Big mountain skiing mastermind Sage Cattabriga-Alosa needs little introduction. Throughout his long and storied career, the long-haired and free-thinking skier has made a name for himself in dozens of mind-bending ski film parts, shredding everything from Alaska to the steeps of Jackson Hole. One thing many of his fans may not know, however, is that he is nearly as talented on two wheels as he is in on two skis. The Bend, Oregon-based athlete has slowly been honing his mountain bike skills, and they are finally being showcased on the big screen his new film Elemental.
The film premieres this weekend, Saturday, November 10th, in his hometown of Bend at the Entrada Lodge. If you’re in town, give it a watch! The film features friends like skiers Lucas Wachs, Jonah Williams, Mitchell Brower, and Nicky Keefer, as well as bikers Kyle Jameson, Carson Storch, Reed Boggs, and Dusty Wygle. If you can't make it, the film will available on tetongravity.com November 12th.
Yesterday with great sadness, we learned about the untimely death of freeskier Dave Treadway. Beyond his incredible skiing abilities, Treadway was an individual that held a special and vital place within his community, family, and the snow industry as a whole. With the news still setting in, friends and loved ones of Treadway are taking to social media to share moving tributes in honor of the late skier. RELATED: Dave Treadway Dies From Crevasse Fall in Pemberton B.C. Treadway is
Wyatt Minor sits at the base of the Greyhawk lift at Sun Valley. Idaho Mountain Express photo. Most 18 year-olds are more concerned with their Instagram following and class schedule than snow safety, but Wyatt Minor isn’t most 18 year-olds. He was practically raised on the mountain, unsurprising considering that his father owns and operates a classic onslope apres-spot. The Sun Valley, Idaho local has been instrumental in saving the lives of two skiers over the past two seasons, simply by
Audi Nines has been notorious for pushing the boundaries of freestyle snow sports. That’s not too surprising when you consider the rocket-sized launch pads they have for jumps. Still, it’s always exciting to witness a record being shattered, and David Wise potentially just crushed the highest quarterpipe air. The skier sent it 38.39 feet out of a quarterpipe, and after floating in outer space for a second he touched down to a banked landing. RELATED: This Year’s Audi Nines Course Looks