Travis Rice was the first to ride this infamous crack line located in the Tordrillo Mountains. Rice completed the task while filming for his film The Fourth Phase. This other chute is not a tight, but still a really rad aesthetic-looking line. Rice brings his signature flow and style, working his way down this mountain masterpiece.
According to a U.S.A. Today Report, Shaun White has reached a settlement with a former bandmate who filed a lawsuit against the 30-year-old two-time Olympic gold medal snowboarder citing sexual harassment. Lena Zaweideh, the former drummer of White's band Bad Things, accused White back in 2016 of making sexually explicit and inappropriate remarks. The exact terms of the settlement were not disclosed but it was reported that White repeatedly made sexual vulgar remarks and made the drummer
Few places in action sports carry the mystique of La Grave. Famously raw, the area is lightly patrolled, but has no avalanche mitigation to speak of, forcing the best skiers and riders in the world to bring their A-game, or potentially face serious, if not mortal consequences. RELATED: Legends of La Grave—Past & Present But now the legendary ski area is facing an uncertain future. In light of aging infrastructure and a lease that is about to expire, La Grave is currently under the lustful
Shitty GoPro footy? It's cool, we've all been there. That's probably why Gopro just released this video of Freeride World Tour rookie Ryan Faye giving us some tips on how to do it right. He lets us in on the "super top secret beta" that will turn your shots from "no" to "pro". What they don't account for is ski level...