Volcom knew that when the sixth PBRJ stop at Trollhaugen got scheduled that history was going to go down. Over the last decade Volcom has been ran the PBRJ contest, but none have held the weight that Trollhaugen did. With hammer after hammer being thrown throughout each group and select feature, only a few stood on top. Huge props to the Trollhaugen Park Crew, Volcom, and all the riders who showed in the -10° temp.
15 & Under Division:
1st: Nick Irwin
2nd: Brandon Kirkland
3rd: Gabe Gilbertson
4th: Andam Kaye
5th: Trent Bosak
16 – 21 Division:
1st: Eli Lamm
2nd: Cole DiMeglio
3rd: Garrett McKenzie
4th: Emit Salokar
5th: Grady Tank
Yawgoon Marcus Rand’s recent trip to Trollhaugen sure was worth it. There’s been a countless number of Troll edits that have surfaced over the last five years and this may be the heaviest. We full support #turntrollhaugenpro
As they say, cigarettes can kill you, but you can pretty much die doing anything though. Strange Brew spent a majority of their time on the road last year shooting for their Serious Delirium film project. Here’s a look into what Nate Blomquist, Jake Braseth, and Tommy Gesme put down.
Music: Yungmilkcrate Film: Danny Kern, Colton Feldman, and Nate Blomquist Edit: Danny Kern Graphics: Keenan Cawley
RIDE Snowboards welcomes their newest additions to the Global Am Team with footage from the likes of two gingers, Derrek Lever and Dan Liedahl, shotgun extraordinaire Spencer Schubert, the Littlest Wizard, Alex Sherman, and the most recent addition to family and chocolate milk connoisseur, Dillon Ojo. Though entirely goofy in stance and personality, these guys turn it on in front of the camera and have the footage to prove it. Sit back, put on some sunscreen, cast a spell, shotgun some chocolate milk and enjoy.
Edit by: Rob Balding
Footage provided by: Trent Ludwig/Snowboarder Mag, Jacob Durham, Colton Feldman/ Videograss, Tommy Little, Tanner Pendleton, Cody Rosenthal, Eli Olson
This is Sebastian Ross’ tribute to his home country of Canada and it’s truely beautiful landscapes. From Tofino to Dinosaur Provincial Park, Sebastian pursued a dream, living off the grid for 6 weeks with only one quest in mind. With his dirtbag van, he traveled through the West coast, trying to capture a tiny bit of our natural wonders under the best light possible. Most of those images have required a lots of driving hours, hiking, waiting and wilderness camping…but that’s all the fun stuff, eh!