There’s no denying the fact that it’s the time of the year where people start caring less about snowboarding or winter in general. However, as we channel the constant stream of radness into our weekly best of the internet aka This Week in Snowboarding you still get to see a lot of mad bits of shred. Here we go!
TWSnow checks Sean Black out. Some Aussies shred America.
The Critters post a good edit, and Keep the Change launch their Six Trick Mixes. The Ride Shakedown went down in Snoqualmie, here’s a recap video, and here’s another, and here’s a third. The Videograss crew went to Bear Mountain. Seven Deadly Edits number 5 drops.
Stevie Bell’s and Cameron Pierce’s full parts from F’It get re-released. http://mpora.com/videos/IOyyr86OV
Jake Blauvelt takes to the park. Austrian MOG Productions release their new teaser. Xavier De Le Rue and Anne-Flore Marxer win the Freeride World Tour. Shaun White learns double corks on kickers. We create an X Games Europe Super-Duper-Post and post some weird Finnish video parts. More Protest powder clips appear online. Ice Coast Kills Shit are back with another sick edit. The Analog Design Unlikely Features European leg is a wrap. And here are two minutes on one rail.
Danny Davis shreds the BC.
Trevor Jacob jumps a moving train. The best of Ryan Paul’s HCSC action is available here. Click here for Drive In episode 7 (featuring Black, Visconti & others). BurritosAndSnow sums up how you can help Japan AND get something for yourself. The Peddie Files episode 1 drops – but really isn’t anything but another teaser. Our Time Travel Tuesdays present Jamie Lynn in TB2. Yobeat portraits Alex Andrews and posts a clip straight from South Dakota.
ESPN calls Dylan Alito and films him, too. The Hobo crew shreds Northstar. Steve Gruber shows you how to do front 7s. Brandon Larson’s part from Poachers X gets re-released. Yobeat interviews filmer Austin Will.
Some Swedes perform wizardry on rails.
Our English ed performed some more iPhone wizardry with this Kitzsteinhorn edit. The Apo team shreds Diedamskopf. Lonnie Kauk’s DC video part is on TWSnow. Craig Bowl-U’s part from Hello World to be found here. And the Canyons Fundays webisode 7 is here. If you don’t know the Spatziba website by now: Here are four edits from their site, all posted on Thursday. Here are some laps at Loon Mountain. And in skate-related news: Innsbruck is the new Barcelona.
Lauri Heiskari’s DC part is the shit.
These Norwegian rookies have über-fun. Isenseven release an incredibly boring yet popular backcountry video. ESPN examine the We Are Snowboarding movement. Peepshow’s PMS #2 is alright, and we have a few girls trying backflips.
That’s all for now. We will do some time travelling this week but will be back last Friday.