In Good Co. is our opportunity to interview riders from different places while they visit the the state we call home. For this one, we caught up with Jake Kuzyk while he was taking a break from sessioning a backyard setup in Summit County.
Watch Steve Lauder get loose in the streets in his part from Buck 90/ UKC's "Itis." According to the Buck 90 instagram, the part isn't officially out until tomorrow, but here at Snowboard Colorado we are all about the breaking news. Sorry guys!
Aspen Mountain has announced they will open five days early, starting the season this Saturday, November 22. Originally scheduled to open on Thanksgiving Day, a recent storm, which brought 21 inches of fresh snow to the area, has allowed the resort to open early.
Looks like the Hobo Headwear crew is unloading their footage from last season. Watch them lap Park Lane in this funky edit. Don't worry, it shouldn't be long before Breck's park is open for the season.
"Imagine if 200 Rollerbladers started coming to your skate park that could only hold a max of 20 skaters. Nothing against skiers, if it wasn’t for them we might not have metal edges. I’m just saying be ready to dodge, snowboarders or skiers."
The Arrow, Endeavor, Gemini, Comet, Meteor, and Spirit lifts will be turning, which will service Village Way, Parkway, Porcupine, and Sorensen. The early-season terrain park will be on Sorensen, with over 10 features and a dedicated platter lift.
After the disappointing announcement from Keystone that they would have no early season park on opening day, the resort has bounced back with the help of 18" of natural snow in the last 48 hours and will open Area 51 this Friday.
Pat and Jake (Director of Mr. Plant) were semi-recently in Denver to premiere their new film, Mr. Plant. Beers were had, movies were played, and conversations were recorded. Things may have gotten out a little weird at the end, but it's fitting as Mr. Plant is no ordinary movie.