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First-Ever Water Backflip!

August 24, 2015 |

If you’ve ever wondered what Swedish dudes get up to in the summer, the answer will pop your mind. David Burman from Arjeplog in northern Sweden just completed the first-ever water backflip on a sled. Burman wasn’t the only one attempting the trick, with Adam Thomelius giving it a go as well but was having difficultly keeping momentum on the water landings. Here’s the edit from Burman’s record setting jump. It’s amazing what you can do when you have nearly 24 hours of daylight to practice! Read more […]Read More

2015 Sled Film Teasers

August 20, 2015 | 2

The 2015 sled film teasers from the big production companies are out now, and they’ve left us dying to see the full-length films. For that we’ll have to wait a little while longer, but in the meantime, here they are all in one place to satisfy your cold weather cravings. From what we can tell, it looks like the filmmakers have really upped the production value of their offerings this year with some pretty slick looking cuts. And it doesn’t take long to see that they athletes have continued Read more […]Read More

Guide to Summertime Activities

August 19, 2015 |

I prefer to sit on the couch in my underwear. With the blinds closed of course, the sun coming in through the window could harm my pasty white skin.Read More

Cdub’s Off-Season Training Regimen

July 20, 2015 |

  Wanna rip the face off a honey badger the next time you go sledding? Stupid question. Of course you do. Having the strength to be able to put your machine where you want is half the battle, the other half is convincing yourself you can. It’s the mental game that separates great sledders from ok sledders. If you’re like me and consistently celebrate mediocrity, no style and no talent, then you’re going to need brute strength to get your sled around in the mountains.     Here’s Read more […]Read More

Ski-Doo T3: Is bigger really better?

June 25, 2015 |

In 2014/2015 I was lucky enough to ride a Ski-Doo 163” T3 from No Limits Motorsports in Squamish. I was planning on riding my 2014 Ski-Doo 154” XM for the season, but a last minute decision from all the hype of the new design was not to be missed! It took a good few days to get the hang of the new machine with its sensitive tipping point, but once I learned how to use its agile ergonomics to my advantage, riding seemed effortless. I was no longer leaning my full upper body into carves. Maneuvering Read more […]Read More

Summertime blues and the yardwork solution

June 12, 2015 |

Don’t be shy, mow everything. The garden, perennials, annuals, weeds, grass, shrubs, that ornamental orange tree, just mow it all man.Read More

Chris Burandt And Matt Entz Talk Avalanche Airbags

June 11, 2015 |

Shredders Chris and Matt took time out of a May ride to talk about avalanche safety, their airbag of choice and why they like them. Matt talks about wearing a vest-style pack, stating, “I like that it gets really tight around me and it just keeps the load that’s within my pack close to me.” Chris has a preference for a smaller pack “because it’s a little bit lighter, and I’m really minimalistic on what I actually carry in here.” But Chris points out, it really doesn’t matter which style Read more […]Read More

Dream Catcher

June 11, 2015 |

Ahhh, the perks of being young… no responsibility AND you get to nap on your way to Revelstoke… Live it up, young Maverick Walker!


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Season Recap – Brodie Evans

June 1, 2015 |

“It is hard to believe that the season is done now, finishing up on a great note with 509’s spring heli-shoot to cap it off. This winter had its ups and downs with the unusually low snowpack and high freezing levels. The conditions made riding tricky, and we had to be sure to pick the right aspect and probe the landings in order to keep safe. Even though the snow didn’t quite cooperate, we managed to have a great time here in Revy. Having a solid crew to ride with—Derek Wood, Cody Borchers, Read more […]Read More

Maverick Walker and his Exit Shocks

May 27, 2015 | 1

Hello Everyone, Maverick Walker here! This year I have been riding and filming with Hickshow Productions for their new film coming out this fall, Followcam 6. I pushed really hard to get a great segment in the movie, which I feel has happened! It ended up being a great season despite the horrible snow conditions! I did have a couple of deep pow days this year, but not as many as I like. But the spring-like snow this year has pushed me to improve my chute climbing. With thanks to Justin Silber Read more […]Read More

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