The House Crew @ Afton Alps

It’s always great to see a handful of our team riders and close friends riding together.  With Afton Alps stepping up their game with the assistance of SPT we decided to thrash what they had to offer; it turns out that everyone had a blast shooting this one day edit.

Riders: Riders: Hunter Murphy, Walker Murphy, Justine Pinkerton, Todd Kirby, Mitch Kirby, Ryan Paul, Brennen Swanson, and Tyler Anderson.

 

Keep It Secret Keep It Safe – Teaser

Keep It Secret Keep It Safe is going to blow minds.  How do I know that?  We’ll, because this teaser rips.  There’s a new generation of riders emerging out of the wood work and it’s everyone in this video. Good job guys.

Featuring: Kyle Kennedy, Calvin Green, Dane Byron, Eric Dommeyer, Kayli Hendricks, Tony Daniel Wagner, Logan Herber, Grady Tank, Tony Reamer, Mike Skiba, Sam Schligen and friends.

Filmed primarily by: David Murphy, Eric Dommeyer, Tony Daniel Wagner and David Powell.

Edited by Tony Daniel Wagner.

Arbor Snowboards – Parallel Super Parking

Arbor Snowboards LogoArbor Snowboard‘s heavy hitters showed up to Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 18 with one thing in mind; dominate.  With an arsenal of riders like Scotty Vine, Brandon Hammid, Curtis Woodman, Sammy Spiteri, Sean Whitaker, Yuma Abe, and Erik Leon riding Mt. Hood you know the tape is going to be great.

The snow season just wrapped up but don’t worry, Arbor makes longboards too.  Check them out HERE.

 

Extreme Pogo Stick – COOLIGANS / Xpogo Films

Even after watching this video 3 times my thoughts about pogo sticking are relatively the same, it’s pretty weird. From the looks of the edit, the Cooligans take pogo sticking very seriously. Imagine the countless number of hours it took to learn those tricks.

On another note what do the Cooligans say to each other when they want to pogo stick? Go stick? Go sticking? I’m at a loss here.

If you happen to enjoy sticking make sure to wear a HELMET.

Eli Lamm – Park Edit 2013-2014

Eli Lamm dropped a great early season edit that was bonkers and now he drops his park season ender and my mind is blown.  It’s great to see a park edit with more than just rails coming out of Minnesota.   Good job Eli, it’ll be great to see what comes next from you.

If you missed Eli’s 2013 Early Season Edit check it our HERE.