In the third episode of Life in the Bus Lane, Brock Butterfield, Jacob Carey, Sam King, Adam Chuntz and Claudia Avon basecamp at the Respect Hut in Silverton. A seven-foot storm hit the San Juans, leaving a short window for great conditions.
While the video doesn't explicitly say what inspired these guys to build a snowboard with what appears to be car suspension springs, it doesn't seem like the most ridiculous idea in the world. Springs could hypothetically enable boarders to pop harder and land more smoothly. Perhaps the key to achieving futurespin is using advanced techniques like spring-loaded equipment. RELATED: Torstein Horgmo and Craig Gouweloos Jib it Up at Mammoth It appears that our intrepid tinkerers chose springs so
There might be no greater joy in life than skiing/snowboarding with your family and passing on the love of riding to a new generation. And, chances are pretty high if you enjoy sliding down frozen water, your old man is the one who taught you how to do that. So call your dad today and tell him thanks: Without him, none of this would be possible.
Switzerland is one of the deadliest places on the planet when it comes to avalanches. Many of the country’s villages and roads lie beneath massive slide paths, and when it snows, big white walls of snow start moving. These days, those dangers are elevated thanks to a warming climate, and the team of scientists and avalanche forecasters at the WSL institute for Snow and Avalanche Research are figuring out how and why it affects mountain communities. RELATED: Colorado's Snowpack is 539% of