Posts ByMountain Sledder, Author at Mountain Sledder | Page 21 of 23
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 …
Have you ever wanted to get some awesome aerial footage of your riding? Until now, that required purchasing an expensive drone and camera, training yourself and friends to fly it, then having someone willing to operate it while you ride around in the backcountry. The solution to all that hassle is called …
“KLIM and Chris Burandt announced today a long-term partnership that will have the decorated snowmobile athlete, legendary adventure guide and backcountry-snowmobiling ace riding, guiding and filming exclusively in KLIM Technical Riding Gear.”
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.
This sledder is completely buried on a deep and sunny day at Blue Lake near Sicamous, BC. Thanks to his partners for their quick response! Watch the last few seconds to see where his sled ends up.
There aren’t too many riders willing to toss convention to the wind and rock a mono, so those that do tend to stand out from the crowd. Were they dropped as babies? Do they have a passion for the colour purple? Do they suffer from some debilitating personality defect in which popular opinion fails to register? OR… is it possible that they are the enlightened few who have figured out how beat the system? Hmmm.