Splitboarding has changed my life. It’s the best invention since snow….oh and pizza. It turns snowboarding into even more of an adventure. It’s not all about the decent (although that will always be the best part), its about being outside in the mountains and soaking in mother natures finest. I’ve been splitboarding almost everyday for the past week and it just keeps getting better and better. There’s endless opportunities and a lifetime of self propelled slashin and bashin. You can literally do it from your front door…here’s a little video from my front door the other day. Enjoy -Tim Eddy
Dangerzone episode three! We went down to Sierra at Tahoe for some good old fashioned competition. It was north lake tahoe boarders vs. southlake tahoe boarders and it was a blast. Here’s the video..enjoy!
This summer some bros and I hit the studio in Portland to lay down some tunes for the “Respect Your Elders” soundtrack. There are a couple of premiers for the movie going on in Tahoe next week and for the Truckee premier the same bros and I are gonna play those same tunes live on stage. So if you are gonna be in South Lake Tahoe the night of the 27th or Truckee the night of the 28th, come out and have a blast. The movie is gonna be awesome and the music…. is gonna be questionable. Party on!
If you enjoy bike riding and happen to find yourself in the greater Lake Tahoe area then you are in luck. There are a million and one bike rides to do but there is one particular ride that out beauties them all. That my friends is the Tour De Tahoe. A 72mile ride around the perimeter of Lake Tahoe. You can start from any part of the lake and you can go in any direction. I recommend going clockwise, that way you are riding right on the edge of the big blue beauty. Here’s a map of the ride, I did it yesterday and it was such a blast! Party on!
Click here for the mapTahoe Loop Clockwise
Just was reminiscing on the beautiful mountains and dogs of Chile. So here’s a few photos for all you mountain and dog lovers out there. Hopefully these make you want to climb the next mountain you see and pet the next dog you come across. Party on and enjoy!
I just got back from the K2 Chile trip and holy cow I’ve got a lot of photos. I’ve sorted through them and organized them into three categories. The first blog installment is all about food. The food in Chile is mostly simple dishes. Not very much spice or a ton of flavor but it’s always fresh. There main industry is produce so the fruit and vegetables are plentiful and I finally get to eat palta (avocado) at pretty much every meal which is always a dream of mine. Also if you like yourself some meat, the beef in South America is top notch and a staple of their cuisine. I found the most common dishes you will find are meat and potato style plates, sandwiches filled with meat and guacamole, delicious breads, as well as classics form all over the world (Pizza, Crepes, Hot Dogs, etc.) All in all the food is tasty, it’s definitely not exotic by any means, but it’s delicious and nutritious! Here’s some food photo’s…enjoy!
Session 5 at High Cascade I took the Japanese campers on a mountain biking adventure. Its was amazing! Most of them had never been mountain biking before. There were some tears, some blood, and some mud but everyone finished with a smile on there face! Here’s a little video showcasing the extremenesss…enjoy!