SELF Magazine Features the Ride Hellcat Snowboard

A favorite of pro snowboarder Hana Beaman, the women’s-specific Ride Hellcat Snowboard, is perfect for your all-mountain freestyle pursuits. It’s got a slight camber underfoot and rocker technology in the tip and tail, which makes for speedy, yet stable turns, and gives you good grip on icy groomers.

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Full Collection: All 6 episodes of Ride Snowboards’ “Because of Snowboarding” series

Full Collection: All 6 episodes of Ride Snowboards’ “Because of Snowboarding” series

Ride Snowboards’ “Because of Snowboarding” was easily one of the sickest webisode series we’ve seen in a while. Then again, with a crew like Ride’s, we’re really not surprised. Here’s a roundup of all 6 episodes from Hana Beaman, Sebastien Toutant, Alex Cantin, Marco Feichtner, Austin Hironaka and Jake Blauvelt; check these out, you won’t be disappointed.

Because of Snowboarding – Hana Beaman – Episode 1

Because of Snowboarding – Sebastien Toutant – Episode 2

Because of Snowboarding -Alex Cantin – Episode 3

Because of Snowboarding – Marco Feichtner – Episode 4

Because of Snowboarding – Austin Hironaka – Episode 5

Because of Snowboarding – Jake Blauvelt – Episode 6

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Transworld’s Board Of The Month: Ride Berzerker

Ride Berzerker Snowboard - Board of Month

2013/2014 Ride Berzerker Jake Blauvelt pro model snowboard. PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Lengths: 152, 155, 158, 159W, 161, 162W, 164, 165W, 168W
Shape: Directional
Camber: Hybrid
Ideal Terrain: All-mountain
Price: $500

When you think of Jake Blauvelt’s riding style a natural, creative flow comes to mind. But then there’s the occasional explosive act within, berzerking you could say. Jake designed his pro model for his type of riding, one that fits this electrified current. It has a slight directional shape and 3/4 inch setback stance with a bit of rocker in the nose and subtle camber throughout, giving it easy turn initiation, float in pow, solid snap in and out of turns, and powerful ollies. It’s laced with Ride’s urethane Slimewall sidewalls for vibration dampening, smooth flex, and impact protection. With a hybrid layup of fiberglass between the top and bottom the board isn’t overly stiff (it’s rated a five out of ten on Ride’s flex scale), but multiple arrays of carbon extend from the bindings and tip and tail to further edge control and pop. It comes finished with a screaming fast sintered base, too. Like a lone artist painting his way down a white canvas, this board is Jake’s signature brush.

About the Graphic

Brazilian Artist Bruno Novelli (a.k.a. Bruno 9li) stormed up the graphic frenzy on this board. Novelli, of Brazilian and Italian descent, has a keen interest in Amazonian rituals, painting history, and animated GIFs. Check out more of his work at bruno9li.com.

From Transworld Magazine

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2014 Ride Shakedown Happening April 4th-5th 2014

Ride Shakedown Flyer

Get more information or sign up for the 2014 Ride Shakedown

In 2014, the 13th edition of the Ride Shakedown presented by Videotron Mobile will be held at Mont Saint-Sauveur (Saint-Sauveur, Quebec) on April 4 and 5. The 40 professional athletes invited from all over the world and promising amateurs will compete vigorously on the course (Big Air and Rail), for a total purse of $50,000.

This 13th edition is guaranteed to send adrenaline levels through the roof for athletes as well as the thousands of spectators expected on site. Spectator scan expect: a halftime show, partners village, booth, an autograph session with pros, after parties, live DJs, and much more. In other words, an incredible opportunity for thrill-seekers to discover snowboard culture and everything it has to offer.

Prize Money
The top three riders from the amateur qualification will each earn free admission to the Ride Shakedown semi-final. A total prize money of $50,000 CAD will be divided as follows:

 

1st place: $20,000
2nd place: $8,000
3rd place: $5,000
4th place: $2,000
5th place: $1,000
6th place: $800
7th place: $800
8th place: $800
9th place: $800
10th place: $800

Coors Light Rail Jam
The Rail Jam will follow a new approach for prize money. Two grand prizes will be awarded to the Best Trick and Best Overall athlete performances respectively. The top 10 finalists will earn a $500 purse.

Best Overall: $3,500
Best Trick: $2,000

Halftime skateboard show
$2,000 for the winner

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Different Direction “Whiskey Mountain” S3 Ep2

Different Direction

Nuff people say they know they can’t believe, Different Direction has a snowboard team. We have the one Mario, Fuego and Sebi.

The fastest of the fastest of Rockland, Go to olympics, fight for Jamaica.

The fastest of the fastest of freestylers, Respect to the man Rock Veda.

We’ve ordered a rock band, we got a rock band. Well, anyone missed pow during the last weeks? We really enjoyed being out there, filming for “Whiskey Mountain” with the final team for at least this season. Mario Käppeli, Thomas Fuego Feurstein and Sebi Geiger are a real team. There is “Fuego the Kid”, always motivated and mental trained, “MariO”, just with shit in his head and massive styles and Sebi is the man.

Despite “endless” pow this shoots been full with bails, knock offs, a bubble blue but and watch it yourself.
So what needs every house party? A rock band. With “The Bloodeegles” in concert, some valley friends, visitors, madams and ppp we´ve celebrated beeing alive. Luckily grandmothers long case clock is still one piece, thx Peter for trusting us. Whiskey Mountain. One Love. One Peace.

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Sound:
Bloodeegles – Wiskey on mondays

Edited by:
Sebastian Madlener

Filmed by:
Sebastian Madlener

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SELF Magazine Picks the Cappel Wasted Pant as “Top Winter Pick”

Cappel’s slim fit, boot-cut Wasted Pant makes sure you look like a lady- not the Marshmellow Man.