Tim Eddy’s Pow and Chow Episode #1 “Truck Yeah” takes you to Mt. Baker for powder snowboarding, truck camping, and one pot meals.
Tim Eddy is presenting new webisode series for this winter featuring two things you love most, pow and chow. Here is a short taste of what you can expect from Pow and Chow!
Danny takes a few runs at Oslo Winterpack in Tryvann, Norway and fills us in with thoughts on the Olympics, Shaun White and a hot American chick. Danny will be filming with Videograss this season!
From contest organizer Shane Stalling:
“Join us on January 6th to celebrate Aaron Robinson by Smashing Life at Big Sky’s first ever snowboard slalom. Registration is $15 8:30 AM-10AM in the Big Sky Mountain Mall Friday morning. Preregistration is $10 if you get your name on the list by emailing your info (Name, Age, M/F) to email@example.com. 100% of proceeds go to A-Robs Plant-A-Seed Foundation, helping Montana’s underprivileged youth get on the slopes snowboarding! All ages are welcome.
Racing begins at 10:30 AM. Going to be fast! Jam Format Race, so take as many runs as you can throughout the day!
Shortly after the lifts shut down A-Robs MANIFEST, a film by Sam Tuor and FunBlock Films Inspired by the late Aaron Robinson will be playing in the Summit Hotels Talus Room. Free Admission but Plant-A-Seed Donations will be highly recommended. Raffle Prizes as well.
Following the video, After Party (21+) at Scissorbills with music from The Riot Act.”
MANIFEST – Teaser
So we’ve come to the end of this season’s Better Daze episodes but fear not these boys are just getting started. Along with Belzile’s guidance, Jake Kuzyk and Steve Cartwright spin the revolver in the the Whistler backcountry…. Don’t believe me? Check out the video and keep an eye on these guys, by next year, I’ll be the one telling you “I told you so”.
Snowboarding is fun so have fun snowboarding! Until next time my friends….
Gretchen Bleiler Press Release: 2011/2012
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (December 15, 2011) – K2 Snowboarding and Gretchen Bleiler are proud to announce that they have extended their partnership through 2014. Bleiler, an X Games champion and Olympic medalist, has been an integral part of the K2 International Pro Team for more than eight years helping to progress women’s snowboarding through not only her on-snow accomplishments but through her involvement in the K2 Alliance and the development of products like her K2 EcoPop snowboard, Contour boots, and Agogo bindings.
“It feels really good to have just re-signed with K2 for another three
years,” said Gretchen Bleiler. “K2 has become my Northwest family and throughout the years we’ve accomplished a lot together from Olympic and X Games medals to magazine covers, cool new cutting edge technologies and super fun graphics. I always feel so grateful for K2’s support and am really looking forward to the next three years, I have a feeling they’re going to be epic!”
“I can’t express my excitement enough to be working with Gretchen for another three years,” said Peter Mullenbach, K2 Snowboarding International Team Manager. “Aside from being an amazing snowboarder, Gretchen is a great person who has helped shape all aspects of women’s snowboarding while sustaining a proper style and personality for women and girls around the world to admire. She is passionate, competitive and dedicated; we are truly looking forward to the next three years with one of snowboarding’s great gems.”
Fresh off the training grounds of New Zealand, Gretchen is busy preparing for a full season of competition including the US Grand Prix, Dew Tour and X Games among others. Additionally, K2 engineers will continue seeking product feedback from Gretchen with the idea of creating the most advanced and effective women’s snowboard products on the market. Keep your eyes on Gretchen, she’s just getting started.
A short recap of the Paul Mitchell rail jam at Copper with Matts Kuli, Jordan Phillips, Johnny Lazz, Eric Beauchemin, and the boss Yale Cousino.
Brooke Voight took top honors at the Copper Mountain Paul Mitchell Progression Session last weekend.
Check out the full recap on Snowboarder Mag.
1. Yale Cousino
2. Eric Beauchemin
3. Jonah Owen
1. Brooke Voight
2. Cheryl Maas
3. Ty Walker
With only a couple days left in Northern BC the guys get a few more session in before its time to head back home were the weather is rumored to be turning around. In this episode we learn that Steve will say just about anything to avoid getting kicked out of a spot, Belzile can make the best of any situation and Jake is a ridiculously good skater.
Music from Tin Sparrow: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tin-sparrow/id447353361