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  1. My passion for the edge has followed me almost my whole life and it took me to a lot of places and helped me meet a lot of good people (in real life and online). I am grateful for the journey so far and I hope it will continue in the same fashion for years to come. Here is my latest clip. I hope you enjoy it! I always appreciate a good feedback. I haven‘t been very active here lately, but I am always ready to exchange some ideas or give some advice. Just contact me via Facebook or Instagram. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WevV_8EvYso&t=14s
    29 points
  2. Probably for me to be accurate. 14 months after my injury and a half year after cancer surgery I hit slopes at Soda Spring resort where I took my first snowboard lesson decades ago. I started on the absolutely easiest beginners slope and slowly worked up to the “steepest” slope on the picture. Of course my legs were like noodles and people around scared me. It will not be like before I will just carefully slide the hills but just to be outside on the snow was like small miracle. Ladia my old log in just dos not work
    26 points
  3. This is pretty much my only trick. The crowds love it and not many people can do it, but it's not that hard to learn and it's not dangerous. These are my best tips, give it a try. As long as you end up on your feet it looks cool. What the heck else are you gonna do with all that kinetic energy at the end of your run? Don't waste it on a skid stop, you came out to make turns right? There are at least a few variations to the carved 360, I classify them according the shape of the track they make (the perfect circle, the spiral, the teardrop...). More on those below, what's described here first is the toeside spiral. 1. Head check: I said it's not dangerous, but that presumes there's no one behind you... That moment as you're coming around and traveling back uphill straight at that oblivious oncoming skier will make you question some very recent life choices... Head check both sides before you start, abort if your zone isn't clear. 2. Equipment Any hard boot setup will work, soft flexing boards are better, soft tails are best. It'll work with the same technique in soft boots; a wide board with no overhang is best though I have seen it done in somewhat decent style with stock setups. 3. Terrain choice Flat and wide is the easiest place to learn. Funner if there's a natural bowl shape or quarter pipe, but harder too since you have to constantly adjust your position for the rapidly changing fall line. When you choose a feature, try to approach such that you reach the highest point before you've carved 180 degrees so that you can start gaining speed again. 4. Approach Start with a lot of speed. Initiate your turn wide and gentle so that you can keep almost all your momentum through the first 90 degrees. I tend to start in a bit of a tuck and just tip the board over a little to start. Any chatter or skid through the initiation will slow you down too much to finish in good style. Minimize the snow displacement by carving wide and shallow to start. Keep your weight balanced over both feet rather than forward as you might initiate a tighter turn on steeper terrain. 5. 90 to 180 Degrees Put your hand down, carve deep, tighten up the turn radius and start shifting your weight back. Extend as normal through this part of the turn, but get your weight mostly on the back foot. Like way back; the front of the board should start popping up out the snow by 180 degrees. It might help to put your front hand on your front knee, extend that front arm and hang off the knee to lean far back. This is key. The further back you can get your weight, the tighter your turn radius and the more likely you can get all the way around before you stall. 6. 180 to 270 Degrees Here is the other key technique. Past 180 you're going to be slowing down a lot. You need to maintain momentum and at the same time start standing back up from the deep carve. Do this by pulling your dragging back hand through the snow toward your back toes. This hand serves simultaneously as a moving pivot point to tighten up the carve and as a crutch to help you stand back up. When I look back on my tracks, I can see that the mitten usually touches down early but lightly, gets farther away from my board track (and deeper) as I extend by body up to 180 degrees and then starts to come back closer again. Where the mitten track ends, it's about 20 inches away from the board track - very close to my back toes. Use the back hand like a rudder or an outrigger, as you might use a kayak paddle to turn tight: you're gonna stick it out behind you to the side and then pull it toward the back of the boat/board while leaning back and to the inside of the turn onto and toward the blade/mitten. 7. The Finish Once you get to 270, even if you're stalled, you should be able to regain your feet by pushing off the back hand. If you can come out standing up, look around for the dropped jaws. If you can come out with some momentum and ride past the gawkers you get extra points for the snub. If your board is soft enough to tail spin and you still have a little momentum left, try the 720 flourish. @dredman was the first person I ever saw do this finish (at ATC 2014 I think, whichever was the last one). I was gobsmacked, and immediately began attempting to replicate this fantastic style. (I will forever be trying to keep up with The Dredman...) 