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FNRad Snowboarding Podcast FNRad Snowboarding Podcast brings you interviews with Snowboarders. New episodes drop every Wednesday from November until April with a special Elmer episode every April 1!
‎Dark Starts Backcountry Splitboard Podcast Join your hosts Maxwell & Darrin as they talk with splitboarding and backcountry industry pros, gear manufacturers, and certified mountain guides. No matter how much experience you have in the backcountry, you'll learn everything there is to know along with us to take your tours and shredding to the next level. New episodes drop weekly – subscribe to get notifications when new episodes are Dropping.
‎The Snowboard Project The Snowboard Project offers an in-depth look into the world of snowboarding. Weekly news and interviews with those that have defined themselves as snowboarders give a unique perspective on the sport from the inside out.
The Everything Snowboarding & More Podcast Outdoor gear podcast featuring the latest snowboard news, outdoor gear reviews, splitboard reviews, ebikes, hunting and more.
Snowboarding As a beginner This is my first podcast so be mindful of that and also I hope you like it!
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Chair 2 Backcountry Snowboard Podcast The Chair 2 Backcountry Snowboard Podcast, hosted by retired snowboard shop owners and custom splitboard builders, Brendon and Stef Porter. Weekly shows discussing all topics associated with backcountry snowboard and splitboarding, including interviews with riders and industry professionals, trip reports, tech segments and more!
The adventures of snowboarding Tips on snowboarding with a guest!
The Rum and Stoke Ski & Snowboarding Podcast We’re passionate about skiing and snowboarding, and we’re going to give you a behind-the-scenes look at all things snowsports. Each week, we’ll bring on a guest, pour ourselves a rum and relive some of the biggest, craziest and funniest moments of their careers. From Olympic glory to apres-ski parties that got seriously out of control, pour yourself a drink and join us!
Let's Talk Snowboarding Talk about all things snowboarding with the hosts Professional Snowboarder Nate Haust, Mountain Vibez Co-Owner Emily Sorger, and Industry Wizard Jarett Shinoda with special big named guest hosts.

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Vurbl 10 On The Clock Full Episodes Listen to Xcluzive audio from the 10 On The Clock Podcast. Find Xcluzive analysis on weekly basketball takes, players of the week from both conferences, and games for every day of the week that we want you to check out! 10 On The Clock first debuted in 2021 with a dream and a lot of ambition to create a show that doesn’t fit the normal format of a show. Xcluzive Hype
Non-Series Shows Between each longer series, we take a look at some other shows – shows from the Clash of the Champions, shows that don't have a series, or even shows from completely different companies. Take a look at some of those with us! Let's Go to the Ring!
Vurbl Got Em' Coach Full Episodes Got ‘Em Coach is a sneakers and basketball show Hosted by Tyrone Smith that focuses on a variety of quality court-related content as well as good sneaker info. It revolves around lifestyle, fashion, basketball banters and everything good about the court life. Basketball means a lot of different things to different persons. For us, it is something special – an art, a dream and a passion. We consider basketball to be a very important part of what we do as a show and consider it as a very powerful channel of expression. Having this shown to share our passion with other basketball lovers is a significant thing and it is why each show is as important as the last. Xcluzive Hype
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Best from Scuba Shack Radio This Best from Scuba Shack Radio not only gives you some of the more interesting items from my podcast, it will also give you some things I found compelling from the world of scuba diving along with ocean health and conservation. Scuba Shack Radio
Top 21 Sports Podcasts of the Last Year No matter what sport you follow, there is sure to be a show you love on this playlist of the best sports podcasts of 2021. Listen to in-depth analysis of recent games, the latest news surrounding players, and all the general industry discussions every sports fan loves. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships
Major Professional and College Sports Master Playlist Listen to the some of the biggest name in sports from across the country talking about all the biggest stories from around all the major sports leagues such as the NFL, NHL, NBA, and MLB! Here from such names as Bill Simmons, Colin Cowherd, Rob Mendyka, Pat McAfee, the stars of Busted Open Radio and more! I'm Always Right Sports Podcast
