Park City's First in Utah with Jumps
Photos: Rob Mathis
Guess what...we've got booters! If you want to hit jumps in Utah then you better make your way over to Park City because we're the only resort in the state that has 'em. We opened our jump line this week with 30' and 45' jumps.
Park City All Star Sage Kotsenburg gave our jump line his seal of approval earlier this week. Here's a few photos from Sage's session.
Check out the first IRPC Neff Land edit with Blaze Kotsenburg, Sage Kotsenburg, Brandon Hobush, Stevie Bell, Zak Hale, Dylan Thompson and get to Park City to cure your sweet tooth craving.
Arnette has signed on as exclusive eyewear partner of "I Ride Park City".
Daily updates from the I Ride Park City team filming and getting it done in the park.
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.
We opened last week with a killer set up. Watch Alex Sherman, Scotty Arnold, Sage Kotsenburg, Blake Geis, Blake Paul, Sam Taxwood, Stevie Bell, Blaze Kotsenburg, Parker Duke, Knut Eliassen, Aaron Biittner, Tim Ronan, Chris Grenier, and Bode Merrill put a hurting to all of the features in 3 Kings terrain park.
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.
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.
Last week in Park City, Utah Monster Energy unveiled its latest in athlete support—it's own Bagjump. A Bagjump is a huge multi chambered airbag used to practice landing jump tricks into.
Park City Mountain Resort hosted a private Monster energy drink sponsored BAGJUMP session. On hand for the maiden voyage were Monster Athlete and PC All Star Sage Kotsenburg as well as Zak Hale, Scotty Arnold and Alex Sherman.