Brady Lem is from Minnesota. Brady Lem rides for Burton Snowboards. Brady Lem is a good snowboarder. Brady Lem wants you to watch him get rad at Windells, High Cascade, and Woodward Tahoe.
Film: Cole Taylor, Tyler Maylay, Alexandra Erickson, Ian Macy, Paul Heran, Danny Kern
Edit: Danny Kern
Music: Edith Piaf – Je Ne Regrette Rien
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – CRJ: The Chronicle Of A Freeskiing Icon debuted to the world at CR’s beloved Squaw Valley Resort in Olympic Valley, CA on Saturday 14 September 2013 to an excited crowd of more than 500 people including CR’s family. Since it’s debut at Squaw the film has premiered in Salt Lake City, Fort Collins, Seattle, Boston, Munich, Park City, Sydney and The Inspired Media Internet Release Party broadcasted live from Panama with all proceeds benefitting the CR Johnson Healing Center for a combined total views of over 10,000.
Check out all of the 4FRNT Skis HERE » 4FRNT Skis Read More
Mitch Kirby is a rider out of Minnesota that somehow finds the time to study Astro Physics, Chemical Engineering, or something like that at Michigan Technological University, and stack clips. This is Mitch’s full part out of the a flick called Bridge House shot and edited by Ian Drher with additional footage from Johnny Huege, Nate Blomquist, Eli Weiner, Alex Colorito, and Chase Cain.
Mitch pretty much rocks all K2 hardgood; you can check them out HERE.
I’m not really sure who Kayli Hendricks is, but I’m pretty sure I’m stoked I found this edit. Kayli thrashes Trollhaugen and it looks like she’s going places. Peep her 2012-2013 edit above that was shot by David Powell, David Murphy, David Sutton, and Tony Wagner. (She must like Davids)
Is that a proper Front-Board or what? Yep.
After Airblaster’s first installment of Gone Wild – Montana Part 1 at Lost Trail Resort, Ben Lynch, Time Eddy, and Tucker Andrews decided to headed over to Snow Bowl, Bridger Bowl, and Moonlight Basin to shoot Gone Wild Part Two. If you want to see what snowboarding is all about, you can find it in the short edit above.
For Airblaster gear, check out the link HERE.
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