Cole Drexler: Evan Heath Edit
Evan Heath spends a few hours shredding with Cole Drexler in 3 Kings terrain park at Park City.
Sam Taxwood throws down on the wall ride on a beautiful Park City day.
The sun is shining and the park is firing. The "I Ride Park City" crew has been sessioning day and night logging hours for the new movie coming next Fall.
Utah's finest rail slayers threw down under the lights of 3 Kings.
Sam Taxwood sends it on the 60 footer in 3 Kings. Lots of filming is happening each day for the upcoming "I Ride Park City" movie.
This Saturday Cobra Dogs threw a huge grand opening party with DJ Matty Mo from Skullcandy, All Stars signing autographs, sunshine, hot dogs, smiles and beer.
The goods just keep dropping. The All Stars were out in full force nearly every day this past week, as was most of the SLC shred scene. These guys put in the work and Rob Mathis was there to capture it all.
Three lifts, eight runs, 20 features and one jump were all available on the first day of the season – making for one of the Resort’s biggest Opening Days in years. A slew of All Stars were hand including Tanner Hall, Tom Wallisch, Sage Kotsenburg, Scotty Arnold, Joss Christensen, Aaron Bittner, Erin Comstock, Ashley Battersby, Alex Schlopy and Torah Bright.
When the crew from Saga Outerwear stops by Park City, you know some killer photos are going to make their way to your computer screen. Even when the resort hasn't opened, these guys do a damn good job of making us look good. We hope you're ready for Winter because it's here.
"I Ride Park City" ads featured in Freeskier, Snowboarder and Transworld Snowboarding. Be sure to pick up a copy of your favorite shred publication to see them up close and glossy.
Go behind the scenes of filming for "I Ride Park City" in the 2010-2011 season with Stevie Bell, Sage Kotsenburg, Dan Brisse, Louie Vito, Aaron Biittner, Shaun White, Scott Stevens, and Bode Merrill.
Rob Mathis pulled together more images from the filming of "I Ride Park City" webisodes. Feast your eyes on these works of art.
Snowboarder Magazine brought the world's best under-age shredders (18 and under) to throw down on some massive features built by Jeremy Cooper and his talented terrain park crew for The Launch.