Friday May 11 was arguably one of the craziest days of snowboarding ever. Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 16 presented by Gatorade saw an insane level of progression go down, from a backside triple cork from Sebastien Toutant as well as a frontside triple cork from Mark Hoyt, to Cody Rosenthall’s bs 360 double methods, Josh Dirksen’s banked slalom runs, to even certain riders literally trying to burn the park down, day 5 had it all! Check out riding from Seb Toots, Josh Dirksen, Mark Hoyt, Harrison Gordon, Haldor Helgason, Peetu Piironien, and many many more.
The Loon crew not only built one of the biggest jumps at Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 16 presented by Gatorade, they also arranged by far the earliest shoot. The brothers Mindnich along with Sam Taxwood, Nils Arvidsson, Sebastien Toutant, Seth Hill and Scotty Vine all ventured up to the mountain at 5am to take part in a crazy sunrise shoot. Mix in some hip and wall ride action and you have yourself Superpark’s Day 4 video
Things have been getting a little trippy up on Mt. Bachelor at Superpark 16 presented by Gatorade. The riding level on day 3 was crazy and it seemed like just about every pro was going upside down twice. Watch the edit for video proof as well as a blast from the past with riders like Dale Rehberg, Wes Makepeace and Matt Donahue while they share the snow with current legends Danny Kass and Romain DeMarchi. Then there is the emerging crop of senders who are delivering with every lap of the Superpark 16 setup.
Superpark 16 presented by Gatorade at Mt. Bachelor is on it’s way to being one of the best in Superpark history. This video from day 2 is proof of that, with heavy sessions on the Seven Springs features, the hip, and a sunset shoot. Riders are hungry this year.
The wait is over! Invited pro riders from around the world have invaded Mt. Bachelor for Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 16 the weather is fantastic and shit is going down left and right. Here is a look on what happened on day 1 as the riders got their first look at Superpark and “warmed up” on the jumps.
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