Scott Woodruff, lead singer of Stick Figure signs some merch. TGR photo.
Last week TGR announced the launch of The TGR Stokemobile, a mobile TGR experience. The solar powered Stokemobile is an immersive and entertaining mobile experience complete with flatscreen TVs showcasing TGR and Outside TV content, the latest in lifestyle and branded merchandise, Virtual Reality exhibits, music, and more. The Stokemobile invaded the Levitate Music Festival in Marshfield, MA. Festival goers and artists alike stopped by to check out what was new at TGR.
Enjoy some photos from the fest and be sure to check out the Stokemobile at NYSEA Surf Week in Long Beach, NY July 15th (http://www.nysurfweek.com).
Check out the Stokemobile events here.
Fans line up for TGR swag. TGR photo.
The view from the top of the Stokemobile is not a bad one. TGR photo.
A custom TGR tie dye banner. TGR photo.
Fans chill out during an evening set. TGR photo.
Last weekend, Copper Mountain’s annual Red Bull Slopesoaker pond skim event ended in a bit of a snafu as 26-year-old competitor Hayden Wright launched into a crowd, injuring spectators. Ski patrol attended to those on scene, and one woman was treated for a broken collarbone. The Summit County Sherriff’s Office charged Wright with misdemeanor third-degree assault and violation of the Skier Safety Act. Later, it was discussed that those charges could be bumped up to felony charges. According
Teton Gravity Research’s Stokemobile just wrapped two insane weekends back-to-back, rolling frthe Minus Zero Festival at Mount Snow up the the 30th annual Reggae Fest at Sugarloaf in Maine. We had a ripping time jamming out with our partners Outside TV and Bldg Active at the beach in front of Sugarloaf’s Widowmaker, and following a great 72 hours in the Pine Tree State, we’re here to give you the down low on how to make the most out of a day at Sugarloaf.Getting There/Lodging Sugarloaf is
If you were born a boy in the Swiss mountains during the 1950s, chances are high you had dreams of becoming a mountain guide. Rey “Reto” Keller was one of those young boys with aspirations of one day guiding, growing up in the lower part of the Engadin Valley in a multi-generational family of guides. “Guiding was part of our family. As a boy, you had a stamp on your forehead when you were little–you were becoming a guide. It was kinda mandatory and traditional,” says Keller. But Keller is