Voilà: Another This Week in Snowboarding, and this one is really good for a change. Click yourself through the best and worst of the internet from the past seven days!
(Technically this was still Friday but WTH:) 12-year-old Francis Jobin is killing it.
And the Fourty Ten Den teaser is yet another Whiskey incarnation.
The Nike 6.0 team (including Halldor) shreds Mayrhofen:
Mark McMorris stomps a backside 1440 triple cork. Videograss re-release 'old' videoparts, and Forum releases new parts (those of Jake Welch and Niko Cioffi). Cooper Hoffmeister does some spring riding. Xavier De Le Rue does Italy. Yobeat posts a nice night session in their Menthol Mondays series, and they explain Colorado, and they post a nice Norwegian park lap edit, which is almost as good as the Videograss Brighton edit. Seven Deadly Edits - episode 4 goes live, and so does Crewzin episode 10.
In our Timetravel Tuesday we unearth Daniel Franck's part in Stomping Grounds. We're going to host yet another terribly successful Junk&Funk event in Mayrhofen. And we're giving away TTR gewgaw. Jamie Anderson does Europe. The Crap Show episode #7 isn't too bad. Just put some music under this clip and it turns epic. The Peddie Files are upon us soon. Apparently there was some Grand Prix in Mammoth.
Peetu Piiroinen and Heikki Sorsa have fun in Talma.
Jon Weaver talks about Facebook. Isenseven produced an Arctic Challenge edit. The Grasgehren Beers and Burger edit is sick. Hagström and Hast score more pow. Andrew Geeves' DC parts gets uploaded. The Tahoe Dangerzone does some Bearaoke. Sanesation shred the Rinn park. Another One Life Wednesdays episode appears. And Ethan Morgan shows you how to do miller flips.
Darrah Reid-McLean writes history with the worst slam ever recorded:
Our new print issue is on sale. Jake Blauvelt releases his Naturally episode 1 (which is weird, as he also releases his Backcountry episode 1). KBR's B-roll looks legit. NuuLife Cinema films a nice park lap thing. Mount Shreadows is full of powder. DCP and Eero Niemelä go waist-deep. TWSnow presents I Ride Park City episode 6. Dani Rajcsanyi has a new board sponsor. Curtis Ciszek is a good backcountry rider. And snowboarders are snowboarders. Tyler Flanagan talks about his X Games experience. Tim Eddy really knows what's up. And the season is over - at least in Rhode Island.
Cameron Pierce and Stevie Bells' full parts from F'It drop. Yobeat has the eighth episode of Loonatics. Dylan Alito tries to break his nose - and succeeds. Videograss have another neat 5 Tick Fix montage. And our English ed films, edits, and uploads a snowboard clip using only a magic device called iPhone:
That's all for this week. We're off to the RIDE Shakedown and the Austrian Rookie Fest. And where will you be?