Unbeliebable - you gotta see this to believe this and you still can't believe it.
Friday, November 4, 2011
Monday, October 31, 2011
Arbor Snowboards is proud to welcome Curtis Woodman to their snowboard team. Woodman was born in Sacramento, California and currently resides in Truckee, California. “I’ve been a Curtis Woodman fan since the Neoproto days and I’m fired up to be working with him now,” says Arbor team director, Brad Farmer. “Curtis has a snowboarding ability and style that most can only dream of. If last season is any indication of where he’s headed, it’s going to be exciting to watch over the next couple of years. I believe he will be an amazing leader of the Arbor ‘Roots’ snowboard program and I can’t wait to see what he does in the backcountry this season.”
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Janne Korpi (FIN) crowned himself today king of the season's first big air contest of the running 2012 LG Snowboard FIS World Cup season. In front of 17,000 spectators right next to the four iconic towers of Battersea Power Station, the Finnish rider, who had already won the first halfpipe World Cup at the season's opening in New Zealand, secured his career's fifth big air triumph with 184 out of possible 200 points.
Saturday, October 29, 2011
The 20th Annual Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo is taking place at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver from Friday Nov. 4 through SundayNov 6.
This Expo has become Colorado's biggest Ski and Snowboard Expo, showing off more than 20,000 square feet of retail space jam-packed with excess inventory from last season, from all over the country and from the top outdoor gear companies. Also, all 26 Colorado resorts are on site with "show-only" specials on season passes, lift tickets, lodging, lessons, and discounts on dining and mountain resort activities.
When some snowboarders leave their sponsors it only creates a small ripple in the snowboard pond. But when Snowboarder Magazine's two-time Rider of the Year, Travis Rice's 'Flight' co-star, and all-around backcountry slayer, John Jackson changes snowboard teams it's big news. Even if the move is from Forum to Burton, two companies under what seems to be the same roof.