Sunday, November 7, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Shoot Out Contest Breakdown
-The contest goes down in a two-week window: seven days of build time and seven days of ride time.
-Each team is provided with a maximum of 210 groomer labor hours and 240 hand crew labor hours by the host resort.
-Each team consists of five riders (including one girl). If the team doesn’t include a female, they can only have four riders.
-Rider substitutions can only be made if a team member is injured.
-One photographer is assigned to shoot each team for the event.
-Each team can use a maximum of two filmers to shoot video.
-Each team must create a four-minute final video and submit a gallery of six photos for judging.
-Judging is broken into the event’s three main components: video, photos, and overall creativity.
-The winning team is awarded the September cover.
The Team Shoot Out winner is determined by adding the judging scores of all the contest criteria for the highest possible points total.
Sunday, July 18, 2010
For sale is a 159w Ride Kink. Perfect rail slayer. I have grinded down the edges for street but never had the chance to ride it due to back surgery. Still catches an edge the grinding is so you don't hang up on rails, ledges, etc. My loss your gain. Used 1 season before edges were grinded. Still has wax on it so you know I haven't beaten on this board. $200 o.b.o. im very flexible to trades or what not.