Alaska is one of the funnest places to ride but there are alot of factors that need to line up to get just a few good days. We have been feeling like we are living in ground hog day here. wake up with the hope of bluebird weather only to find overcast skys over and over. When it finally does pop blue you've still only got one of many factors. The snow pack could be dangerous, or conditions could be bad, but if its safe, and smooth its on!
we have had a fair share of bad days but we had two work out for us. the following photos happend durring those days when everything lined up right. all the days waiting are so worth it, and when you get out it feels like there could be no tommorow.
photos: (in order)
1 seth ripping
2 code blue, warning system
3 the drop off stoke
4 Ian Mac dropin in
5 Jeremy Jones pow turn
6 Jeremy Jones at the bottom of a line
7 Jeremy riding avocado
8 todd and cory have a deck session after a good day
9 nascar style - this is who I roll with!
10 the friends of the wizzard
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