Hey ladies! K2 Pretty in Pink is back again this year kicking off our Paint the Mountain Pink weekend at Mountain Creek in New Jersey. This GIRLS ONLY rail jam will allow the ladies to showcase their skills front and center in the South base area as they compete for a boatload of prizes. This year we’ll be offering 2 Divisions (16 & Under and Open) as well as a High Ollie contest. This is a FREE event.
4-5:30PM Registration in the South Lodge Basement
5:30PM Rider Practice
7:30PM High Ollie Contest
8PM Finals 9PM Awards
All participants will need to complete a participation waiver, if you’re under 18 your parent will need to sign for you. Helmets are required. For more information click here!
Thanks to the people over at FUEL TV, they will be webcasting live in HD on Saturday, January 23rd from 8:20pm ET/5:20pm PT to 10:45pm ET/7:45pm PT. With live halfpipe coverage, awards, and the announcement of the 2010 Winter Olympics team!
Cheer on Gretchen Bleiler as she secures her spot in the 2010 Olympic team and goes for the Gold!
If you haven’t heard, K2 rider Nick Dirks just broke his femur during the holidays. “I ran into a boulder,” Nick said. “Focused my leg, I looked like Gumby.” He’s been laid up after two surgeries which put a dent in his pocket book (despite his insurance).
YoBeat is helping Nick out by selling some benefit shirts with artwork by Nick himself! Hope you have a speedy recovery and get well soon!
Hey everyone, our good friends over at BetaUnit wanted to let you know they will be at Capsule New York trade show this coming monday/tues. showcasing our upcoming fall 2010 line. Cruise over and scope all their
This past weekend Snoqualmie hosted one of the most excellent events to ever hit the slopes. The event was called Boxes For Days…and it was just that. It was one heck of a monstrosity! I’ve never seen anything like it. I’ll let the photos do the talking for the obstacle course. The turn out was sweet there were just under 100 competitors all fighting to slay the beast of a box. Airblaster, Snowboarder Magazine, and Think Thank supplied the prizes and the Summit park crew supplied the obstacles. And a huge thanks to Krush@Snoqualmie for putting on such an awesome event! Enjoy the photos-Tim Eddy
Thats not a snow serpent in the mist....its boxes for days!