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FNRad Jim Rippey Interview – Season 8 Episode 23 Jim Rippey had the best selling pro model in the world for seven years during my favourite era, the early 90’s. As a top Burton pro he filmed with Standard and Mack Dawg and his parts were highly anticipated. He is a World Champion, a US Open Champion, a three time Vans Triple Crown Champion, an Innsbruck Air & Style Champion and has won countless other titles. He’s the first guy to backflip a snowmobile on film. As his career was winding down, he became a chaplain at the X games. Jim Rippey is one of those pro snowboarders that fell off the map and left everyone wondering where did he wind up!? So In this conversation we catch up with Jim and go deep into his snowboarding roots.Support the show
FNRad Bud Fawcett Interview – Season 8 Episode 17 Bud Fawcett was among a handful of snowboard photographers who's images in early magazines made you look to see who took them. He shot with guys like Terry Kidwell, Shaun Palmer, Andy Hetzel, Tina and Mike Basich, Ranquet, and Craig. If you've seen his photos you know what I'm talking about when I say there's something very special about a Bud Fawcett image. His story begins with a road trip and we were on a road trip when we stayed with him at his home 40 years later… This is one of those life experiences I could not have imagine 8 years ago when FNRad started. I'm honoured and feel very proud to bring you this episode with Bud.Support the show
FNRad Krush Kulesza Interview – Season 8 Episode 18 Krush Kulesza is a snowboard event creator and director of Snowboy Productions who are the people behind Holy Bowly, DUH. and “It’s Tits” among other iconic snowboard community gatherings.Krush’s slogan “making shit radder than it was yesterday… since 1997” refers to Snowboy’s history of bringing together the world’s greatest snowboarders at bunch of different resorts along with media, industry and locals a feat no other event group is attempting on this scale. If you’ve seen pictures of Snowboy events then you want to attend and if you been to an event you want to go back!! you’re gonna love this conversation with this legendary, literal and figurative gatekeeper for the snowboard industries ability to enjoy itself, Krush Kulesza.The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caHosted byErik TraulsenSocial https://www.instagram.com/shredjesus/Sponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial Support the show
FNRad Ken Achenbach Interview – Season 8 Episode 19 Ken Achenbach is a Canadian snowboarder who changed the course of history by opening the world's first Snowboard shop in Calgary in the early 80's. Ken was friends with Jake Carpenter, Tom Sims, Craig Kelly, Regis Rolland, Chuck Barfoot, Evan Feen, and a million other pioneering snowboarders. Ken started Camp Of Champions on Blackcomb. He also placed 2nd (tied with Jeff Grell) at the second world championships of snowboarding in Soda Springs. He got second at the Legendary Banked Slalom at Mt Baker when it was simply the Banked Slalom. It is hard to explain how integral Ken has been in the innovation of snowboarding. I was lucky enough to ride with him last year and he still loves it, you can tell.. Here is an interview from his home in Whistler… the one and only Ken AchSupport the show
FNRad Jason Ford Interview – Season 8 Episode 21 Jason Ford was on the Burton Pro Team aside Brushie, Craig, Jacoby, Alex Warburton, Jimi Scott… you get the picture. And he was one of the competitors who really gave Craig a lot of pressure on the World Champion Title side of things. Just as Burton was negotiating a Jason Ford Pro Model, Jason, Tim Pogue, and a handful of industry rebels created Ride Snowboards. Jason and Ride made history and world wide news when Ride went public. In his third act as a pro snowboarder Jason helped Salomon develop a snowboard program. This conversation covers all this and more. Stoked to bring it to you!The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caSponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial https://www.instagram.com/anonoptics/Website Support the show
