Shredding from Ben and Ryan. The soundtrack is from them too!
Snowboarding; although young, is reaching a point where traditions and legends are becoming more and more established. Nowhere does this seem more prevalent than at Mt. Baker and the most resent Mt Baker Banked Slalom was no different. Please read on as K2 rider Marcel Dolak explains his contribution to snowboarding’s traditions. This one will send shivers down your spine, I promise.
Full story at: frequency.com
The guys at nwBroweather are holding another pow slash contest and we threw in some gear for the winnings.
Send in your best pow-slash photo to firstname.lastname@example.org for chance at winning!
Here’s how to win:
Go do the one universal trick that all snowboarders can do–slash pow. Have your bro/girlfriend snap a photo of it and send ‘er in. After we’ve received enough photo submissions we’ll get a gallery going. Photos will be judged by a select group of heavily intoxicated veteran pow slashers after which a winner will be decided.
What makes a winning pow slash photo? Ef if we know. That’s where you come in.
- photo must be a pow slash.
- photo must be from this year.
- photo must be from the Northwest US. No shit from Chile.
- include rider name, photo name, location optional.
- contest will run for next few storm cycles or so.
A quick edit from Kyle Miller snowboarding from earlier today at Alpine Meadows. Kyle says “A good morning of pow at Alpine Meadows, good start to the big storm ahead.”
Want to know what goes on at a K2 team photo shoot? Check out the video!
We are sponsoring a vertical challenge and up for grabs is a new 2012-13 K2 Fastplant for the men and a new Eco Lite for the women.
To participate you must download and use the Alpine Replay app for Android and iPhone to track your vert at any mountain in North America. Vertical feet will be accumulated over the next two weekends, March 17-18 and March 24-25.
The top 30 contenders will be entered to win a new board for both men and women. Those who log at least 1,000′ will be entered to win K2 accessories at random.
We guarantee that its not always pretty, but when you’re snowboarding with your friends its always a blast! Mt. Baker “Bails and Fails” with Ben Lynch, Nick Dirks,Tim Eddy, Max Warbington and Ninja Suit rider Tucker Andrews!
On Sunday, February 26, 2012, The Mt Seymour Progression Team welcomed K2 Rider Jordan Mendenhall as a guest coach who spent the day riding with our team, offering insight, coaching and inspiration to our young riders.
Mt Seymour is all about providing young, up-and-coming skiers and snowboarders with a way to naturally progress their skills on freestyle and mountain terrain. With the incredible support of K2, our progression team comprised of freestylers between the ages of 10-14 has been working hard this season learning fundamental techniques to build a strong foundation and excel in future skiing and riding.