Brighton Resort was nice enough to host a free rail jam last Saturday. Check out the madness that went down on the jibs and mini booter!
Whatever your Thanksgiving routine usually consists of, whether that be copious amounts of turkey, touch football or passing out while watching the Detroit Lions loose, we have a new activity to add to your Thanksgiving week. Killington’s Loaded Turkey Rail Jam is going down on Sunday, November 21st at Killington and will be full of slams, frozen turkeys and prizes.
So clear your calender on the 21st from 11am on, who knows you might be able to provide for your family with a FREE frozen turkey. For more info and to pre-register go to Killington.com
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Early season terrain park
Registration is open to skiers and riders. Pre-registration is available online on Nov. 3, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. EST The cost will be $15 for all divisions. Due to the location of the event, competitors will be required to have a season pass/lift ticket in order to compete – a $35 discounted lift tickets will be available for competitors to purchase.
All participants of the Loaded Turkey Rail Jam must fill out an Express Assumption of Risk form, save time and fill yours out now. If you are under 18, you will need a parent/guardian to sign your form.
|9:00-10:00 a.m.||Registration / check-in, 3rd floor of the K-1 Lodge|
|10:45 a.m.||Athlete meeting at top of venue|
|11:00-12:00 p.m.||Skier qualifiers|
|12:00-12:15 p.m.||Event venue maintenance|
|12:15-1:15 p.m.||Rider qualifiers|
|1:30-1:45 p.m.||Finals practice|
|1:45-2:15 p.m.||Final rail jam (skiers and riders)|
*ALL TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
- Female Skier
- Male Skier
- Female Rider
In each of the four divisions, top place competitors will receive:
|1st Place||Turkey and prizes from our sponsors|
|FREE entry into Rails 2 Riches on December 11, 2010|
|2nd Place||Box of stuffing and prizes from our sponsors|
|3rd Place||Cranberry Sauce and prizes from our sponsors|
Additionally, the judges will select one skier and one rider to receive the “Mini Shredder” award.
There are some out there (the fortunate few) who are getting powder days in as I am writing this. For the rest of us who are patiently waiting for snow, don’t feel like hiking 2000 feet or have 9-5 jobs, here are two episodes of KGB Productions’ Wyoming Triumph to keep your powder fix at bay. Sit back and enjoy Episode 1, which is a rerun from last year, and the brand new Episode 2!
Part 1: Snowing in Jackson (RERUN)
Part 2: Early Season in Wyoming (NEW)
For more clips and info, check out Wyoming Triumph’s site. Make sure to only vacation in WY, not move there. We don’t want to be responsible for pissing off locals.
From the frozen tundra of Ontario, CASG crew member Cole Drexler slays as hard as the ground in which he hails. Ok so Waterloo might be more suburbia than tundra but tundra sounds better doesn’t it? Anyways make sure to keep reading and get a grasp on how this kid from Ontario is killin’ it with his Afterbangs in his interview with SBCSkier.com
With his local band of misfits behind him and the industry turning heads and pages, just make sure you get front row when he comes to a city near you. -Max Hill
So Cole, where are you resting your head these days?
In my rez building at McMaster University, here in Hamilton, Ontario. Single beds aren’t fun though, no room for movement. I’m studying multimedia and communications, which is probably one of the easier programs only. I only have one midterm!
Where do you see that taking you?
Hopefully somewhere in the ski industry, whether it’s with filming/editing of some sort or even design work. I want to stay in this industry because it’s pimp and I’d be working with something I am actually passionate about. I don’t care for huge pay cheques as long as I’m doing something I love, skiing, and am able to live comfortably.
If you love what you do, you won’t work a day in your life. What’s your plan for the winter?
This semester I’m sticking to school, because it was the easiest thing to do for rez as first year student. That being said, I’m gonna shoot every single thing on and around campus with my homie Ralph Damman. I’m also planning to ski Blue Mountain every weekend and get in some Christmas and reading week trips. Once school’s done, I want to spend my spring in Whistler or Mammoth.
Oh and get some shit rolling with Traveling Circus again.
Who else from CASG will be spending their winter in Ontario?
Everyone will be around at some point or another. Max and Jessica are popping off doing their thing out west, but other than that the rest of us are here. I have a good feeling Matt Brindisi is going to blow up this year and I think Ralph wants to make more edits so we’ll see how that goes. We never end up filming as much as we want to but hopefully we get some more tape rolling.
How many edits do you guys plan on dropping? When can we expect the first one?
