All New "I Ride Park City" Freestyle Camp
Your parents have no clue why they call Tom Wallisch the "Pretzel King", they have never seen an "I Ride Park City" episode and the thought of spending all day with them on the mountain is probably horrifying. So rather than spending all week trying to convince your parents to let you go in the terrain park alone, get them to send you to camp!
"I Ride Park City" Freestyle Camp is a three-day camp for kids ages 9-15 who are intermediate skiers and snowboarders. You will learn new tricks in the park and pipe, improve your freeriding skills AND film with a GoPro and learn to edit a video in our editing lab.
I have taken part in multiple camps over the course of my snowboard career and can say first hand that these experiences were priceless. Being matched with a small group (5 to 1) of your same skill level, helps instill confidence and creates a support group cheering you on to success. Many times a kid will choose a ski or snowboard camp because they gain access to private features, built just for their level. Let's face it, Park City's terrain parks have some of the best athletes in the world skiing and riding through on a daily basis, and this can be intimidating for some. In the "I Ride Park City" Freestyle camp whether you are hitting your first jump, airing out of the Eagle Superpipe, mastering a 540 or just riding the mountain, we will find a group that's right for you.
You might be wondering what sets the camp apart from a freestyle lesson? During the course of the camp, you will be with the same coach and same group for all three days. At the end of camp you'll get a pizza party at PayDay pizza where awards will be handed out, games and more top-secret kids only stuff. Throught the camp you will film with GoPro's (with the help of coaches) and learn how to edit together a simple video to share with friends on Facebook and YouTube. The editing process will give coaches a chance to do video analysis. Sometimes seeing your mistake on the big screen is the best way to fix it.
The "I Ride Park City" Freestyle Camp has 5 sessions to choose from:
Presidents week, Wednesday to Friday, February 22 to 24
Spring breaks, Tuesday to Thursday, March 13 to 15, March 20 to 22, March 27 to 29, April 3 to 5
You can purchase the camp with lift tickets or for those who already have a season pass, without. So get your parents to send you to the "I Ride Park City" Freestyle Camp this Winter!
The Holy Bowly continues to rock and the pros are coming out of the woodwork to join in this progression bonanza! TWS Coverage - http://snowboarding.transworld.net/photos/lib-techs-holy-bowly-park-city-day-3-little-things/ Snowboarder Mag Coverage - http://www.snowboardermag.com/photos/lib-techs-holy-bowly-day-three-recap/
The Holy Bowly has begun and the best of the best are here showing us what true progression is. Centered around a 12-foot deep bowl at the base of Three Kings chair we have an amazing course for everyone to enjoy. Here are some links and a video from Day 1 of The Holy Bowly. Transworld Snowboarding Recap - http://snowboarding.transworld.net/photos/holy-bowly-park-city-day-1-finding-lines/ Snowboarder Mag Recap - http://www.snowboardermag.com/photos/lib-techs-holy-bowly-at-park-city-utah-day-1/
King Midas visit and now you're good as gold!
Bring your spacesuit because you're going straight to the moon.
After a hectic freeski season and competing on an injured knee, Monster Energy freeskier Tom Wallisch found some time at his home resort of Park City in Utah to stack some footage before he underwent season-ending surgery. Watch as he displays why—even at half speed—he's still the best in the game. Edit created by 4bi9 Media (www.4bi9media.com // @4bi9media) For more information on Tom Wallisch, follow him on Twitter & Instagram at @TWallisch
Get ready for some HOT snowboard action in this month's Every Third Thursday! Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew get back to the base-ics, experimenting with new technology to actually heat up the base of a snowboard and test out their theory that a hot base will go faster. Dave explains that the snow sliding action actually works from friction heating up the snow and forming a thin layer of water that the board slides on, but what if we speed up that process by incorporating a heat film into the base? Watch as Dave dials the base all the way up to 128-degrees and snowboarder Alex Cato heats up the slopes of Park City Resort.