Yesterday Porters Tahoe and K2 teamed up at SugarBowl for a product demo/review. The whole crew got together to film some on snow action of the whole K2 snowboarding line as well as video interviews on the product and what not. The whole idea is to give the world a little insight into the product and what it’s all about before you go and buy your weapon of choice! Here’s a few photos…party on!
Today I had the pleasure of going to Mike Basichs’ house out in the Sierras to do some filming with the Airblaster bros. Mike doesn’t live on a paved road but who needs one when you have your own snow cat? So we met him at the end of the road, loaded up his cat, and headed out to the zone…Area 241. The place in insane! He built an amazing house perched up on a mtn with access to unlimited backcountry terrain. Not to mention a tow rope in his front yard. It’s the ultimate set-up! So once we checked out his house we adventured to a nearby cliff band and built ourselves a jump and boarded our faces off! Here’s a few photos of his digs…enjoy
Well somehow someway it snowed more in Reno than it did up in the mountains. So yesterday we went down there to take advantage of the inner city powder snow. After getting kicked out of every single thing we looked at, we came across a triple rainbow feature. A rolly polly ledge of sorts. This thing was sweet but kinda sketchy. Next to it was a drop with a closeout cement wall, air conditioning units, re-bar, steel poles, and not to mention a bums humble abode. After setting the thing up we decided to make sure there wasn’t anybody home underneath the blankets and sleeping bags that had footprints in the snow leading up to it. All we found was some socks and some cans of food underneath so it was time to get to boarding! Holy cow it was fun surfing that concrete wave! Here’s a few photos….enjoy!
Thanks to the fine folks at Porters Tahoe I’ve got myself a little HD Go Pro camera good guy. It’s so awesome! Here’s a little edit of my first run with it at Red Mtn BC. Hope you enjoy, cowabunga!
It’s peanut butter jelly time peanut butter jelly time! So saturday night the Volcom peanut butter and rail jam was held up at Snoqualmie. I went up there to watch the action and judge the event. The set up was insane…flat to up box, up tube to flat box, and a huge flat pipe to down pipe. All under the lights with a slammin soundtrack going all night long. The turnout was sweet! With under 16, over 16, ladies, and open devisions. About halfway through the contest the pb&j sandwiches were unleashed and then the party continued. All in all it was a complete blast and thanks to everyone who helped make it happen! Peanut butter jelly, peanut butter jelly, peanut butter jelly with a baseball bat!
I’m up here at Red Mountain British Columbia with Think Thank doing some filming/photo action . It’s been a complete blast up here. The mountain is insane and the crew is even more insane! We’ve been up here for about 5 days staying in a condo on the mtn. I’ve grown very fond of this house we are living in so I wanted to give it some recognition by presenting you with “Cribs” Red Mountain edition. Enjoy!
The first thing that comes to mind when I think of the SIA snowsports trade show is funny products. So I went on a hunt to find the best new products for 2010/2011. I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do! -Tim Eddy
Here’s a little video of tasty baked good that might be a little to tasty for how good it is for you. Enjoy, Tim Eddy
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
Here’s a little video of a delicious and nutritious recipe that never gets old. Enjoy, Tim Eddy