8. The Perfect Circle Pretty sure it was @John Gilmour who used to put down five perfect circles arranged like the Olympic rings. That was my original inspiration for the carved 360 (circa 2009) and led to many failed attempts. This variation has a similar initiation, but you'll stay centered on the board and balanced over your edge without dragging your hand or leaning back. As you lose speed toward 270 degrees, find yourself in a position with your knees pointed down toward the snow, your body erect and upright and your board high up on edge. Balance there as long as you can and let the board keep turning. You'll need at least some momentum at 270 to complete the perfect circle, it helps to carve very smoothly with minimal snow displacement. This one is among the harder variations, but it's also the least fun and the least cool looking (unless you do five and describe the Olympic rings of course). 9. The Teardrop This is the track shape that results when you don't have your weight back far enough to match the stiffness and length of your board's tail. I have some pretty stiff boards and some of them would just stop turning as the speed dropped. With practice I learned that I just had to shift my weight even further back on these boards. This is where I start pulling on the front knee to lift that foot and get my center of gravity way back over the tail. 10. The Allez-Oop This one also leaves a teardrop-shaped track, but it's intentional. Usually performed on a little quarter pipe or side hill type feature, you ride out with speed and look very cool. I like to do these where a traversing cat track intersects a fall line run. This one feels great too, like Tony Hawk's Loop of Death only without the death. You should be more aggressive on the initiation, if you go wide you might end up traveling too far uphill and stalling out. So start by leaning more forward and turning tighter. Try to be at your maximum height by about 180 degrees with your weight back and hopefully enough momentum to keep you going until gravity picks you up again. If you're a bit slow, use your backhand like a fixed rigid pivot point. Straighten it out and put a lot of weight on it; keep your body stiff like a one armed yoga plank and kick your board forward. This should feel like more of a hand plant than a hand drag, even though your hand may still be moving. You can kind of fake this one because you have the advantage of the terrain. Sticking out the straight arm and leaning on it usually works to keep me turning through the stall. It feels like cheating but it's cooler than a face plant when I'm out of speed. So don't give up if you stall when your board is perpendicular to the fall line and your head is pointing downhill, stay strong with a lot of core tension and lean hard on that straight arm; a little forward kick and gravity should do the rest. 11. The Backside Harder, more awkward and less cool-feeling, but sometimes the terrain just screams out for a backside three! Same principles: start wide and centered, stay smooth and shift your weight back through the turn, but this time you'll bring your front hand to your front heel to stand back up. Hard to stand back up on the heelside but it can be done with practice. If you have enough underhang on your setup, your board will continue carving a surprising distance while you're sitting on your butt too. So you finish up sitting, but it still looks and feels cool. The backside 360 also affords a great opportunity for the backspin turtle finish if you're into breakdancing... So this is what I've figured out through many winters of trial and error, plus video and track analysis. I hope it speeds you through the learning curve for this trick. It's always hard to put into words what is only known to muscle memory so by all means add your own descriptions and experiences. Different descriptions will resonate with and make sense to different people. Even with all the beta, it's gonna take a few tries. I hope to see more of you guys doing this trick at MCC 2022, and adding your own unique style and flourish. I've added a slow motion video for the visual learners. Note how the front of the board pops out of the snow through the second half of the first 360. That tells you how much I'm leaning back. Watch carefully too the moment when my dragging hand comes off the snow. See how some snow is thrown toward the front of the board? That will give you an idea how hard I'm pulling on that back hand to regain my feet, and which direction the force is applied. Ignore the edge catch face plant, I don't know who left that pile of snow there...
    21 points
  4. Today we confirmed that a Warren Miller film crew will be at this years Montucky Clear CUT. They will be filming Tuesday - Thursday. I was concerned about how they have portrayed some of the fringe segments of winter sports in the 80’s and early 90’s. I was assured that they were on board with promoting our support work for Turner Mountain, the community of Libby and our sport of carving. We are really excited for this opportunity to showcase alpine carving on national media.
    20 points
  5. Filmed by @Jcar Edit by Anna K https://youtu.be/bIa87Gcm1Aw
    19 points
  6. Ask for hip dragging and you'll receive hip dragging
    17 points
  7. A video from Mr. Donek Sean Martin.
    17 points
  8. With the help of @west carven we shot this video the other day. @johnasmo of course is featured looking and sounding amazing.
