LINE’s Traveling Circus starts it’s unparalleled 7th season off with a bang in Part 2 of “Everybody Loves Ramen.” The highly anticipated conclusion of “Everybody Loves Ramen Part 1″ solidifies Traveling Circus as the world’s longest freestyle skiing web series. The crew’s second trip to Japan sees them enjoy the glow stick nightlife of an Anime Party, the tasty treats and strange oddities of local fish markets, restaurants, and vending machines, numerous ski resorts, and tons of funky skiing. GFunk and the TC Crew send their soulful and inventive style into the creative stratosphere. Watch the adventure and prepare yourself to get weird!
Tahoe’s Strange Brew embarked on a cross country adventure and released short Strange Tapes edits throughout the season. After stacking more footage than thought possible, ring leader Danny Kern, started on a new journey of organizing, naming, and editing the clips into Serious Delirium.
Strange Brew’s Serious Delirium teaser won’t disappoint, and neither will the full feature.
Put this on a stick! House riders just screwin’ around for the awe-struck fans at the great MN get together. Just some leftover video from this summer, but should keep you stoked through winter. Even during warm ups these boys are better than most! Keep practicing young folks!
The House team and friends have always been huge fans of Trollhaugen, and this is cutting room floor footage from one of the resort shoots that we had last season – it’s always great finding lost footage. We’ll be back for more this season. Enjoy.
Introducing Burton Presents, a nine part web series showcasing Burton’s top riders. Watch Mikey Rencz riding with Jussi Oksanen, Jeremy Jones alongside Mikkel Bang, Mark Sollors with Alek Oestreng, Kelly Clark with Enni Rukajärvi and Chloe Kim, and Zak Hale trading hits with Ethan Deiss. Mark McMorris and Kimmy Fasani will be featured in individual parts, and the series will also include an exclusive look into Danny Davis’ Peace Park. Burton Snowboards will be dropping videos every two weeks starting September 16, 2014.
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