you should. Some riders like to “keep it real” and other’s push progression. Where do you think snowboarding should go?
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