As you know, when Labor Day approaches the itch for the season is already in full force. We’ve been seeing teasers and premiere schedules coming out for months now. The latest issues of the mags are in our mailboxes and there has even been snow in the Northern Hemisphere. Old man winter, bring it.
We’ve been pretty busy here over the past few months and thought it was past time we shared some of what’s to come for the upcoming winter season.
Back in May we told you about Neff Land, well things have gotten even sweeter since then with the addition of the Merrill Mini 13’ pipe. Jeremy took a trip to NY a few weeks ago to get the cutter all packaged up and ready to go. We’re excited to announce that the Merrill Mini will live above Neff Land, accessed by the King Con lift. Next time you see Bode, make sure you give him a high 5!
King’s Crown will be back! Last year was hard as we all know, but we are doing our snow dance rituals and paying close attention to the long-term forecast. We all know, long-term forecasts can be as dependable as your winning lottery ticket, but we’re buying it.
Cheddaconda Baby! Just a few short weeks ago, our homies at Cobra Dogs shut down their Govy stand, but we are getting things dialed for the 3rd season of the Cobra Dogs and Park City love affair.
We’ve got a few more announcements up our sleeve that we’ll share with you as soon as developments are finalized. Think teasers and fresh off the presses…..
Seriously, no King’s Crown? We know, it’s hard to hear and it wasn’t an easy decision, nor was it made light heartedly.
What may possibly be the most fun mini-park on the planet opened at Park City Mountain Resort today.
Daily updates from the I Ride Park City team filming and getting it done in the park.
"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.
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.
The world's top freestyle ski athletes were charging hard at the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships. The show these athletes put on in ski slopestyle and ski halfpipe helped pave the way for these events inclusion in the 2014 Winter Games.
In the last few weeks they've also dozed Jonesy's and built a new park called The Ridge off the Eaglet chair...what's the Eaglet chair? It's a chair we built for the Olympics, and it hasn't been used since the Games.