Mastered By None.
A few weeks back it was colder than a polar bear’s toenails out there. The Think Thank Methods of Prediction crew was stuck in the midwest amidst a mass of arctic air (called an “Arctic Air Mass”, weirdly enough). The only way they could stay warm was to snowboard. It was a snowboard or die situation. Suffice it to say, they survived. Here is the footage.
Starring: Ryan Paul, Desiree Melencon, Ted Borland, Mitch Richmond, Frederik Perry, Sammy Spiteri, Nial Romanek and the man, the myth, the legend Paul Heran.
If you’re not smiling throughout the entire Yawgoons 14 edit there is something wrong with you.
Riders: Dylan Gamache, Marcus Rand, Brian Skorupski, Jordan Small, Alex Andrews, Mike Rav, and Seth Huot
Filming/Editing: Dr. Brendan
Additional Filming: Marcus Rand, Brian Skorupski, Brent McCarron
Song: Crazy on You by Heart
Did you see all of those Capita boards? Yeah, you can get them HERE.
The team takes the field once again for another inning of play in Sugarbush Parks. Seasoned Parks’ players, such as Matt De Vito, Luke Haddock, Lily Calabrese, and Nate Dugan, came through in classic form, spinning and sliding around the park.
Pinch presser, Danyale Patterson, made her presence felt with some tricks many had deemed “too hard”. However inning standouts, Kalyi Hendricks, Kyle Kennedy, and Mike Skiba (aka The Troll Babies), proved that they don’t need to be lapping a rope tow in order to establish dominance.
With record snowfalls this winter, there is plenty of snow for the Bush League to keep going strong into the months of Spring riding.
Moving swiftly into the a subculture spotlight from the assistance of the Vice Sports’ “The Most Badass Women in Snowboarding”, the women of Too Hard have actually been pushing limits and gaining their stripes for longer than they get credit for. The newest installment Talk $$$$ick is a fresh new twist on edits across snowboarding that are too routine. It’s good to see Danyale Patterson, Fancy Rutherford, Madison Blackley, Jill Perkins, Corinne Pasela, and Kaylie Hendricks push it.
1 (800) 409-SNOW