    16 points
  9. Most awesome comment ever from a Lovey Lifty as he scanned the last of the dozen or so of us in: " You guys are a bunch of Samurai warriors slicing up the slopes on your Katana swords". Hard to believe, but that comment left me speechless. Mario
    15 points
  10. Got another one for ya. I'll apologize in advance for all my videos being cell phone footage. Conditions were variable, it was cold, light was off, and it was so much freaking fun. I sleep soundly at night knowing all my friends shred.
    15 points
  11. Well, today it is exactly one year since my accident and 4 months since cancer surgery. Knock on the wood. My eye situation is still the same. 3&4 cranium nerves are permanently damaged. So only hope for some kind of improvement is eye surgery. Appointment with surgeon next week. Upper right side of the body is still very painful I am not even sure if it is still from that shoulder. But I still not give up. I bought new body armor, new FIS approved helmet it is heavy and no any vents and also orange Visually Impaired bib. Yes like this stop some 70 years idiot. I just need neck brace. I would like to try some bunny hill sliding probably Soda Springs later in the winter. So have everybody somehow decent season in this miserable time. We are probably finally getting some snow here on the West coast. And be very careful.Remember slopes are full of idiots. I just can’t log in with my name. Jack tried to do something with it but it worked once, twice. Maybe it some sign start under new name, new boarding stage? Who knows.
    14 points
  12. Just a taste of the event. Carver Bowlby and Chester Fox are the Young Guns of Carving. I am excited to see where they take the sport! Also featured is @johnasmo and myself. Shot by @Jcar and edited by Anna K. 2022 Montucky Clear CUT January 31-February 3! https://youtu.be/-JVr7ADKTQs
    13 points
  13. Winterstick demo and MCC raffle board. I will be testing this one out today.
    13 points
  14. 174 Contra with a 21cm waist 165 Contra CBXFR with a 27cm One of them may make an appearance at Stratton this weekend.
    13 points
  15. Just some easy turns on some greens at Vail. The two softbooters are young bucks from Miami up for their first season on the hill. I saw their shiny new Doneks and we took some turns. They are pretty solid for just starting out! Ryan Knapton has quite the pull on the younger crowd for sure.
    13 points
  16. Had a slow night at work so here ya go
    13 points
  17. Mario’s toy board: .... kidding aside, here is one of many many turns: Flying Dragon : Zoom Zoom by 007: Smooooth: New style by J-won: Drive-by “Hi”: sorry slopestar, I didn’t get any footage of you Kyle the new ripper:
    12 points
  18. We have had enough unpleasant ice carving days this year at Spirit Mt, that I decided to ask Bruce if he would make me an ice specific board to see if I can find some carving joy on all ice. Something super damp with extra rubber, a softer flex and, of course, metal. A small-ish scr to keep my speed down, because I don't like going fast on ice, but enough length to smooth out some of the roughness. The ice board cometh yesterday. A super damp, mellow yellow 166 Contra, 20w, 10.5scr. Thanks to @RCrobar and @Technick for letting me use the logo. Rode it today in 2-4" of groomed slush (38°F) over a hard frozen ice base. It was a really fun ride. Nimble turns. I could hear carves reaching the ice, but couldn't feel it. I did not get to compare back-to-back with my XC (which has been my go-to ice or lousy conditions board all season), but I'm hopeful this board may have the right amount of mellow yellowness I seek to make carving ice more tolerable, and possibly pleasant.
    12 points
  19. The crew was there Tuesday - Thursday. They also brought Noah Elliot (Para-Athlete) of Winterstick Snowboards. They worked with many of the group including @monodude! Sounded like they will also be using some of the video shot by Vault Media. Our very own @Jcar shot some amazing GoPro footage for Chris Patterson that will likely be used. @Jcarand Chris know a lot of the same people in the film industry so Jcar got put to work. Working with Jcar was super fun and I think we captured what it is all about. We had 2 young guns at the event, I think they were both 26yo, Chester Fox of Big Sky and Carver Bowley. These two are freaking amazing to watch riding and will breath a breath of fresh air and energy into the sport. Jcar worked with them and that footage was SPECTACULAR!!! Expect to see the results this fall.
