RIDE Wallpaper Downloads

RIDE Snowboards Wallpaper Downloads

We dug through our photo album from last season to bring you the best shots we could find. And we’re hooking you up. Download your favorite wallpaper (for desktop or mobile devices) and keep the stoke alive anytime you’re off the mountain.

RIDE Wallpaper Downloads

RIDE Snowboards Wallpaper Downloads

Danimals on the Grind | Download > Desktop  |  Mobile


RIDE Snowboards Wallpaper Downloads

Cole Navin Wallride | Download > Desktop  |  Mobile


RIDE Snowboards Wallpaper Downloads

Jake Blauvelt Backcountry Hand-drag | Download > Desktop  |  Mobile


RIDE Snowboards Wallpaper Downloads

Jake Blauvelt Slash | Download > Desktop  |  Mobile


RIDE Snowboards Wallpaper Downloads

Jake Welch Urban Session | Download > Desktop  |  Mobile


Photography by Tom Monterosso (Tbird) | Check him out over on Instagram.

Sign up to win Free RIDE Gear

We’re still giving away tons of gear in the RIDE Like a Pro contest. If you never sign up you can’t win. Don’t say we didn’t tell you.

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The RIDE Team Goes BERZERKER At Superpark

The RIDE Team Goes BERZERKER at Superpark

Now legally old enough to buy beer, Superpark turns 21 this year and the hits were just as heavy as a typical 21st birthday. Presented by Snowboarder Magazine, Superpark 21 was the biggest it’s ever been and the RIDE team destroyed every inch of snow, metal and wood for the entire event.

The Scene

After a record-breaking snowfall season, spring has finally arrived in the High Sierras of central California; and the energy was high as top riders from around the world descended on Mammoth Mountain. The features were massive and so were the expectations on the team as they set up to step up.

Berzerker at Superpark

From Yuki Kadono nearly setting the new record for airtime on a hip and Reid Smith sending the massive Loon Mountain-built wedge to Brandon Davis crushing every piece of transition in his path and young Keegan Hosefros tapping, bonking and tweaking his way across the mountain, RIDE dropped the hammer. Scroll down for some of the best shots we captured.

Superpark 21 Photo Gallery

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

BERZERKER at Superpark

Superpark 21 Recap

Make sure to peep snowboarder.com for all the updates, additional photo galleries and rider videos. Also, check out the hashtag #superpark21 over on Instagram. We’ll see you again next year!

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Naturally Full Movie Posted for 24 hours only!

One of the most anticipated snowboard movies of the year will be streaming for free for 24 hours.

Jake Blauvelt’s movie Naturally will be available for free and to embed on Jake’s website www.jakeblauvelt.com <http://www.jakeblauvelt.com/>  from 5 pm CET on Wednesday October 16th until 5 pm CET on Thursday October 17th.

In Naturally, a snowboarding media project two years in the making, Jake Blauvelt and friends seek new lines across the globe. Jake has been searching for natural lines for most of his career. The last two years he’s been documenting what it takes. Get to know Jake Blauvelt, his past, the present and what his future dreams are.

Starring Jake Blauvelt.

With Eric Jackson, Shayne Pospisil, Fredi Kalbermatten, Kazu Kokubo and Nicolas Müller.

Naturally is sponsored by Oakley, adidas, Ride and produced by Friday.

From 5pm CET on Thursday 17th Naturally will only be available for download on these platforms:

– iTunes:  http://georiot.co/1nOH
– Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Jake_Blauvelt_Naturally?id=jOW3v9Hy3QI&hl=en
– Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Jake-Blauvelt-Naturally/dp/B00FKRS942

Jake’s Setup:


Designed with pro big mountain shredder Jake Blauvelt, the Berzerker is ideal for the ultimate soul riding experience, offering all-time versatility and superior response.Featuring rocker in the nose and a level micro-camber zone extending under the feet and through the tail, the Hybrid All Mountain shape provides the perfect blend to charge it all. Add in Pop Rods 2.0® core technology, Slimewalls® sidewall and Carbon Array 3™ laminates for a dialed directional snowboard ready for whatever comes your way.

