Check this underrated Czech ripper’s full part, stuffed full of urban, park and pow ripping…
The Czech Republic has always had a small, but vibrant snowboard scene. From the early successes of Martin Cernik, through to the more recent riding Sarka Pancochova and Petr Horak, to the newer generation of Dusan, Zoltan Strcula and their homies, the Czech’s have pumped out a steady stream of solid riders that have made their mark on Euroboarding.
Dusan himself has caught our attention over the past few winters thanks to his strengths on all kinds of terrain. Most recently we mis-credited him as Antti Jussila in Tyler Chorlton’s recent Hacked episode (his was the front 7 in Moninec – our bad, man!), but last winter his main focus was on filming for the Czech and Slovak scene movie, Never Too Late.
Never Too Late, which was the only snowboarding project emerging from Czech and Slovak scene in past three year, and showed the strength this ex-Eastern bloc area holds. Dusan stepped it up and scored the ender. Hit play and experience some pure winter joy.
And why’s the movie called Never Too Late? The film’s producer, Martin Vecerka, explains: “Well, many people think that the great era of snowboarding is dead for a long time already. It’s true that lot of things indicate that – couple of really bad winters, dealers sales went down, almost all printed magazines are dead and there is a really small number of full-length movies compare to past. But to speak for myself, I don’t see it that negative and I believe it’s gonna get much better again soon. So when we were thinking about the name, somebody proposed Never Too Late, which describes perfectly the actual situation of snowboarding in our country, and I think not only here. I would be happy if our movie motivates people to get their asses up and go ride, or even to make something more for snowboarding like movies, events and other projects. It’s never too late!”