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Mountain Sledder Magazine | June 24, 2017

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Black Eyes – Jon Jean

January 11, 2015 |

Hey there, Sleddermag.com! Here’s the story about the day I broke my nose. My buddy Aaron and I were planning on going up to so-and-so zone near Revy, and then Brodie Evans and his crew were coming up like an hour later and we were gonna meet up. Anyway, Aaron … Read More

Ride Report – Nick Woods

January 7, 2015 |

  Hey Sleddermag.com, Nick Woods here. Well, another winter season has come and yet again we were dealt another awful early-season snowpack here on the coast, with super high freezing levels and a lack of snow that forced a late start to the season for me. So I was beyond excited … Read More

Two knuckleheads install a Skinz ARC kit

December 8, 2014 | 3

Two regular ol’ meatheads install the Skinz ARC with only a pair of vise-grips, a rubber mallet, and grim determination.   SKINZ ARC — WHAT IS IT? There is a lot of buzz out there about the new ARC product from Skinz. For those who don’t know much about it, … Read More

Film Review – Winter Project

November 24, 2014 | 3

  THE PROJECT What’s different about this film is the way that it came together. Unable to secure the necessary funding for a feature-length action documentary through traditional channels, the Anchorage Alaska based Hybrid Color Films collective decided to put it to their audience—and started a Kickstarter campaign. The sled … Read More

MOUNTAIN SLEDDER CHECKS IN WITH BRAD GILMORE

November 22, 2014 |

  Mountain Sledder: How long have you lived in Fernie, and what prompted the move there? Brad Gilmore: I have lived in Fernie for 3 1/2 years now. I grew up in the small town of Pemberton, tucked away behind Whistler. I spent my entire life there chasing hockey games, motocross … Read More

Riding Tip: Wheelies

February 3, 2014 |

We finally had a chance to get out and film and hang out, but the conditions were less then favourable. We found a few sheltered low exposure slopes to play on and practice wheelies and slow controlled side hills.Read More