The Berzerker features artwork from Brazilian artist Bruno 9Li.

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Artist Profile: Derek Muscat – Theocy Designs

Take a peek behind the curtain and meet the artist behind some of your favorite Ride graphics. Derek Muscat of THEOCY design is the mastermind behind the last 2 years of Berzerker graphics, a few Slackcountry decks just to name a few.

If superheroes existed Muscat would be Aquaman. Just when you think there’s no hope for the Super friends, Aquaman comes up from the deep with 3 whales, 5 sharks, and 2 dolphins (and sharks and dolphins don’t even get along so that in and of itself is no small task) and rescues the would-be heroes before returning to the deep to keep ruling from the silent abyss.

That pretty much describes Derek. He’s not Superman in the sense that Superman gets all the credit, the press, or the ladies (Muscat’s already scored there).
He’s the silent ruler that is always there whether you know it or not, working his magic from the shadows and always amazing the masses.

Kind words from:
Mark “FANK” Fankhauser
Creative Director: Sandbox


Derek Muscat is a traditional illustrator. He likes to do things the old fashion way, pen to paper.

He has a creative mind filled with innovative ideas. He’s able to take your concepts to the next level by using his unique developed style.

Derek Muscat's Limited Wood Block Prints - Theocy Design

Derek Muscat’s Limited Wood Block Prints – Theocy Design
Who wants a made to order wood print? 9″x10.5″ Limited Run!
Now Accepting PayPal: derek@theocydesign.com

2011-12 Berzerker Snowboard


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Jake Blauvelt – Snowboarding’s Favorite Son Talks to ESPN About His New Movie

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Jake Blauvelt is all over the Internet. With help from Friday Productions, Blauvelt has been releasing a ton of footage on the web for a couple seasons now, most notably with his 2011 web-series project “Jake Blauvelt: Naturally.”

After his end-of-series full-part dropped last fall, however, the online Blauvelt feed went a little quiet. Now, with the release of the halfway-mark teaser for his new two-year movie project “Naturally,” we see why.

This “Naturally” go-round will be a lot like the last: Blauvelt will be riding with his homies at a bunch of exotic locales, in all the best conditions, and it all will be documented with the best cameras (Cineflex and RED) and by some of the best cameramen around (Gabe Langlois of Brain Farm and Greg Martin of Friday Productions). What makes it different is the order that things will be released. First, there will be a movie, and the behind-the-scenes webisodes will follow.

It’s Blauvelt’s biggest project yet. We rang him up to ask a little more about how he assembled the perfect shred crew and what it’s like to embrace the web-based movie model.

ESPN.com: This new flick has a pretty stacked cast. John and Eric Jackson, Kazu Kokubo and Terje Haakonsen? Seems perfect.

Jake Blauvelt:For sure. You’re never really sure who you’ll be able to secure, because everyone’s got their other sponsor obligations and what not, but it’s unbelievable to have all those guys filming for the movie. It’s a dream come true.

2013 Ride Berzerker Snowboard


Does it trip you out to be filming with Terje?

Oh, yeah. And it’s funny — you know normally whenever I ride with Terje, we always just go heli in the Whistler area. That’s been the past four years now, so now it’s kinda, like, “normal.” [Laughs] But then it isn’t normal at all. It’s a trip.

Getting up to a higher snowboard level … you want to live that snowboarder dream of party all night and then wake up early and go shred pow. And maybe some people can do that, but in listening to my body, I’ve realized I can’t. What you put into your body helps you to shred harder, it really does.

It’s just so cool how you can learn something new from him every time. Just the way he approaches the mountain, the boards he’s riding. He’s always tweaking stuff, like bindings, boots, boards. He’s always on the phone with JG and Doyle at Burton working on stuff, which is really cool to see. You just kind of sit back and observe when you’re around him, see what he does, because the way that he does it is the right way.

