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The Yawgoons are the Crew Snowboarding Needs

They’ve done it again: The iconic Rhode Island Yawgoons set a new standard of fun with shred sessions that don’t hinge on grassy, slushy, swampy or corny conditions. The only rule of thumb: it’s possible to get rad with as little as a thin sheet of ice, a block of snow, or a piece of junkyard plastic.

In this fresh edit, the crew (as always) forges the wildest trick and jib combos—like the nosepress to backside 180 fakie press to backside 180, over a ping pong table net. Crash pad sideflips and 360 spins over tiny rainbow rails are in. Bindings are optional. And they might’ve created the longest corrugated pipe jib, ever.

Check out the new standard in Yawgoons 19, filmed by Scott Stevens, Dr. B, Mark Dangler, Marcus Rand, Harry Hagan, Dylan Gamache and Peter Rossner with inspirational stunt masters Dylan Gamache, Marcus Rand, Brian Skorupski, Scott Stevens, Dan Liedahl, Mike Ravelson, Cole Navin, and Friedl Kolar.

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How Travis Rice Uses His Insane Memory to Ride Big Lines
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How Travis Rice Uses His Insane Memory to Ride Big Lines

How Travis Rice Uses His Insane Memory to Ride Big Lines

In this short video from GoPro, Travis Rice uses his insane memory to perfectly ride a complex and difficult line. If you have ever been on top of a steep face you know it's extremely challenging to identify any features that are below you. Professionals often take a helicopter or study the face for hours so they can memorize exactly what they need to do to safely reach the bottom.  This showcases Travis' perfect recall and riding ability all in one clip. 

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New Airbag Changes the Way Boarders Train for the 2018 Olympics
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New Airbag Changes the Way Boarders Train for the 2018 Olympics

New Airbag Changes the Way Boarders Train for the 2018 Olympics

Marc-André Tarte and the rest of the team at Progression Airbags have come up with a new style of airbag that will change the way snowboarders train for slopestyle events in the future. For now, that means the 2018 Winter Olympics, one of the most widely watched sporting events in the world. Instead of ending in a flat pillow like most traditional airbags, this new version has a slope that reflects the grade of real landings. The first one built to completion weighs in at around 12,000 pounds

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Xavier De Le Rue Annihilates this Famous French Peak
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Xavier De Le Rue Annihilates this Famous French Peak

Xavier De Le Rue Annihilates this Famous French Peak

Xavier De Le Rue completely destroys Pic Du Midi in the French Pyrenees. The famous big mountain snowboarder is captured doing what he does, shredding techy exposed lines with a surgical precision. This is part of Xavier's DIY series, which so far has chronicled his journeys in China and other exotic locations.