    12 points
  20. I've got 14 days on my K168 now. No more excuses to procrastinate. The K168 is a really really really good board. I like it a lot. My Contra 178 12m is a really really really good board too. I like it a lot. How do they compare? Background. I got a used K168 last spring after our Covid shutdown. Got it from @workshop7who I think got it from @MR. JOHN DEERE !(?). As far as I know it's a stock K168. Normal white topsheet, not p-tex topped. I wanted to find out what all the K168 hullabaloo was about. I don't like "race" boards, so I didn't expect to like it, let alone be good enough to ride it. The K168 is a traditional high-camber tight-long-med VSR, but exceptionally well executed. The flex and sidecut seem perfectly balanced for efficient carves. The board stays calm and collected no matter what's happening to it; no unwanted surprises. It's a demanding ride. Not demanding like hard to ride, but demanding like exhausting. You have to ride darn aggressively to keep your speed down. Relax a bit and it will speed you down the fall line. It can take a normal blue run and make you work it like a winch groomed black diamond. That sounds negative, but it's actually delightfully fun! Like riding steeps? Hell yes, and now the whole mountain rides like steeps! WooHoo! I think this is because of the extreme VSR and the relatively high camber. It's a 8-12-10 VSR, so it initiates turns the moment you tilt it. Roll in too slow and it won't let you get low enough to keep it turning tight. Lazy cross-over turns equal unchecked acceleration down the fall line. Quick back-to-back cross-under is the ticket. Just like riding steeps! The Contra, on the other hand, is a shortened VSR nested between longer radii tip and tail. Similar resistance to flex, but starting at a point with lower camber. It offers a different pressure distribution that is trying to optimize for low available friction surfaces (aka ice). A side-effect is that it's slower to initiate turns. That sounds negative, but it's actually delightfully fun if you run steeps all day! Instead of making blues ride like blacks, it makes blacks ride like blues. Lazy cross-over turning on that winch groomed black? No problem. The K168 responds well to traditional weight shifting. Drive the nose to turn tighter, roll back if you want to hold it longer; the usual. With a Contra, the tight bits of the sidecut are closer to your feet. You don't need to shift as much, and it doesn't do as much good if you do. It's all about the tilt; it gives you time to get as low as you want for the turn you want, then lets you stay there as long as you need. In the chalky hardpack we've had here in Whitefish, Montana lately, both have been excellent rides. But all is not bliss with the K168. The width (20.5) and the T4 metal make it a harsher ride when the runs aren't smooth. I can see why people resort to plates, but plates are not my thing. Without a plate, it's relegated to being a morning ride; switching to a narrower T3 Contra once push piles form. The first couple days I rode it, the hill was recovering from a rain event on the lower mountain. Good snow up high, progressively icier as you descended. I got a short glimpse of the K168 ice hold. It was better than I expected for such an extreme VSR, a testament to it being well balanced with the flex, but I could still hold against the fall line further down the mountain on my Contras. Unfortunately for testing, but rather fortunately for riding, those conditions were fleeting. For now I've been riding them back-to-back on high grip hardpack and they are both excellent. I can report more definitely about ice later in the season. If I could only own one, it would be my Contra 178 x 12m by virtue of it being smoother and more comfortable for all day riding. The K168 is great fun when it's good, smooth groom, but not so fun when it's not. The Contra stays comfortable over a wider range of rough snow. The K168 is demanding all the time; the Contra lets you relax and make mistakes with less consequence. I got the K168 because I was curious if it was as good as people say. Knowing the racing heritage of its family tree, I was not expecting to like it as much as I do. I went into this thinking I would flip it after decoding it (even told the wife as much). But I like it a lot; I'm going to keep it.
    12 points
  21. Together we, the AlpineSnowboarder community, have donated over $3200 this year and over $5100 all time to USASA and USSRT combined, through subscriptions, classifieds donations, and merchandise purchases. You are helping to make youth racing possible, you are supporting the US national team, and keeping this weird sport alive! Also, ad revenue has allowed us to directly donate $100 each to USSRT members Robby Burns, Iris Pflum, Cody Winters, and now Lily Janousek. Let's all hope for a great 2021! Thank you!! 2020 USASA National Champion GS & SL Breaker Boys (13-14) Mike Smith (@TVR's son!) training today at Sugarloaf. Lily Janousek, latest recipient of our direct athlete donation, finished 13th in PGS at the FIS Jr. World Championships in Lachtal Austria on December 20.
