Traveling Circus goes from weird to odd in the latest episode 5.3 The Wizard of Odd
Summer’s in full swing at Hood which means Windells is the happiest place on earth. Those lucky few campers last week during Traveling Circus week enjoyed weird park sessions, skateboarding, and ski giveaways. So jelly huh?
For those of you who haven’t made the summer pilgrimage to the mythical mountain that is Mt. Hood or are still thinking about it, here’s a playlist of our best memories from Hood over the years, just to push you over the fence.
Once finished, we suggest you get a crew together, save some gas money and pack a tent. See you there!
#5: Line Skis Team @Windell’s Camp Summer 2011
#4: Jeff Curry’s Wet Hot American Summer
#3: Traveling Circus 2.1 – Summer Jobs, Ski Bums & Mt Hood
#2: Traveling Circus 3.1 – Attack of the Sand People
#1: Traveling Circus 1.1 – Will & Andy go to Hood
For a couple days in late February, an epic Team Shoot went down at Snowbasin.
How epic you ask? With over 50 pairs of next year’s and top secret skis, 20+ Line skiers, 4 in house employees, 1 photographer, 1 videographer, the TC Crew and van, an 80 bedroom rental house w/ hot tub and heart shaped bathtub, oh and don’t forget that Snowbasin was our playground.
So yah… it was a good time. Here’s what went down….
Line Engineer, Smart Andy lugging dozens of top secret skis to test. Andy’s luggage charges might have broken a Delta record.
Shane, Ian and Eric waiting to get their ski on.
Mitch Gilman, Cole Drexler and Ian Compton showing off their bases.
TC Crew soaring like eagles (except Andy…. not sure if he left the ground)
… and he knows it
LJ, Mitch Gilman and Joss Christensen sessioned a freshly cut, massive pipe which had just been used for Dew Tour. So you know it was good.
In true LJ form, he decided that he was going to try a double in a pipe… his first ever attempt. Lucky for you we have video, enjoy!
Not only did Snowbasin offer a ton as far as our freestyle side of things, our freeride guys were able to get some serious testing and shooting done on some amazing terrain.
Eric Olson and Colter Hinchcliffe getting some freshies
Poster worthy photo from Alex O’Brien
Annie Aschim showing off that edge-to-edge
After all the skiing was done everyone prepared for what would be several nights of ridiculous amounts of food, drinks and hot tub sessions.
TC van got groceries for night one. Yes this food only lasted about one day.
Andy making Mom proud by helping unload the groceries.
With a blizzard coming through that knocked out power, Marketing Guy Ryan McBride had to grill up burgers via headlamp, flames and a puffy
Even cooked up some tots (top right in the foil)
Giray Dadali left speachless
Annie Aschim and Steph Meyers enjoying the party
Ian Compton sticking to his pickle diet
We’re a big family here at Line, so there was no way we wouldn’t celebrate Marketing Manager Josh Malczyk’s birthday right with some brownies… normal ones I think.
Thanks to Snowbasin, our photographer Alex O’Brien, videographer Joe Gaetani and everyone who made it! We all had a great time and are ready to keep representin’ the brand that’s been skiing the wrong way since 95′.
The Line Skis Mountain Command Team is a mix of the most talented, unique and individual skiers in the world. How can a bunch of individuals be a team you ask? Their creativity is the bond that connects them, driving the voice of our brand and beating the drum of new ways to look at the mountain, the streets, backcountry and everywhere in between. We’re proud of these riders who every day bring something new to all aspects of skiing. Where there’s snow and enough room to slide on it, you’ll find Line MCs. Enjoy the edit and please purchase/download/watch the films in the list at the end to support the companies that support these riders and help push skiing to new levels.
Congrats to Gregory Tomney for winning the poetry contest and thanks to everyone who entered. It was hilarious. He won a new Line Jib Hoodie!
Our runner up prize goes to Ben Emery who won our hearts by sending us a song of his poem. Without further ado, here’s Ian Compton reading Gregory’s poem! To win Line gear and enter more contests visit LineTravelingCircus.com and Be a Fan on Facebook!
So an impromptu video edit comp popped up at Mammoth and the Traveling Circus (at least what was left of it, Will had to jet early) put together a lovely edit to put up against the Clownschool/4bi9 and Montage Crews (Click for more info). Special thanks to Garrett Russell for throwing down on his home court and Colin Farrel of On Point Productions for editing up this beauty.
If you like what you see and want to help the Traveling Circus win an imaginary prize from Newschoolers.com, CLICK HERE and vote in the gray survey box on the right on the Newschoolers.com homepage.
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