15. Realistically though, probably 4 or 5. That’s my goal at least. I want to get as many as possible out there, but at the same time we aren’t going to be putting out edits for the sake of getting something out there. If that makes sense? We have to get some good shit before our first edit drops but you guys can defintiley expect some bangin tricks you’ve never seen before.
“The first edit will be dropping November 11th, 2010. Remember the date.” – Max Hill
READ MORE HERE for the rest of the in-depth interview where Cole talks about skiing and it’s place in action sports along with his guess on what he’ll be doing in 5 years.
This knight got his leg chopped but ’tis only a scratch. This artwork was found in the realms of the Line office and the artists’ unknown. Possibly the Red Knight is on the gallant steed whilst the two slain are Andy and Will? You decide for yourself on this awesome first edition of Mail In Monday.
Oh and don’t forget to appreciate including the Pin Pole as his weapon of choice!
Send in your artistic designs with your sticker requests of comics, pictures of Line riders or just a letter expressing your deepest, dying love and affection for Line and everything that comes with it.
With Winter fast approaching, Erik Olson and I drove his new(old) Honda CRV to Utah from Western New York State. 205,000 plus miles on it and still going strong! If only the drive was as short as my edit…
Traveling on the road is great but sometimes you just need to take it easy and crawl into your cave room.
Being in a partly finished basement has its good points and its bad points. One great thing is I can hardly tell if its light out, so sleeping in is not a problem. Other dope thing is the open fiberglass insulation that is chilling above me, Mesothelioma anyone?
Although I got stuck in the basement my room is still way cooler then Will’s.
The hastily painted light blue walls that are surrounding me needed to be covered up, so tee shirts, posters, hats and whatever else I can find I’m tossing on the walls.
All in all basement cave room isn’t that bad, its better then living in a cardboard box or a hallway.
Even though ‘Look on the Bright Side’s Canadian and US Tour might not cause every citizen to see life in a more positive light, the crew over at Voleurz sure is doing their best! With stops at 30 locations across North America this fall, people will be high-on-life (and skiing) ready to take on the winter with good vibes.
Now the next thing you need to do:
1. Figure out the nearest location playing ‘Look on the Bright Side’ below
2. Put it on your calender
3. Invite all your friends (especially those that are willing to drive)
Revelstoke, BC- Oct 19th @ Outabounds Nightclub
Banff, AB- Oct 21st @ The Dancing Sasquatch
Fernie, BC- Oct 23rd @ Bulldogs – Featuring Small Town DJʼs
Calgary, AB- Oct 25th @ The Den (UofC) – Movie at 10:30pm
Edmonton, AB- Oct 26th @ The Billiard Club – Movie at 10:30pm
Shawinigan, QC- Nov 5th @ La Cité de L’énergie – Movie at 8pm
Vancouver, BC- Nov 5th @ Club FiveSixty – Doors at 9:00pm / $10 tix / $15 door
London, ONT – Nov 6th @ London Taphouse
Collingwood, ONT – Nov 13th @ Rustyʼs at Blue
Whistler, BC- TBA
Victoria, BC- TBA
Ottawa, ONT- TBA
Burlington ONT- TBA
Barrie, ONT- TBA
Boulder, CO- Oct 21st @ UC Boulder (VAC 1B20) with the Boulder Freeride Club and Pirate Productions
Gunnison, CO- Oct 26th @ Western State College (North Conference Roomm – College Center) / 7:30pm / FREE
Crested Butte, CO- Oct 28th @ Brick Oven Pizzaria / 7:30pm doors / FREE / Product Toss and Give-aways!
Aspen/Snowmass, CO- Oct 29th @ Hunter Bar / 8:30 doors / FREE / Presented by D&E Ski and Snowboard Shop
San Francisco, CA- Nov 6th @ D-Structure shop / 9pm doors / Live DJ / FREE cover / Raffle and Product toss
Vashon, WA- Nov 13th @ Vashon Theatre / 1:30pm / Itʼs a fundraiser $5 students $7 adults
Flagstaff AZ- @ Northern Arizona University
Seattle, WA- @Neumos with EVO.com Salt Lake City, UT-TBA
For up-to-date info visit: http://voleurz.com/words/2010/tour-dates-so-far/
LJ Strenio, Ross Imburgia, Erik Olson and I headed to open gym the other night for some Trampoline action. Made a little edit with the Go Pro. Enjoy!
Vote for our riders LJ Strenio and Joss Christensen for King of Style 2011 in Stockholm. All you gotta do is hit “Like” you lazy bums. Obviously your not skiing, why don’t you fill the void by watching these?
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