    12 points
  22. We’ll see how this goes tomorrow. Winterstick Alpine 3D 162... 20cm, 9-11-12m clothoid, 2 layers of titanal, 2 carbon, 2 rubber, ptex top, high camber... thanks for the demo @soccerdoge
    12 points
  23. I met Chris Gochnour the summer of 1975 at a 1/4 pipe in S.L.C. He worked for Winterstick making skateboard decks called Streetstick. He gave me a one page brochure about Wintersticks, I was immediately hooked on trying to learn how to surf snow if I could just get my hands on one of those boards. I had tried learning how to surf in California while awaiting my discharge papers after returning from Vietnam. I started calling the company weekly then 2/3 times a week to see if they had started production. Eventually I would go to the shop and just generally make myself a HUGE pain in the ass, I HAD to have one of those boards! Then in Feb. of 1976 Joel Bingham of Bingham Cyclery became an official Winterstick dealer in Utah. He had a 15 minute video of Dimitrije riding a Swallowtail. We just about wore that video out watching it so many times. Then in mid Feb. I got a phone call from Joel to come by the shop. It seems that Dimitrije had personally driven up from S.L.C to deliver board number 13, the first board to be sold to a customer, all of the other 12 had been sent out to prospective dealers. He told Joel to " sell this board to that a.....e that won't leave us alone and get him off our backs"! There is more to the story about just learning to ride 'sticks but it would take up too much space here. Also the board Regis Roland bought while we were at Les Arcs was my red Swallowtail that Renee Sessions sold to him, she was V.P. of Winterstick. So here I am now 46 years later this Feb. still surfing snow and just as stoked now as when I was harassing Winterstick to just sell me a damn board! Thanks for reading mick thueson Sorry for the thread hijack
    11 points
  24. I know that a high energy impact with a tree is more than likely going to tear my aorta and I will bleed out in a matter of minutes, and my helmet ain't gonna do jack shit. It drives me nuts hearing news reports that the deceased was wearing a helmet, and it didn't save their life. Really? No shit. I don't wear one for that, I wear mine for the myriad of lower and medium energy impacts that I have experienced through the years due to my choices for recreating. I have to wear a hardhat on my jobsites during certain phases of work, one of my least favorite things to do, despite all of the cool stickers on it. It has protected me from a few incidents that could have left me a blubbering tub of goo. I get the personal freedom arguments, and if you're into that shit, then please have your organ donor cards filled out as well as your dnr paperwork to avoid draining resources from the rest of society while keeping your selfish ass alive for the rest of your days on a vent. You cannot legislate stupidity out of existence, but at least you can hope to minimize its impacts. Rant over Mario
    11 points
  25. Got my dad some new skis... Phantom S 172. He loves them! They carve like we do!
    11 points
  26. Coiler Contra KKR 185 14m SCR 19waist KKR is the latest @johnasmodesign... did I mention he is a robot, masterfully constructed by the MAN...Bruce of Coiler Graphics by Anna K who also does all of the MCC graphics, banners, posters, social media and video editing. She is amazing!
    11 points
  27. Just received two new Contras, one for me and one for a friend! Red one is 174x21cm, 12m scr, the Matrix one is a 170x19.5cm 12m scr. Now I only need mother nature to cooperate a little!
    11 points
  28. I have a couple of boards that need to leave my quiver, might be a little beastie, yours for the cost of shipping if’n you’re interested donek 180 secret and jja 174.
    10 points
  29. Well it's for 21/22, but whatever. Arrived today. Like all my porn, it's black on black...
    10 points
  30. Really Phuckin Phun one today So I figured out what the SF stands for on my thirst: Stupid Fun Rode it again this week. Damn it is a fun ride. I think I made like 90 turns down Roulette on one of my runs today. That was rather new, and, frankly, quite exciting. Going to the other extreme next weekend, and breaking out the big Virus in honor of Andre the Giants return to Lovey. Today we had a nice little crew out, in addition to our usual cast of characters, Hil 007, Ice, Ink, Katie, Slopestar, Miss Shelly(showing unprecedented amounts of speed and aggression) and beau Jason, we were joined by Abasin Stalwarts Yasu and Juwanamo and new to the crew Kyle. Riding was off the charts by all involved, but the biggest shoutout goes to Hil, whom continues to embrace her inner freecarver as she gets further away from the race world. Way to bring it acrosst the hill girl, and to be riding a bareback coila to boot! Patience suits you! Again, thanks to all for making our little lovey world as fun as it is, I wish everyday could be as fun as our Sundays Mario
    10 points
  31. Let me join the party. My daughter designs the graphic and I manage to put things together. Snowboard graphic is a bit tricky because one should consider the location of insert and binding which will cover some part of the graphic during riding, as well sidecut. Each graphic takes about a month of my spare time to do it. The rainbow/people is the 1st board. The rabbit/watermelon didn't build. The black & white is the latest one which has arrived last Friday. Take some time to post it on board porn.
