Hana Beaman is known for going big. Off cliffs. Off park jumps. Off backcountry booters. She sends it bigger and deeper than anyone else in the game. In the latest episode of Sidetracked, the Ride Snowboards team rider talks about her other passion: home design.
Know what time of year it is, folks? That's right, it's Freeride World Tour time. Well, actually it's Freeride World Qualifier time, but that means it's almost Tour time. The first Qualifier event takes place in Hakuba Japan today. With better weather than they've seen the last couple of days and more snow than last year, we should see some incredible riding from the athletes. The rankings currently have Isaac Freeland and Arianna Tricomi in first for skiing and Nils Mindich and Marion Haerty
Way up north, in Native Syilx and Okanagan territory is a magical land of endless blower pow. Lucky for Swedish skier Malou Peterson, this land is now her backyard. While it's a far cry from the dark, icy skiing of Sweden, Peterson has found herself very at home amongst the picturesque mountains and endless pillows to be found here. Watch as Peterson, accompanied by her four-legged friend, Neptune, make this place their own. Hitting big lines with and effortless style and always with a big
If there was one phrase to describe Trevor Kennison, it would be ‘doesn’t give up.’ Paralyzed from the waist down in a snowboard accident while riding Vail Pass, Kennsion didn’t think he’d get to experience snowsports again. After rehabbing at Craig Hospital, his sister convinced him to give sit-skiing a try. Since then, Kennison has made waves in the ski community as not only an incredible athlete, but a true bright spot in the sport. Kennison’s unbeatable style and attitude caught the eye