Cody Borchers — Season recap May 15, 2015 | Cody Borchers
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Summerize your sled May 7, 2015 | Aaron Bernasconi
The Dirtbag Bible May 3, 2015 | Colin Wallace
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The hunt was successful! We left Golden on April 1, first stop Valemount! We found good snow up high there. We rode for 2 days and kept an eye on the weather farther north… and began to see the makings of a 4-5 day blue sky window, so we planned to head to Stewart on Day 3. We left the snow in our rearview just west of McBride. Immediately thoughts crossed our mind—are we putting in 12hrs behind the wheel just to get skunked? Should we have stayed where we knew the conditions were good and Read more […]
No Snow, No Problem… Checking in with McNolty318. “It’s no secret, winter this past season on the West Coast was less than consistently awesome. A lot of people were bummed out and I’ll fully admit that I had moments of bitterness. Now you ask my winter friends they will tell you: if I’m not working, I’m going sledding period! If winter doesn’t show up, I am going to find it, and that’s exactly what I did. This year’s first ride started off no Read more […]
On my way home from work I slammed into a deer going full highway speed, and let me tell you that Ford Explorers EXPLODE when you hit things… all I could see was a deer in the air and a rain cloud of plastic parts showering down on me. Instantly I felt my back tighten up and my neck is began to ache, whiplash had set in and I was furious!
Pro Mod qualifying and finals were on the menu. The Mod sleds are evil, vicious monsters built from the ground up to eat snow and annihilate the rough. They crackled, they spit, the turbos wailed and the top pro racers qualified for the finals.
Ronnie was totally stoked to explore the possibilities with the Timbersled and the amount of freeriding terrain the snow covered backcountry has to offer. For me it was really fun to show Ronnie the new sport that has consumed me for the last few years and now he really knows why.