7.4 – “Chunder Down Under”
G’Day Mate! The Traveling Circus heads south to the continent of Australia, land of the majestic and noble Kangaroo in the latest episode of Season Seven, “Chunder Down Under.” Watch Will Wesson, Andy Parry, Max Hill and filmer Shane McFalls immerse themselves in local culture and music (Who gave Andy a didgeridoo?) while exploring the resorts of Thredbo and Mt. Buller with local skiers Doodle Dowdall, Adam Kroenert & Talae Rodden and always meeting fascinating characters like Disco Stu.
ABOUT LINE TRAVELING CIRCUS:
Admission is free! No high-end production crews, annual movie sales, snowmobiles or AK heli trips here. Powered by more creativity, ingenuity and hyperactivity than a 3rd grade art class, this band of misfit skiers is led by die-hard ski bums Will Wesson and Andy Parry. Criss-crossing the globe in search of angled surfaces to ski on, the Traveling Circus is part reality TV, part ski bumming. For comedy, adventure and skiing antics that prove truth is more entertaining than fiction make sure not to miss an episode. Every online webisode is watched hundreds of thousands of times by skiers around the world. This is the reason why the International Freeskiing Film Festival (IF3) presented the Line Traveling Circus with the first-ever “Best Webisode” award in 2010 and 2011. 3,000,000 views and counting!
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Line Skis: Designing & building skis, poles and softgoods by any means necessary to make skiing #MoreFunner LineSkis.com.
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*The Traveling Circus is Over for the season!
It’s the season six finale: Konichiwa! The Line Traveling Circus crew travels over 5,000 miles to Japan for noodles, monkeys and skiing. Part soap opera, part travel documentary, “Everybody Loves Ramen – Part One” features the antics of Will Wesson, Andy Parry, Garrett Russell and Cole Drexler traveling across Japan in search of creative features and all the noodles they can eat!
“I honestly, I don’t know the plan. We’re going to go skiing and then we’re going to drive some more and go more skiing.” – Andy Parry
Check out the photos from Will Wesson, Shane McFalls & Tatsuya Tayagaki!
ABOUT LINE TRAVELING CIRCUS:
Admission is free! No high-end production crews, annual movie sales, snowmobiles, or heli trips to AK here, just a couple of die-hard ski bums with a camera powered by more creativity, ingenuity & hyperactivity than a 3rd grade art class. This band of misfit skiers are lead by Will Wesson & Andy Parry on a year round adventure crisscrossing North America and beyond in search of an angled surfaces to ski on. It’s reality TV meets modern ski bumming, for comedy, adventure and skiing antics that proves reality is more entertaining than fiction. Each of the eight episodes per season are watched tens of thousands of times online by skiers around the world. This popularity is the reason the Line Traveling Circus has been recognized with the first ever prestigious award of “Best Webisode” at the International Freeskiing Film Festival (www.IF3.ca ).
Pictures are funnier when you’re having fun with friends.
At the beginning of the year, Line Skis & Newschoolers.com teamed up to find the best, the most fun group photo of friends enjoying skiing. Thus the Line Skis x Newschoolers GET IN THE VAN Group Photo Contest was born.
After one round of open voting, the top 5 crews were announced and sent to the Traveling Circus crew for them to review and pick the winners.
The winning crew would receive 4 pairs of skis & pointy sticks with grips!
So without further delay, we’re happy to announce that the winners of the Line Skis x Newschoolers GET IN THE VAN Group Photo Contest are…
Keenan Desplanques, Max Ickes, Vayle Townsend, Nico Schiavone and Garrett Coleman!
“This shot took about 8 attempts. Cant believe that this is actually going to be a part of the Line Traveling Circus!” – Keenan Desplanques
Congrats to the crew on winning the Line Skis x Newschoolers GET IN THE VAN Group Photo Contest. The group will receive 4 pairs of skis & pointy sticks with grips!
Watch More East Coast Hardcore Real Stuff…Part Two!
The Line Traveling Circus crew, now filming & releasing content for their sixth season, continues their journey in the latest release, “More East Coast Hardcore Real Stuff – Part Two” Join Will Wesson, Andy Parry, Cole Drexler, Charlie Dayton, Erik Olson & Shane McFalls as they wrap up their trip to the Northeast. Andy checks off a bucket-list line before the van and crew heads to Massachusetts and Pennsylvania to ski some park and eat some pizza.
What people are saying about the latest release:
“Andy doing something crazy since ’95″ – SkiWithMeBro
“ALWAYS PUTS A SMILE ON MYE[sic] FACE, every time” – pâl jensen
“Thanks you smelly beauties!” – GoodOleChrusty
A day at The Canyons with TC Crew!
Skiers: Jack “JB” Borland, Wiglaf, Roy Kittler, John Pascal JR, Chris Logan, Bill Fresson
The day started with Leo T dropping some crazy line and being followed by a few flying men (footage coming in the episode) ten heading up to the Val Park for a nice week ending session with everyone in the sun. Enjoy the pics!
Cloudy day up on the hill today so we took a drive down the valley and then up the 24+ switchbacks up to La Plange which was above the clouds (sort of). We were told about a nice skatepark to maybe build some stuff at. Build we did and fun we had. Enjoy the pics.
We had enough of running into walls or sliding down banisters for a few days and got up on the hill. It had snowed a bunch and finally went blue! If it’s snowing there’s basically no reason to go up the mountain because you can’t see anything. Enjoy the pics!
Spending eight hours pushing a 250 lb. box up a hill, eating week old pasta while living in a van or flipping through a small hole in tree branches. Episode three documents the some of the most dazed, ill-advised and stupid ways to have fun on skis.
Well after looking at the big mountains all around us and gawking at the plentiful walls, rails and bonks we could run ourselves into we decided to get to work. The Urban Canyon of Mystery was stop one for a nice line into the canyon throwing you into a double wall ride/bonk/horrific crash. Finshing the daylight with Andy sliding down some cement, gettgin yelled at by a nice French woman and getting barked at by her French dog. Tonight we’ll return to the urban madness with some new jibs we’ve created and might fire up the Red Bull winch..sooo Red Bull!!!! Enjoy the pics!
Old News is Good News
- “Better Late Than Never”
- Good Company – Watch it this Saturday!
- Behind the Line – Colter Hinchliffe
- More Funner Skis for 2015/16!
- Tom Wallisch goes Xtreme!