    10 points
  32. Catek revival project done. calling them Tribute Bindings (Tenacious D ref intended ) All parts will swap onto OS1 platform. SS cups for adjustments screws so no dimpling issues. 2 set screws to hold the toe bail up. adjustment ring with 2.5 degree increments of adjustment. Sphere nut replaced with Sphere bolt with Nyloc nut to prevent kingpin loosening. binding must be used in conjunction with the Polycarbonate plate which mounts to the board alone and prevents and corrects insert suck. if interested please contact me. Cheers. john
    10 points
  33. Oh babey! Riding you tonight! (An almost brand new 8rw will popup soon in for sale section or pm me if interested )
    10 points
  34. To simply enjoy and relish every turn on every run and make the best of the quiet times before the kooks and the crowds show up Mario
    10 points
  35. Another most excellent day today! I need a nap. I just realized that since The Dude left, I'm the grizzled old veteran of the group. How did that shit happen? There is a 4 decade spread between myself and the youngest rider in our posse today. Again, damn! We did a really nice job of laying waste to the practice field, turtle creek, and roulette. A few of us hit firecut for the first time this year. Narrow groom, undulating, and funky light left us feeling a little "Meh, not so much", so we were one and done there. Some of us finished with 1 on Richards, Whilst others were way more studly and did another. Apparently, someone turned out the lights on that ensuing run as the next front rolled in. I hope there is some snow in the next week, the quality has been really good, but coverage has been bad, I'm soooo glad I didn't get a base grind this year since I have been adding a bunch of extra structure to my bases this season. On the hill today, the Double D's, Derek and Dustin, NKOTB 17 year old Ethan, HillB, bringing it acrosst the hill, the sublimely cool Ice, Jordan, Miss Katie, Lance The Slopestar, and the old man , myself. Safe travels to Montucky Katie, ,Lance and Kevin, see the rest of you boneheads next week mario
    10 points
  36. I'll turn 75 later this year and I'm having too much fun to give it up, especially racing. Yesterday I raced on skis (finished 8th overall out of 48 racers of all ages) and on the board (fastest of only 3 overall). The day before I logged a few hours on a newly acquired 158 F2 Speedster Slalom board. Very responsive and a blast to ride. A friend offered to video a couple of runs.
    10 points
  37. Okay... While helping a tourist figure out his Donek today, the opportunity presented itself and I got a few seconds of video. Not my best turns of the day, and not the steepest runs in Revelstoke, but it's something to back up all my trash talk... Set your volume at maximum for the full experience.
    10 points
  38. She: hey we were watching you carving from the lift - you really rock! me: (beaming) thank you! she: (frowning) no not you, him, pointing to @GeoffV
    10 points
  39. Thanks Bruce/Coiler! Gallery: https://imgur.com/a/lMsRCzX 174 Wogo 12m <-- thanks to @dredman for all the advice on WoGo 165 Contra A/T 10m <-- thanks to @bigwavedave sharing his spec; this a "copy"
    10 points
  40. Got my new Superconductor from Mark finally, can’t wait to mutilate some runs with it!
    10 points
  41. Life has become a little more interesting this week...
    10 points
  42. @fin had a HUGE thread on this forum about his trip to Cuba. https://advrider.com/f/threads/fin-and-mechanico-last-boat-to-cuba.1490392/ Awesome pictures and story telling. Enjoy!
    9 points
  43. If the current forecast holds and it stays on the low end of the accumulation spectrum, I will be on the lil' board Sunday Should be interesting. Get the cameras out...
    9 points
  44. Riding on a chair with 1 other rider: - "What is that you are riding?" - "It is an alpine snowboard." - "Cool. Do you ride a snowboard too?" - "Yes. I'm riding one right now."
    9 points
  45. Today was epic carving. Lots of tired happy smiles. Safe travels home everyone! This is a picture of the gear our event has helped the volunteer ski patrol purchase. Thank you everyone for the support!
    9 points
  46. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the MCC staff (Anna K, Kristin and I). May the holidays and the year ahead be filled with healthy days, joy and lots of good turns.
    9 points
  47. Whoa Awesome !! Cody Winters, wins Silver in PS in Austria, at the Jr. World Championships... Highest American finish at Jr. Worlds ever...Brother Billys 6th was highest before this
    9 points
  48. Milk Open 35th season ? JB and some instructors smiling... 1st run was Sweeeeeet 2" on Groom, few people...no problem
    9 points


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