FNRad Schoph Interview – Season 8 Episode 22 Schoph is a British pro snowboarder turned promoter turned artist who made a huge impact on the snowboard scene in the alps. You've probably seen his artwork as he's done projects for LibTech (like Travis Rice's 2023 graphic), Volcom, Vans, Dragon, and many more iconic snowboard brands. Schoph was a part of Travis Rice and Mike Pail's Asymbol Collective which brought together several talented artists including Jamie Lynn, Iguchi, James Johnson, Schoph and more which was the spark for 1910. What is 1910 you ask? Jamie and Schoph are launching an artist apparel brand and the stuff looks killer. Im very stoked to bring you this interview with Schoph!The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caSponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial https://www.instagram.com/anonoptics/Website Support the show
FNRad DCP Interview – Season 8 Episode 20 David Carrier Porcheron AKA DCP is a Canadian Pro Snowboarder who cut his teeth competing in halfpipe. DCP spent 14 years riding for Burton before starting YES Snowboards with his friends. And now YES Snowboards is 14 years old and David manages the pro team and still finds time to snowboard and get clips of his own. Last season DCP broke his back filming while Heli Boarding in Revelstoke and he's documented his recover on social media. He talks about his inspiring healing techniques and much more in this episode.The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caSponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial https://www.instagram.com/anonoptics/Website Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 21 – Jason Ford Jason Ford was on the Burton Pro Team aside Brushie, Craig, Jacoby, Alex Warburton, Jimi Scott… you get the picture. And he was one of the competitors who really gave Craig a lot of pressure on the World Champion Title side of things. Just as Burton was negotiating a Jason Ford Pro Model, Jason, Tim Pogue, and a handful of industry rebels created Ride Snowboards. Jason and Ride made history and world wide news when Ride went public. In his third act as a pro snowboarder Jason helped Salomon develop a snowboard program. This conversation covers all this and more. Stoked to bring it to you!The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caSponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial https://www.instagram.com/anonoptics/Website Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 20 – DCP David Carrier Porcheron AKA DCP is a Canadian Pro Snowboarder who cut his teeth competing in halfpipe. DCP spent 14 years riding for Burton before starting YES Snowboards with his friends. And now YES Snowboards is 14 years old and David manages the pro team and still finds time to snowboard and get clips of his own. Last season DCP broke his back filming while Heli Boarding in Revelstoke and he's documented his recover on social media. He talks about his inspiring healing techniques and much more in this episode.The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caSponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial https://www.instagram.com/anonoptics/Website Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 19 – Ken Achenbach Ken Achenbach is a Canadian snowboarder who changed the course of history by opening the world's first Snowboard shop in Calgary in the early 80's. Ken was friends with Jake Carpenter, Tom Sims, Craig Kelly, Regis Rolland, Chuck Barfoot, Evan Feen, and a million other pioneering snowboarders. Ken started Camp Of Champions on Blackcomb. He also placed 2nd (tied with Jeff Grell) at the second world championships of snowboarding in Soda Springs. He got second at the Legendary Banked Slalom at Mt Baker when it was simply the Banked Slalom. It is hard to explain how integral Ken has been in the innovation of snowboarding. I was lucky enough to ride with him last year and he still loves it, you can tell.. Here is an interview from his home in Whistler… the one and only Ken AchSupport the show
Rain Felkl is an Alaska Native born and raised in Juneau. After making the move to the Wasatch Mountains, she was quickly captivated by the freedom and adventure of human-powered splitboarding. She has had the opportunity to explore many corners of her home range as well as longer advent” id=”1xSBLH24bV6″ vid=”1xSBLH24bV6″ id-for-player=”1xSBLH24bV6″ link=”/listen/rain-felkl-freedom-of-splitboarding-juneau-alaska-native-1xSBLH24bV6/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Rain Felkl – Freedom of Splitboarding – Juneau Alaska Native EPISODE 101
Rain Felkl is an Alaska Native born and raised in Juneau. After making the move to the Wasatch Mountains, she was quickly captivated by the freedom and adventure of human-powered splitboarding. She has had the opportunity to explore many corners of her home range as well as longer adventures in mountain ranges in Alaska and the lower 48s. When she isn’t riding powder, Rain is a rock climber and cyclist, which has naturally led her eye towards more exploratory splitboard objectives.
