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The new world of freeriding

by Tobias c. van Veen  from Fall 2012 issue This season (and may it be blessed) will see the long-awaited merger of the Freeride World Tour (herein called the FWT) with the Freeskiing World Tour (herein now part of the Freeride World Tour) what does this mean, you ask? For starters, it means bigger audiences … More »

Park & Fly

Ski Canada’s team of twintip testers played all over the mountain to show off this category’s versatility. by Ron Betts .. test co-ordinator Jeremy Cooper .. photos John Evely   In the late ’90s Wade Garrod, the head coach of the Silver Star Freestyle Club, wanted his skiers to excel at more than just the traditional freestyle disciplines of moguls … More »

Pipe, Park & Beyond 2012

    Switch and symmetry are two big words of this genre. Swing-weight is paramount. Riders want light, dynamic and battle-proof boards for sweetening up impact-laden landings. As the Park migrates and morphs somewhat with the Big Mountain division, expect to see more boards with a larger footprint for executing park-style tricks off natural features. Banana board It’s slash … More »

The new world of freeriding

by Tobias c. van Veen  from Fall 2012 issue This season (and may it be blessed) will see the long-awaited merger of the Freeride World Tour (herein called the FWT) with the Freeskiing World Tour (herein now part of the Freeride World Tour) what does this mean, you ask? For starters, it means bigger audiences … More »

Park & Fly

Ski Canada’s team of twintip testers played all over the mountain to show off this category’s versatility. by Ron Betts .. test co-ordinator Jeremy Cooper .. photos John Evely   In the late ’90s Wade Garrod, the head coach of the Silver Star Freestyle Club, wanted his skiers to excel at more than just the traditional freestyle disciplines of moguls … More »

Pipe, Park & Beyond 2012

    Switch and symmetry are two big words of this genre. Swing-weight is paramount. Riders want light, dynamic and battle-proof boards for sweetening up impact-laden landings. As the Park migrates and morphs somewhat with the Big Mountain division, expect to see more boards with a larger footprint for executing park-style tricks off natural features. Banana board It’s slash … More »

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