The premier season is going to look a lot different this year! To show the new film “Make Believe” TGR will be heading to drive-ins practicing social distancing. Not sure why I’m listed as an Olympic Skier but I’ll take it! Here is a taste of what last year's world opener was like!
I always look forward to showing the movie and giving high fives to my fans! Since I won’t be able to do poster signings I will be doing Cameo shoutouts instead. If you want to stoke out a TGR fan who can’t make it to the movie premiere, here’s a great way!
There are also some other athletes who do cameos here are there links:
Tim Durtschi: https://v.cameo.com/iTZzMBm6q9
Lexi DuPont: https://v.cameo.com/XJHn8nN6q9
Colter Hinchliffe: https://v.cameo.com/v7DQkFD6q9
Sage Cattabrigga: https://v.cameo.com/w6ADO3y6q9
Ian McIntosh: https://v.cameo.com/oo1lw5t6q9
Angel Collinson: https://v.cameo.com/sOWLWt65q9
John Collinson: https://v.cameo.com/z0JDKD85q9
Last winter, a very different kind of ski area opened in the mountains of Colorado. Bluebird Backcountry resort proved to the world that a ski area could exist without chairlifts. Located off Rabbit Ears Pass near Steamboat, the area is a new concept in ski area design, offering both controlled inbounds terrain and guided-only backcountry terrain only accessible by the power of your own legs. This year, with an anticipated boom in backcountry skiing, Bluebird is announcing some big
Labor Day has traditionally signaled the end of the summer for all us denizens of the Northern Hemisphere – and man, did summer end abruptly this year. Leave it to 2020 to give us yet another rollercoaster ride, although this one sure looked pretty. Lots of mountains across the West saw their first real snowfall of the year late last night, with several inches falling at higher elevations. Check out some shots from our friends over at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort from this morning…the first
This trip to Japan was monumental. Kai’s first International trip and my first time competing in the Freeride World Tour! Our team was ecstatic and excited to be traveling to the land of Powder. We had our camera crew and we were ready to see if Kai could tunnel his way through the deep snow of Japan. Kai already scored some deep days at his home resort of Targhee but would it prepare him for the deepest snow in the world? We would soon find out. Kai and I showed up in Tokyo and