Raw, unadulterated, super fun dryslope riding out of Scotland from Danny McCormick.
If you’ve never visited Scotland before, you might find it strange to know that it isn’t just a cold, rainy place where people wear kilts and eat haggis, but actually has a vibrant and growing snowboard community, and plenty of spots to get some sideways sliding in.
From the snowflex bristles of Bearsden, to the indoor snow that coats the ground at Braehead, to the actual, real snow up at Cairngorms, the Scottish may have to deal with shit weather and pesky English folk invading their fine lands for a taste of incredible Scotch Whiskey, but they certainly have no shortage of options when it comes to riding.
The Scottish may have to deal with shit weather and pesky English folk invading their fine lands for a taste of incredible Scotch Whiskey, but they certainly have no shortage of options when it comes to riding.
Danny McCormick is one of Scotland’s finest, and in his latest edit from fabled dryslope Bearsden, proceeds to show us exactly why. Danny has got some big tricks under his sleeve, including 900s and a double, but in this edit decides to focus on style and creativity instead, opting for big 180s, methods, nollie frontflips and more.
Although Beasden may not have the sheer number of features to hit as say, Liberty Snowflex in Virginia, where this edit that took the snowboard world by storm was shot, there’s no stopping the locals from getting creative. Watch Danny take a leaf out of the Yawgoons’ book and make his own DIY box setup at the end. Pretty rad stuff.