A week at HCSC with the US Snowboard TeamIt was the summer of bluebird skies on Mt. Hood. In the latest release from The Screamin’ Eagles, the US Snowboard Team heads up to the Palmer Glacier for soft snow and summer training. Featuring riding from Chandler Hunt, Red Gerard, Judd Henkes, Eric Beauchemin, Chris Corning, Karly Shorr, and Chas Gouldemond. Keep an eye out for more from this crew as training picks up and we get closer to Pyeongchang.
Salomon Snowboards: Summer vibes 2017 Every summer the Salomon Snowboards Team cruises out to Government Camp, Oregon for a week of snowboarding at High Cascade, BBQing, skating, and all around team-building and enjoying in the Oregon forest. This summer the crew was gifted with exceptionally great weather and exceedingly soft summer fun. To say the crew got after it would be a massive understatement. Strap in and enjoy.
This summer many of the Bent Metal Binding Works riders set up shop on the Palmer Glacier to enjoy the soft and sunny snow in the High Cascade Park. The following release is a candid collection of summer madness. With everything from the 2017 Bode Merrill Mini Pipe Invitational, to casual cruising with Forrest Bailey and mind boggling flips out of rails with Ryan Paul. This is one summer edit that definitely deserves your attention.
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