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FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 18 – Krush Kulesza Krush Kulesza is a snowboard event creator and director of Snowboy Productions who are the people behind Holy Bowly, DUH. and “It’s Tits” among other iconic snowboard community gatherings.Krush’s slogan “making shit radder than it was yesterday… since 1997” refers to Snowboy’s history of bringing together the world’s greatest snowboarders at bunch of different resorts along with media, industry and locals a feat no other event group is attempting on this scale. If you’ve seen pictures of Snowboy events then you want to attend and if you been to an event you want to go back!! you’re gonna love this conversation with this legendary, literal and figurative gatekeeper for the snowboard industries ability to enjoy itself, Krush Kulesza.The Eighth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented VansSocial https://www.instagram.com/vanscanada/Website https://www.vans.ca/en-caHosted byErik TraulsenSocial https://www.instagram.com/shredjesus/Sponsored by Wired SnowboardsSocial https://www.instagram.com/wiredsnowbo…Website https://wiredsnowboards.comThe Boardroom Snowboard ShopSocial https://www.instagram.com/boardroomshop/Website https://boardroomshop.com/store/Anon OpticsSocial Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 17 – Bud Fawcett Bud Fawcett was among a handful of snowboard photographers who's images in early magazines made you look to see who took them. He shot with guys like Terry Kidwell, Shaun Palmer, Andy Hetzel, Tina and Mike Basich, Ranquet, and Craig. If you've seen his photos you know what I'm talking about when I say there's something very special about a Bud Fawcett image. His story begins with a road trip and we were on a road trip when we stayed with him at his home 40 years later… This is one of those life experiences I could not have imagine 8 years ago when FNRad started. I'm honoured and feel very proud to bring you this episode with Bud.Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 16 – Travis Wood Travis Wood was a pro snowboarder on the joyride team before crossing over to the company side of the equation with Forum. Travis was the marketing guy at four square distribution during the absolute heyday as you’ll hear. As an industry staple he went on to work on Sims before starting his own distribution company… these days Travis spends a lot of time hunting and raising his son in the foothills of Sierra Nevada mountains where we recorded this interview.Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 15 – Mike Basich Mike Basich has been a huge part of snowboarding for over 30 years. From winning pro contests  to his unforgettable and unique selfie series of snowboard photos, not to mention building his own off grid paradise complete with snowcat and chairlift oh and let’s not forget the hot tub… Mike has progressed a connection to nature in snowboarding that matches any other vein of progress in the community. We recorded a block away from his sister Tina’s house, in his new home which he was renovating as he rebuilds his family’s life after two devestating fires.This episode features Kiai Jae and The Drink Tickets. Their new album Better is available wherever you download audio!!Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 14 – Andy Finch Andy Finch was a professional snowboarder who was known for going huge. He competed in Boardercross, Halfpipe, Big Air, and Freeride contests professionally for 11 years landing a pro model with Palmer Snowboards. Andy lives in the Tahoe area and still enjoys riding today with his wife and two kids.Support the show
The Splitboard Project Episode 3.3 Featuring NPR's Greg Rosalsky and Shaper's Summits' Rob Kingwill The Splitboard Project is Brought to you by:   Spark R&D  http://sparkrandd.com   Cardiff Snowcraft  http://cardiffsnow.com   Tailgate Alaska  http://tailgatealaska.com     We kick off this episode of The Splitboard Project with Markus Moser guide with Splitboar-camps.at – a guide in Austria about his season. We then turn things over to  co-host and Spark R&D founder Will Ritter live from a mountain hamlet in Austria.  Will and Mark discuss the new trade shows in North America and Europe as well as highlighting boards from Cardiff, Burton, Nitro, Applied and Dupraz. Mark does an interview with dedicated splitboarder and NPR Planet Money reporter Greg Rolasky ( https://www.npr.org/people/726239784/greg-rosalsky ). You can tweet him here. @elliswonk Next Mark and Will talk Travel Tips in the Tool Belt segment.   Finally we catch up with Rob Kingwill about his Shaper’s Summit http://avalon7.com event as well as the beginning of the season in Jackson Hole Wyoming.  Music by: The Shoot Dangs https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyfg9nFSHL82SWVWN3YUe2w   Produced by: Mark Sullivan   Business Development:  Mark Sullivan [email protected]   To get free The Splitboard Project and Spark R&D stickers send a self addressed stamped envelope to: Spark R&D c/o Free stickers! PO Box 3284 Bozeman, MT USA 59772 Spark R & D Avalanche Resources https://www.sparkrandd.com/connect/avalanche-education-and-resources/
