Neff Land Episode 1
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.
The Sochi Games are just days away, and while we'll be rooting hard for every Team USA athlete - from the curlers to the figure skaters - we'll be cheering especially hard for 2 athletes in particular: because they're our very own! Slopestyle snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg and slopestyle freeskier Joss Christensen are both Park City locals and both part of "I Ride Park City" All Stars. Both will be in medal contention, and we couldn't be prouder to have them as representatives to the world both of our mountain and their hometown of Park City.
There's no right or wrong way to hit this thing.
The Pole Jam will let you get silly in every which way.
Featuring Andrew Holson, Dylan Ferguson, Steve Stepp, Tom Wallisch, Nicky Keefer, John Ware, Will Berman, Dylan Sondrup, Dale Talkington, Tyler Barnes, and Friends. Shot and Edited by AJ Dakoulas
The season might be winding down at Park City Mountain Resort, but that doesn't mean the park isn't in full force. Some might even say that the park is the best it has been all winter. Watch as Blaze Kotsenburg, Griffin Seibert, Caleb Flowers, Ozzy Henning, Spencer Schubert, Scotty Arnold, Scott Stevens, and Brandon Hobush show you just how much fun a slushy park and pipe can really be.
The sixth installment of the IRPC series, featuring Chris Beresford, Sean Black, Shane Wright, Alex Sherman, Cody Rosenthal, Broc Waring, Griffin Siebert, Nils Mindnich, Alex Rodway, Ben Bilodeau, Dylan Thompson, Aaron Biittner, Nick Julius, and Sam Taxwood.
A super mellow 6" downbar to dial your rail tricks on.
The quad kink DFDFD is currently set up at the bottom of Bunny Hollow in the 3 Kings park.
The fourth episode of the I Ride Park City ski series features Tom Wallisch, Dale Talkington, John Ware, Dave Euler, and Tyler Barnes sessioning both the 3 Kings and King's Crown runs including the 80 foot booter. Filmed and edited by AJ Dakoulas, additional filming by Mike McLeod.