Yep, its that time of year again, time to enter the Bone Zone. Here's a few tricks from Ted and Brandon:
And here's a few from Mike Mo:
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Recently, TWSnow made a post about all these mustache's and stuff that they thought were just so great. Well, they forgot to add a few of the most mind bending, hair blowing, lady killing stache's out there. Therefore we decided that we would do our own version of the mustache game. Can you match the homie to the number?
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Whole lot of stuff happening up there in the mountains these days. Check out Mouse and the Brighton crew working on the rails for this year's park above, and below is an extra special sneak peak of a few new Bone Zone impmrovements.
These are just a few of the many new features for the coming season, including the super sweet hippie commune. Remember where the OG bone zone is located? Welp, thats where this one is too. So come on up.
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
I've been spending lots of time in the desert this fall, and it has given me time to really do some pondering.... Several members of the dinocrew are graduating from college in December, therefore freeing up commitments that have pulled on our shoulders for the past four to five years. This winter, the core dinocrew will be bouncing from spot to spot throughout the west, in search of crisp beverages, new friends, good times and of course fresh snow. Dinobots have now entered a new zone of freedom, which will allow full commitment to a truly down to earth, experience
We hope that you will join us in this journey towards salvation.
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
This blog needs some action! its been quite some time since i posted on this blog and the reason for that being is because its been summer temperatures where i live so i sort of forget about posting things to snowboarding blogs. although, last wednesday i went to the Satellite reunion at the Fox theater in Boulder and it was a great time. They played about 6 or 7 snowboarding/skating movies. There was smiling faces all over the place, cool dudes, cool babes, and a cool bar so everyone could get drunk. trust me man it was cool. they played some local summit county boarding flick which was pretty darn good, the new VG movie which was awesome to watch as well, the satellite skate movie which was swell, some other movie, and another one, and the technine flick, which i didn't actually stay and watch because it was the last of the 7 movies and i was a little burnt on the boarding flicks. but the one movie that caught my eye the most was the new Airblaster movie, Respect Your Elders. It is much different than all the other new snowboarding movies that i have seen this fall. my guess is that some people are not going to like this movie, some will appreciate it and some will love it. but not all will like it. its a lot of powder turns, no gigantic insane moves. once again airblaster has done it, they have somehow captured snowboarding in the way that i love it. so if you like nice soft turns and smooth moves, and road trips. then check out the new airblaster movie. you might just enjoy it!