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Getting Sideways

R: Ryan Flaska

@FlaskaRyan getting sideways through a storage container on the @SIMSBlade

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TGR Athletes Both Old & New Gather For Epic Party Shred
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TGR Athletes Both Old & New Gather For Epic Party Shred

TGR Athletes Both Old & New Gather For Epic Party Shred

Two weekends ago TGR athletes both past and present gathered at Squaw Valley for the last shoot of TGR's winter production season. A combination of both hard charging on the slopes and the bars led to a great weekend. We highlighted some moments above, and talked to TGR co-founder Todd Jones about the special couple of days.  "The idea for the segment was to gather as many TGR athletes as we could, both old and new, to shoot a party shred from the top of the Palisades. Of course the crew gets

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Ian Walsh’s Distance Between Dreams West Coast Premiere
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Ian Walsh’s Distance Between Dreams West Coast Premiere

Ian Walsh’s Distance Between Dreams West Coast Premiere

Big wave surfer Ian Walsh loves nothing more than family barbecues, friends and sold out movie premieres for his new film Distance Between Dreams. And what better venue to pack with salty haired, sun kissed barnacles than the World Famous La Paloma Theater? Located one block from Moonlight State Beach, La Paloma opened its doors in 1928 and has become the staple for surf film premieres.  I could go into a detailed review of the film, but you should save yourself the time and head over to Red

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Photo Gallery: The 2016 Mt. Baker Splitfest
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Photo Gallery: The 2016 Mt. Baker Splitfest

Photo Gallery: The 2016 Mt. Baker Splitfest

The skies opened and unleashed winter upon us this past weekend at Mt. Baker Splitfest. Luckily, we came up early on Friday and toured in bluebird conditions on Artist Point and the Swift Creek drainage. As for the rest of the weekend, high winds and white out conditions kept everyone doing short laps in tree protected areas.  Thanks to everyone who came out to Mt. Baker Splitfest and to support NWAC. We collectively raised over $9700 for them!