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.
For 2014 The Interior Plain Project launched the Antique Futuristic Collection, a step above and beyond what they introduced into the market last year with the Dark Meadows Collection. With some of the best graphics that have hit the 2014 season across every board company, a great team, and bombproof gear designed by thrasher to be thrashed hard, you know that The Interior Plain Project is the real deal.
The Harrow was cultivated from the idea that press and pop can exist in one board. This concept is delivered through our uniquely profiled core and blended Triax glass which help give you pop from edge to edge as well as that snap we all love in the nose and tail. Laying carbon stringers helps to ensure a season of proper pop while adding a little pop to your own energy. Minimalist camber allows the press to be locked in easier and at the same time allows you to edge your board like you know you should. The board is finished off with a sintered base structure that will maintain the speed needed to launch those “out of the way” gaps you stare at from the lifts or from the car as you roll down the street.
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You’re looking at a sneak peak of the Rosa Khutor Resort 2014 Winter Olympics Sochi, Russia Boardercross (Skicross or whatever) Course. For some reason the discipline is called a few different things; Boardercross, Snowboard Cross, SBX, Skicross, Ski Cross, or SX are a few of the names but they all mean the same thingbut the names mean the same thing, carnage. That’s why, for the remainder of this blog post, the discipline will be written as Carnage Cross.
Carnage Cross is pretty simple, the fastest person down the course wins. It’s skiers vs skiers and snowboards vs snowboarders, but before the athletes race against each other they have to go through an elimination process. Carnage Cross racers do a time trial to be placed into seeded brackets. In Ski Carnage Cross 4 skiers battle head to head, for Snowboard Carnage Cross 6 snowboarders battle head to head until the brackets are closed and there is a final winner.
Okay okay Carnage Cross sounds weird, back to the normal names. The 2014 Sochi Olympic Boardercross / Skicross Course consists of step downs, table tops, berms, rollers, step ups, and shark pits and is roughly 1,250 meters long, that’s 4,101.05 feet, almost a mile! After you’re done watching Skeleton make sure to watch Boardercross, it never disappoints.
If you plan to compete in a Boardercross event this year I highly suggest wearing a helmet. Check them out HERE.
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