Sammy Carlson and Tim Humphreys get their tree jib on at Mt. Hood while filming for the #theSammyCProject. Premiering November 20th at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon.
Editor's Note: This is the first installment of a ten part mini webseries leading up to the Sammy C Project premier.
The Jackson brothers are some of snowboarding’s most adventurous riders, hunting lines in faraway places around the globe. So it’s no surprise that some Viking lore brought them to Iceland to explore what the nation has to offer in terms of raw natural beauty and plenty of space to let loose in the mountains. RELATED: Check out TGR's Accomplice on Tour NOW Black Diamond’s latest short film shows off John and Eric Jackson’s dream trip to Iceland, made possible by Eleven Experience and guide
Guess what? Today is National Voter Registration Day, a day set up to put a focus on getting Americans registered to vote. Did you know that 60% of eligible voters are never asked to register? You don’t have that excuse. Oh and while you’re at it, you should go watch TGR’s latest film , featuring none other than Jeremy Jones exploring the current political landscape and how it affects our planet’s future. Register to vote and watch the full film here. RELATED: Q+A With Jeremy Jones On Finding
New Zealand's high alpine is just about as gnarly as anywhere else on the planet, but isn't as well-represented in snowsports media as comparable terrain in the Northern Hemisphere. It's unclear exactly why that is, but we'd guess that it has something to do with the hemisphere thing. Or maybe Kiwis are just better at keeping their favorite backcountry spots under the radar. Hard to say, but whatever the reason, we're stoked to see a new project featuring some of New Zealand's most forbidding