Shaun White, Iouri Pod, Scotty James, Ayumu Hirano, and Chloe Kim are now household names. The modern age of halfpipe riding has fully arrived. Meanwhile, Danny Davis decides to take a more creative line, leading to the creation of the Peace Park – a transition-based, low-pressure environment for riders to focus on style and creativity. With this new take on halfpipes, Peace Park became the direct influence for the first-ever Modified Superpipe competition at the 2018 Winter Dew Tour. From there, we can only speculate on what the future will hold for the superpipe’s ongoing story.
Archive for the ‘Snowboard’ Category
After missing a year due to COVID-19, the Holy Bowly returned for it’s 8th incarnation at Timberline Lodge on the sunny slopes of Mt Hood. Here is a small taste of what went down over five days.
Riders in order of appearance: Jed Sky, Garrett Warnick, Phil Hansen, Denver Orr, Xander Cornaby, Jack Wiley, Devin Tubbs, Blake Paul, Julian Gluck, Dusty Miller, Jake Rose, Andrew Brewer, Mitch Richmond, Pat Fava, Bode Merrill, Dave Marx, Casey Pflipsen, Eli Lamm, Jill Perkins, Katie Kennedy, Marissa Krawczak, Christine Savage, Nora Beck, Desiree Melancon, Laura Rogoski, Egan Wint, Sam Bakken, Justus Hines, Jacob Krugmire, Jagger Heckman, Miles Fallon and Brandon Davis.
Get comfy and put this one on the big screen. Monster Energy’s first all-female snowboarding video, ‘Snowcats,’ showcases some of the most creative freestyle snowboarders on the planet in a free-flowing expression session.
On a special course at Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort in Twin Bridges, California, Jamie Anderson, Chloe Kim, Kokomo Murase, Annika Morgan, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, and Jill Perkins throw down technical tricks and transfers. – the perfect recipe for a memorable snowboard video.