Mt Baker Splitfest 2012 taking place March 23-25

The 2012 Mt. Baker Splitfest will be taking place March 23-25. This is a great event for all. Check out the website www.splitfest.com for more info and the Mt. Baker Splitfest facebook event.


Ben Lynch… the Next Travis Parker

He’s weird yet calculated. He’s confident yet humble. He’s a country boy with good ol country style and he fucking rips on a snowboard. Travis parker’s protégé and our good buddy, Ben Lynch. We expect to see more from this hill billy in the near future but for now take a look at what Ben’s been up to so far this season.


Photos by Jon Hill













Leanne Pelosi in P.S. We Love Trees shredding pillows in Whistler

There’s tons of snow, but It’s a race to beat the inversion in Whistler! Robin, Annie and Hana end up finding some good snow and the jumping begins. Plus, a bonus pillow day with Leanne Pelosi, David Melancon and Claudia Avon.


Brooke takes 1st Place in Slopestyle at the GFFT Finals in Utah!

Riding smooth and technical Canadian Brooke Voigt took the win over the all American field of riders at her first GFFT Finals. Brooke’s run started off with a 50-50 on the first rail, into a 50-50 frontside boardslide, then a tailgrab off the cannon rail. She then landed a smooth frontside 360 on the first jump, earning points from the judges for her execution. This win solidify’s her entry into next years Dew Tour where we’re sure she will make a statement with her technical riding and hard charging attitude. Congrats Brooke!


More info on the Gatorade Free Flow Tour

Trick Tip with Jordan Mendenhall “the backside 180″

It’s time to learn your new favorite trick—the backside 180. Jordan Mendenhall takes a break from filming with the Videograss crew to teach you BS 180 basics: start small, focus your gaze on the nose, and don’t force the 180 around—trust that it’ll come around. This is a trick you can make all your own just by adding personal style. You got this!


Gretchen Bleiler takes 2nd at the final stop of the winter Dew Tour super pipe

Gretchen Bleiler finished off the winter Dew Tour season with an impressive run that earned her a 94.25 and a second place on the podium. Kelly Clark managed to squeak by for the win with a 95 score. So the battle between Bleiler and Clark continues as they head off to Norway for the World Snowboarding Championships.


Gretchen’s Drew Tour Run


SixEleven Crew super cool video for the Nike Choosen comp

From the crew…

Here at SixEleven Productions we value the true spirit of hard work and creativity. So with that in mind we have decided to build almost all of our own features for our edit! With countless trips to Home Depot and an EXTREMELY high credit card bill, we hope you enjoy what we have in store for you. Check out our crew and some behind the scenes of wait awaits…

Producer/Filmer: Mike Peterson
Riders: Erik Van Assche, Oliver Bacharach, Joe Mango

*PLEASE HELP US OUT AND OPEN EACH PHOTO/VIDEO AND GIVE IT A “LIKE”.

STYLE: Park, Urban, Backcountry

BUZZ: 2319 Likes, 338 Comments

Check them out!

Our Girl Brooke Voight made it on the news this weekend at the Canadian Open

The local news in Calgary caught up with Brooke for a quick interview about competing in slopestyle events.


Gretchen Bleiler takes 2nd at the Canadian Open half pipe

After winning the qualifier, beating out Kelly Clark, Gretchen Bleiler got back on the podium in the finals with a 2nd place finish. Her run included; a frontside crippler, backside 540 mute, frontside 720 tail grab, Cab 720 Indy, and frontside tail grab. Check out the vid…


Aaron Robinson’s “A-Rob” movie Manifest by Sam Tour

Snowboarding is much more than just banger after banger; It’s a journey, it’s euphoria, it’s pain, it’s excitement, it’s fear, it’s meeting new people, it’s sending it, it’s SNOWBOARDING.

-Aaron Robinson



Aaron was always the driving force behind this project. When it seemed like things weren’t gonna work out he always found a way to make it happen. He loved a challenge! I spent this last winter traveling around to many of his favorite places, meeting up with friends, and making some new ones along the way. I feel so lucky to have been able to share such great times with such an amazing person.

When Aaron passed away in Chile this last July it was hard to even think about the movie, let alone sit down and edit hours of his footage from the winter. It wasn’t until Blake Paul sent me an email highlighting the fact that one of Aaron’s goals all season was to get everyone down to Chile and film a segment for the movie that I came to realize something that should have been so obvious. We had to head South and finish what he had started. Although we were physically missing the one person who really should have been on that trip I feel like he was actually with us more than ever.

We’ll miss you A-ROB!

-Sam Tuor