Pro riders may pass hundreds of hours waiting for the ideal weather in which to film their exploits. These hours can serve as a catalyst for pranks—and sometimes shit just goes a little further than expected. Such was the case when Jeremy Jones and members of the TGR production crew traveled to Svalbard to film for Further. During this trip, Dan Gibeau, a rookie member of the production crew, became the victim of a practical joke. Once Gibeau’s colleagues put their prank into motion, their acting and antics proved far more believable than they had imagined. Consequently, the outcome of their prank managed to surprise not only Gibeau, but also themselves.
There's no forgetting that footage of the vicious mob flooding towards the lifts at Alpine meadow from last week. If you wondered what it looks like when that frothing pack of powder hungry riders finally hits the slopes, look no further: A Reddit user has uploaded a clip of a slope at the resort going from untouched to completely tracked out in under a minute. RELATED: Watch the mad stampede of pow-crazed skiers at Alpine Meadows The madness is documented from a witness riding the
The North Face released its 2018 snow team edit on Monday, and the clip–titled "A Love Letter to Winter"–is two-plus minutes of pure big-mountain bliss. With an absolutely stacked roster to choose from, The North Face called on a few familiar TGR faces like Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Angel and Johnny Collinson to help fill out the segment, which it set to a saccharine piano instrumental of The Pixies' hit "Where is My Mind?" The edit is a delight from start-to-finish, but for our money,
On Saturday, Mark McMorris cemented his name in snowboarding lore by winning gold at the 2018 Burton U.S. Open. His impeccable slopestyle run—in which he threw down a hefty 1260/1440/1440 combo—earned McMorris a repeat championship title shortly after winning a bronze at the Pyeongchang winter olympics. However, it’s not just his skill or repeated success at the U.S. Open (this is his fourth title in the past six years to be exact) that make McMorris a stand out athlete. This guy