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It’s a wrap and man was it awesome.
Thirty-four-year-old Ryan Flynn from Damariscotta, Maine, and 14-year-old Lindsay Stewart from Cape Elizabeth, Maine took first place in the men’s and women’s divisions today at the 2nd Annual Sugarloaf Banked Slalom. The two-day Banked Slalom is a snowboard-only, open registration event, in which snowboarders young and old compete on a winding course of banked turns […]
This happens to be the same weekend as the US Open, which if you are into things like Banked Slaloms, you probably won’t miss one bit. Also, Seth Wescott is hurt, which means you might even have a chance at winning! New England snowboarders will face the ultimate test of skill and agility at the […]
We sure do love our Banked Slaloms here in the Northwest. All the thrill of the contest with none of those pesky tricks required! Shred Northwest is putting on the first annual Bone Zone Banked Slalom at Timberline next month, and if you want to win with out having to do double corks, you should […]
When it comes to a banked slalom competition, the worst possible turn of events after a day of pounding rain would be a massive temperature drop. The mushy berms would turn to solid ice, and on a course such as the one for this year’s Dirksen Derby, fly outs and tree collisions would be a […]
by Nicholas So I am back to talk more smack with a new list of things you must do if you wanna fit in with the Mt. Baker / Glacier locals. Mostly I am talking about people that are my friends so it makes it even more fun. The Banked Slalom bonfire: Almost as hot […]