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It’s Twins!

WRITTEN BY RON BETTS  *  TEST CO-ORDINATOR DYLAN SIGGERS  *  PHOTOS BY HENRY GEORGI  *  from Winter 2014 issue The Fernie Freeride Team proudly announces the arrival of some favourites from the twintip toybox. Okay, let’s face it, with slopestyle and halfpipe skiing joining well-established events like moguls and aerials as full-medal Olympic disciplines, freestyle skiing … More »

Turning Tricks

Ski Canada procured the services of Fernie’s best park rats to test some of this season’s hottest twintips. written by Ron Betts * twintips test co-ordinator Dylan Siggers * photos Henry Georgi * in Winter 2013 issue Don’t let your snowboarding buddies tell you they “saved” our sport by influencing us with terrain parks and later … More »

Crisis averted

by Iain MacMillan from Winter 2013 issue Anyone who skis off-piste knows how terrain choices often must be altered if you want to keep a boarder on board. There was a time, 10 or 15 years ago, when the worriers and hand-wringers in the world of skiing were fretting about the inevitable total collapse of … More »

Gear News & Trends

Buyer's Guide 2013

Munich’s annual ski industry trade show ISPO is staggeringly massive. Thankfully technical editor Marty McLennan was able to ride between booths with a dedicated transportation attendant (see bikini).       THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE! Freeriding, that is. The slackcountry market keeps heating up, with more of us getting off the lift and hiking for freshies. … 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 »

Park & Pipe 2011

P&P2011.3

Park & Pipe means abuse. From riding rails to landing kickers, these twintips operate equally well on both steel and snow, they function forward and backward, are light enough to spin, yet resilient to stick impossible landings. Here’s a sampling of some of our favourites.   top row, left to right: Atomic Punx, Blizzard The … More »

It’s Twins!

WRITTEN BY RON BETTS  *  TEST CO-ORDINATOR DYLAN SIGGERS  *  PHOTOS BY HENRY GEORGI  *  from Winter 2014 issue The Fernie Freeride Team proudly announces the arrival of some favourites from the twintip toybox. Okay, let’s face it, with slopestyle and halfpipe skiing joining well-established events like moguls and aerials as full-medal Olympic disciplines, freestyle skiing … More »

Turning Tricks

Ski Canada procured the services of Fernie’s best park rats to test some of this season’s hottest twintips. written by Ron Betts * twintips test co-ordinator Dylan Siggers * photos Henry Georgi * in Winter 2013 issue Don’t let your snowboarding buddies tell you they “saved” our sport by influencing us with terrain parks and later … More »

Crisis averted

by Iain MacMillan from Winter 2013 issue Anyone who skis off-piste knows how terrain choices often must be altered if you want to keep a boarder on board. There was a time, 10 or 15 years ago, when the worriers and hand-wringers in the world of skiing were fretting about the inevitable total collapse of … More »

Gear News & Trends

Buyer's Guide 2013

Munich’s annual ski industry trade show ISPO is staggeringly massive. Thankfully technical editor Marty McLennan was able to ride between booths with a dedicated transportation attendant (see bikini).       THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE! Freeriding, that is. The slackcountry market keeps heating up, with more of us getting off the lift and hiking for freshies. … 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 »

Park & Pipe 2011

P&P2011.3

Park & Pipe means abuse. From riding rails to landing kickers, these twintips operate equally well on both steel and snow, they function forward and backward, are light enough to spin, yet resilient to stick impossible landings. Here’s a sampling of some of our favourites.   top row, left to right: Atomic Punx, Blizzard The … More »

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