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No-name rail hammers
Looks like the stupid looking bitches might be blowing up. This edit managed to find its way to the Ashbury blog before they even sent it to us (of course, they fucked up the crew name.) Hopefully, they’ll still remember the little people when they’re super snowboard famous. Park stunts performed at Wild mountain, Hyland, [...]
Saved from a dead harddrive at long last. Riders: Cole Linzmeyer, Jordan Daniels, Colin Ofloy, Kent Leng, Connor Southard, Brett Spur, Scott Rutherford Edit: John Cywinski wftced.blogspot.com
No sponsors, No budget, No bullshit. Just Friends Snowboarding. Complete with busted bro-cams, HD hammers, your favorite pros, and people you’ve never heard of and don’t care about. This is our movie. Oh yeah, and check out the pictures from the premiere while you’re at it. http://houseof1817.blogspot.com/
Clear your schedules! On Friday Oct. 29th at the Suburban World Theater at 7:30 PM, the House of 1817 Movie is premiering! FOR Free! There will also be a costume contest and anyone who shows up in costume will receive a free copy of the DVD. The premiere will be the only place you can [...]
Minnesota has been pumping out snowboard super stars for years, so it’s no surprise that House of 1817′s weekly edits were full of hammers. Monday Minute was arguably the best video series of last season, so when the 1817 Movie was announced, you damn well should have been excited. Riley Erickson was kind enough to [...]
The 10th project from Minnesota’s Bald E-gal, featuring Viktor Simco, Nate Lavik, Randy “The Killer”, Brandon Larson, Shane Ruprecht, Dan Brisse, Cody Beiersdorf, Ryan Paul & Pals. Yes.
Midwest what! Damage boardshop locals Eric Enquist and Jared Jordan with a cameo from Ethan Deiss, fresh off a broken collarbone.
Everywhere you look there is the possibility to get creative on your snowboard. Here, with some shovels, a garbage can and a few ideas borrowed from skateparks, Ricky Tucker, Brandon Larson, Jordan Michelot, and I make a spot.
Photo: Oli Gagnon Meeting someone in person that you’ve grown up watching in videos or reading about in magazines can be a crippling mental experience – especially if it’s someone that you’ve held in high regards. It’s the first opportunity you’ll get to experience them firsthand, minus the ass-fooling effects of a media filter. Sadly, [...]