The King (and newly turned pro), Mark Wilson, shared a part with good friend Spencer Schubert in Videograss’ Visitors video. It also happens to be the last part in the entire video. Feast your eyes on the part, and make sure you hit Videograss with the follow over on Instagram.
Whistler keeps getting pounded by big snowstorms followed by windows of glorious sunshiny days. These are the conditions that snowboard film crews dream about. We celebrate the bounty with Jake Kuzyk at the Videograss mancamp in Whistler. Just look at all that snow….thumbs up for snow.
It’s time to learn your new favorite trick—the backside 180. Jordan Mendenhall takes a break from filming with the Videograss crew to teach you BS 180 basics: start small, focus your gaze on the nose, and don’t force the 180 around—trust that it’ll come around. This is a trick you can make all your own just by adding personal style. You got this!
All of the Kr3w homies in the van. We have Jon Kooley, Nick Dirks, Shred Anderson, Will Tuddenham, Jake OE and Brown.
Lance Hakker, Captain of the ship.
Battle at the berrics 2. Yeah that’s right. Yes I know this is old news, I’m the worst blogger or bloggist alive.
Corey Kennedy was amazing.
Torrey Pudwill is ridiculous.
Chris Cole is part robot.
Dirks and brown took a break from their deep conversation concerning the future of our planet.
Jake OE is one somber individual.
Here we have the elusive Gus Engle.
I can’t believe my truck made it all the way to Alaska.
We would session Gus’s box every day before we went to a spot. It was the most fun I had all trip.
The Fourth Kind!
Johnny Miller looking scary.
Will Tuddenham looking emotional.
Get inside a small part of the small time it took Jordan Mendenhall to film his part in Videograss last year. Jordan tore his ACL at the beginning of the season last year and was only able to film a few days up at High Cascade Snowboard Camp last summer with Videograss filmer Justin Meyer. Jordan is riding the K2 Slayblade Snowboard, the K2 Jibpan Snowboard, Formula Bindings, and T1 Boots.
Title: VideoGrass & Pretty Good Movie Premiere
Location: The Loft
Description: Rage films presents ‘Pretty Good’ with Snowboarder Mag’s ‘VideoGrass’ Snowboard&Ski double feature.
177 W. Center St
Doors open @ 7:30 PM
$5 with college ID
Start Time: 7:30 PM
Title: Airblaster and Videograss Premiere
Location: Havana – 1010 East Pike St – Seattle
Link out: Click here
Description: What are you doing on September 23 at 9pm? If you’re in Seattle, I do hope you’ll be attending the Videograss, featuring Nick Dirks, and Airblaster featuring Dirks, Ben Lynch, and Tim Eddy at Havana.
Why should you go? This movie will be projected onto the building from the adjacent parking lot (yes, outdoor movie!), Havana is a sweet place to hang out, everyone you know will be coming, and the $5 suggested donation and raffle proceeds will go to benefit SOS Outreach and the Service Board.
Start Time: 21:00
So last night the VideoGrass Premier went down at camp and guess what? It was AWESOME! There were tons of kids and the actual world premier is tonight in Portland. Not only was the movie good, but I got to hang out and have some good old times with some new and old friends!
- The Premier
- Shots with Will, Gabby, Jonas, and Jordan!
- Me…I can’t remember who took these photos…
- Mike Yoshida sent it again
- Jared and Jonas
- Will Bateman took a photo too!
- Anthony didn’t want to be in a photo, too bad haha. Anthony is a friend from back home in MN, and he’s been interning with Ashbury all summer.
- Jordan Michilot likes it Doggy Style
Geez photos are fun! So my last day on hill was super fun. I cruised around the lap park and got dizzy on some picnic tables on a new rocker weapon, be sure to get one this winter cuz those things are tons of fun!
- The only snowboarding photo from the whole trip. The battery died, so it’s a good thing I landed this one.
So Mt Hood is super fun! I’m flying back to MN in the morning and looking forward to the winter! My trip was awesome! Thanks Kevin Winkel for getting me a pass and letting me crash. Thanks Mike Yoshida for driving me around, eating Cobra Dogs, and cooking some amazing food. And thanks to my friends for gettin loose and having some summer fun!