Travis Rice Wins in Hakuba, Mt. Bachelor Off Tap, Bryce Bugera Hits The Streets & Scotty James is Just The Best
19th of January 2017
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Australian seasonal snowboarder Bryce Bugera and his crew stepped to the streets in November and came out on the other side with one heavy edit. Bryce’s style is one of our favourites at the moment, paying homage to some of the early original gangsters. Click play and put it in the bowl.
Mt. Bachelor is looking all time at the moment, especially around the new Summit Chair area which has now opened up a ton of new terrain to access and explore. With an amazing start to the season with a heap of consecutive snowfalls, this video is 6 minutes of non-stop party boardin’. Jp Schlick (filmer) states that “this season has been killer, so much snow that we have at times posed the question – is this too much snow? The answer is never yes, there is always something to be had…”.
Travis Rice recently received a wildcard to compete in the Hakuba Freeride World Tour event and walked away with a near perfect score of 96.00. While most competitors were trying to navigate their way down the terrain without bailing, Travis brought the competition to life doing backside 7’s and front 3’s, in what looked like some pretty hefty riding conditions. Go Travis!
Scotty James arrives in Switzerland for his first competition for the season and all goes to shit…Get a behind the scenes look at the LAX Open and just how annoying coaches and managers can actually be.
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