Snowboarding is passion, snowboarding is inspiring and creative; it’s high fives and powder mustaches. Many of the best days to be had are in white out conditions, in the heart of the storm, yet fully comforted by the solitude of the trees.
We’ve got two Canadians coming at you hard in this weeks team movie clip. Both of these kids are crushing it in snowboarding these days, be sure to check out Belzile and Kuzyk in Video Grass’ 2012 release, “Enlighten.”
K2 team members Jake Kuzyk, Danny Larsen and Nick Dirks in the intro video for the Howl Team.
Jake Kuzyk checks in from Whistler while filming with Videograss.
K2 Snowboarding and Videograss’ Danny Larsen, Jake Kuzyk, Jordan Mendenhall, Nick Dirks, and Chris Beresford ride bottomless pow at Mt. Baker during a K2 snowboarding team trip
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?
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.
Push.ca and K2 Snowboarding have teamed up for a second year to present K2uesdays: a weekly give-away contest held every Tuesday! Starting next week a brand new K2uesdays video, hosted by Whistler shredder/personality Robjn Taylor and starring an array of Canadian K2 team riders, will drop right here on Push.ca.
With nothing but bad weather in the forecast Jake, Matt and Steve pack up the truck and head out to Prince George BC for a little jib mission. In this episode we learn that Jake likes hotels with porches, Belzile is always smiling and Steve shouldn’t be allowed to drive the truck.
In their quest for better weather conditions, K2 Snowboard Canadian team riders Jake Kuzyk, Matt Belzile, Steve Cartwright and filmer Nate Laverty drive into the unknown in hopes of finding some better days to get the final shots for their upcoming video parts.