Take care of your body, it's the only place you have to live. A mohawk, logo sticker, and beer will do just fine. Here's to another week, let's get into it.
Torment Weather Report: 24 inches in 24 hours for Aspen, CO last week. The left picture illustrates a pretty crazy headline to hear mid-winter, let alone before most resorts have even opened. The right picture was taken today.
Everything is impermanent.
"Velvet Castle is a run Travis Rice found and invited me to ride with him for Quiksilver's new film SEQUENCER. It was 3,653 feet of vert stretched over 1.3 miles that allowed me to ride over 4 minutes of the most technical pillow line riding I have ever ridden."
Austin Sweetin offers his POV from two runs down Velvet Castle. Reminded us of Travis Rice's POV from his Revelstoke line at NST last year.
From Mike Rav's camera roll...a BTS look at the photo that made it on the cover of issue SIX.
Congrats again, Dr. Zoom. Recap of the cover reveal—and everything else that ensued at the Depot—is live on the site.
"Holy shit. That was fucked up." Probably the most repeated phrase from this session with Ben Ferguson and Sage Kotsenburg at the iconic Ravine Gap circa 2017 (?).
A few close calls, with two heavy makes. Que the Art of Flight.
Last Saturday, Life is Plastic premiered alongside Sensesse's new movie in Salt Lake City. The final stop to their premiere tour.
Photo recap from the night here.
Instagram Clip of the Week: An Egan Wint clip to hold us over until Emotional Sucess.