Looks like you got around last winter. Is there a single moment of the season that’s really burned into you brain as “the best”?

Japan was really fun with E-Jack, just cruising. I’ve been to Japan the last three years riding pow and this year it was just crazy amounts. Every day it’d just stack back up. And it’s not really stressful down there. It’s pretty low impact and there’s always so much powder. That was a really memorable trip — lots of hot springs and good food and good riding.

And then Last Frontier Heli — up in northern British Columbia, right next to the Alaskan border — was another amazing trip. We didn’t hit the snow very good, but just to see the terrain up there was really eye-opening. We’ve already got our spot reserved to go back this winter. We’ll go a little further out, to see what it really has to offer. I think we just saw the tip of the iceberg up there.

Jake Blauvelt

Photo: Scott Serfas Whatever Jake Blauvelt just got dropped off on top of here probably doesn’t suck.

You’ve embraced the web-based video approach, while a lot of riders are still hesitant about it. What swayed you? Do you think web-releases can drop with the same weight as a full-part — say an opener or an ender — in a DVD?

I don’t know … I was skeptical at first about dedicating a whole season to the web. Sometimes it just seems so disposable, unlike a hard-copy DVD. But, Greg Martin, who I work with, is real up to date with all that, and I think it really just has to do with the partnership you have. We had one with TransWorld and they promoted it really heavily. So I think as long as you’ve got a good partnership for your webisodes, that’s key.

And then, also … how do I word it … Making sure it’s not super-diluted. I think maybe if everyone was doing web-based content then it might get diluted, but I guess I thought [in 2011] that not many people were, so it was a way for me to break out of the mold and stand out.

But at the same time now I’m kind of over that. I felt like I was almost too much in the spotlight, just putting out content here and there, and it wasn’t all super A-grade. So now I just want to kind of go off the radar and only put out A-grade footage.

I think it’s just about doing a little bit of each. No way is right or wrong — it’s just finding a good balance with both.

And you’ve decided not to have any energy drink sponsors involved.

I guess the reason for that is pretty straight forward. What the energy drinks do for their riders is awesome, in a sense, because they give them the money to go pursue their dreams — like Travis [Rice] with his movies and contests. But I felt like we had plenty of budget between the sponsors so we didn’t need to go and grab money from an energy drink, which I don’t really believe in or feel comfortable promoting. It’s not healthy for kids, or anyone really. None of those guys [sponsored riders] really drink that stuff.

Scott SerfasJust a mellow pow slash from one of the mellowest guys in snowboarding.

For me it’s mainly just water, maybe a little coconut water. So it would be kinda like this false advertisement. But I can see why people do it, and I don’t blame them for doing it. It’s just staying true to what everyone in the “Naturally” project believes in.

You’re clearly health-conscious. You’re good about what you eat, you do yoga. Is this your Vermont upbringing or is it because your riding demands it?

I was lucky enough to grow up in the woods in Vermont and my family, especially my mom, was a super health nut, eating out of the garden all summer, and always planting stuff for the winter. So that was just my way of life, and I feel fortunate enough to be raised like that. I think that helped me.

And then, getting up to a higher snowboard level, it’s like … you want to live that snowboarder dream of party all night and then wake up early and go shred pow. And maybe some people can do that, but in listening to my body, I’ve realized I can’t. I can’t drink a bunch of beer and then go ride the way I want the next day.

It’s also, seeing guys that I look up to … I never met Craig [Kelly], but seeing his documentary and talking to Terje about him, about how he lived — and seeing how Terje lives, Nicolas [Müller], Gigi [Rüf] and Travis [Rice] are all the same way. All those guys are really health conscious and it really shows in their riding.

What you put into your body helps you to shred harder, it really does. So, yeah, it was seeing how those guys have done it, and then that paired together with how I was raised. It just seems like the natural way to do it.

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