Last week was an unannounced hurricane of creative snowboarding in our backyard at the home mountain, Bogus Basin outside of Boise, Idaho. Snowboy Productions teamed up with Bogus Basin Terrain Parks and Corey McDonald to create a unique, one-of-a-kind snowboard park near the top the of the mountain. With one of the worst snow years on record, it was incredible to see what the team was able to put together. Professional snowboarders from all over the country were invited to ride the private park in addition to a select few local riders. The riders filmed all week long and below is the edit of just a sliver of the madness and radness that went down. Derek Weimer put the edit together, fitting with Bogus being the mountain he grew up riding. Just some of the riders list includes the likes of Mike Ravelson, Chris Grenier, Ryan Paul, Boody, Brandon Reis, Ted Borland, Loren Exon, Parker Duke, Bob Abrams, Jill Perkins, Justin Kensiton and many many more. Watch the edit here!
UNHLYFOLK Parker Duke has been ripping on a snowboard for years. Through thick and thin, he loves it. But you don't have to take our word for it. Check out his Highlighter for High Cascade here as you get hyped for summer shred and adventures.
The Think Thank crew has been at the forefront of creative snowboarding and documenting it for years now and their latest teaser for their latest film keeps the juices flowing. Check it out here to see what's in store for the fall 2015 release of Methods Of Prediction. Have a look see HERE or click the image below.
Summer is here and it's hot. While you may be able to chill out with some quality ice cream and if your really lucky, it'll be a volcano cone in Government Camp after a day riding Mt. Hood, here is the High Cascade Snowboard Camp Session 2 Recap edit just in case you are not at Mt. Hood and aren't snowboarding. Keep an eye out for some real UNHLY Folk in there, Parker Duke, Jack Harris and Johnny Castro.
High Cascade Snowboard Camp's New Assistant Head Digger and UNHLYFOLK Parker Duke let's you in on the summer conditions up on the infamous Mt. Hood for your summer snowboarding dreams. Have a peep on the snowboarder mag site HERE
Sean Lucey filmed and made Think Thank Almanac this year and you should buy it. Edits and teasers, interview and his media hour here to further convince you to make the right decision and purchase this amazing snowboard drama motion picture.