Welcome, Dylan Thompson
Look up evolution in the dictionary and you’ll see: “a process of change in a certain direction.”
Nothing better represents that commitment to change and progression than the Park City All Stars and the manner in which these athletes push the envelope of creativity in film and competition. Today the “I Ride Park City” team continues to evolve with the announcement of its newest All Star: Dylan Thompson.
“I have enjoyed riding Park City since I first moved out to Utah and to be joining such a sick team feels really good,” Dylan told us about joining up with the All Stars. We’re glad he’s here.
If you don’t know Dylan’s riding, we look forward to introducing him to you in the edits to come this season. If you do, you know you have a great new reason to stay dialed into the blog.
Dylan’s reputation for versatility distinguishes him as a rider, and the man backs up the rep. “I like riding everything,” he told us. “I mostly film on urban type stuff. I love riding pow and I would like to spend more time filming it in the future. I also ride as much park as I can in between trips.”
Fellow All Star Dan Brisse knows there's a lot to love about Dylan's riding, “This kid’s got so much talent he can pretty much do anything. His urban riding is top notch and I look forward to watching him in years to come.”
Get ready to see a lot of Dylan here this season. Evolution.
Season passes for the 2013-14 season are on sale now, and at a special limited-time price. Plus, a 2013-14 season pass gets you deals at 5 other resorts across North America.
This year, get a youth or teen PCMR 2013-14 season pass and you're getting hooked up with a free License 2 Ride at five other premier resorts across North America. We're also offering you a deal on a week of summer camp at any Woodward Camp.
The most fun snowboarding competition on Earth is back and it's coming this way when TransAm finals are held right here on Saturday. We've got the link for you to register at now - grab your chance to go up against the top dogs of the 2013 TransAm tour.
Kicking a little throwback love to some of our favorite IRPC edits from recent years.
If you missed the U.S. Halfpipe Grand Prix on NBC, we got you covered with a handful of videos from the event.
Another beautiful day in the Eagle Superpipe, and this time the pipe belonged to the skiers.
It was an amazing day in the Eagle Superpipe as the top Men's and Ladies' Snowboarders took to the air in the 2013 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix.
Freeski qualifying has finished for the day, with both the men's and women's finals fields locked in for a huge day Saturday in the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix Halfpipe finals.
A big first day of competition at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix Halfpipe in the superpipe was capped off in the biggest way possible - the Paul Mitchell Progression Session Big Air.
The men got things started in the morning, but the women provided a great encore with their own Snowboarding Halfpipe qualification and semifinals in the afternoon. Two heats of 31 riders were widdled down to 6 for Friday's finals.
The men aired it out in the superpipe this morning, fighting for one of the 12 spots in Friday's Sprint U.S. Grand Prix Men's Snowboarding Halfpipe final and the results are in.
World-class competitors and local talent come together to compete in Big Air next to the superpipe today. Check it our for free before heading up to Main Street for tonight's free concert!