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 13 – Dave Seoane Dave Seoane is one of the pro snowboarders from the awesome 90’s era of booming growth, neon water resistant outerwear, boards you screwed your bindings in with wood screws, backflips and kickers. Dave’s always been one of my favourites, his commentary in snowboarders in exile is burned in my brain. I wanted a Look Lamar Trick Stick because of him. And he’s one of the OG pros Ive wanted to have on the show for a long time. So you can imagine how stoked I was to receive his contact info from none other than Jason Brown… After a short flight and a short drive I found my way to Dave Seoane’s acreage in California. It’s a true honour to have him on the show!Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 12 – Bobby Meeks Bobby Meeks had a handful of classic pro models on Joyride and Subtle. He filmed with standard before helping start the robotfood movie crew. Eventually moving to the team manager side of snowboarding, Bobby managed big name pro snowboarders on Nike and DC. And now he runs we are camp… which includes High Cascade Snowboard Camp, Wy’East Academy , and Windell’s at MT Hood in Oregon. Bobby still shreds and is a great example of a 90's pro turned industry staple.Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 11 – Tina Basich Tina Basich is a fan favourite, a legend, a pioneer, and a true snowboarder at heart. She consistently progressed women’s competitive snowboarding from the early days until she retired from pro snowboarding in 2000. Think about it… in Tina’s over 12 year career as a pro, she legitametly rode sorel’s, toured with the Kemper team, was one of the first pros to move to Utah to dedicate her life to snowboarding, designed some of the first women’s specific snowboarding gear, had one of the very first women’s pro models, and she is a founding member of Boarding For Breast Cancer, plus she did the first 720 in a women’s big air competition at the x-games in ’98. It seems impossible. She wrote a book about it called “Pretty Good for a Girl” and she continues to be an ambassador for women’s snowboarding and a true Icon.Support the show
The Splitboard Project 3.2 featuring Will Ritter, Chris Coulter & Jason Champion The Splitboard Project is Brought to you by:   Spark R&D  http://sparkrandd.com   Cardiff Snowcraft  http://cardiffsnow.com   Tailgate Alaska  http://tailgatealaska.com     We kick off this episode of The Splitboard Project with co-host and Spark R&D founder Will Ritter live from the ski track. We talk with Silverton guide and former pro rider Chris Coulter about guiding on a splitboard. Will shares his Split Resolutions – Splitboard resolutions for the new year and finally we talk with Natural Selection guide Jason Champion about  winter camping in the Eastern Sierras. ( http://www.sierranevadasplitboarding.com )     Music by: The Shoot Dangs https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyfg9nFSHL82SWVWN3YUe2w   Produced by: Mark Sullivan   Business Development:  Mark Sullivan [email protected]   To get free The Splitboard Project and Spark R&D stickers send a self addressed stamped envelope to: Spark R&D c/o Free stickers! PO Box 3284 Bozeman, MT USA 59772 Spark R & D Avalanche Resources https://www.sparkrandd.com/connect/avalanche-education-and-resources/
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 10 – Andrew Brewer Andrew Brewer is a Colorado transplant who moved to Lake Tahoe to pursue his dream of snowboarding as a pro. His backyard rail skills quickly got him all the way onto the cover of Transworld Snowboarding Magazine. He's a well rounded pro currently riding for Death Label. And he's started Board Dungeon, a snowboard collectors dream, a kind of thrift shop for rare and awesome snowboards. You can catch him on Unstrapped, one of the new snowboarding YouTube shows. God I feel old writing that. Support the show
Season 8 Episode 10 – Andrew Brewer Andrew Brewer is a Colorado transplant who moved to Lake Tahoe to pursue his dream of snowboarding as a pro. His backyard rail skills quickly got him all the way onto the cover of Transworld Snowboarding Magazine. He's a well rounded pro currently riding for Death Label. And he's started Board Dungeon, a snowboard collectors dream, a kind of thrift shop for rare and awesome snowboards. You can catch him on Unstrapped, one of the new snowboarding YouTube shows. God I feel old writing that. Support the show
Ruedi Beglinger, a man of the mountains. To be more specific, the Selkirks in British Columbia, Canada where, for the last few decades, he and his family have lived, in fact, his kids grew up on the Durrand Glacier. Ruedi’s story begins in the Swiss Alps where he was born and raised. He f” id=”mqlLwBN0Be” vid=”mqlLwBN0Be” id-for-player=”mqlLwBN0Be” link=”/listen/ruedi-beglinger-selkirk-mountain-experience-true-man-of-the-mountains-mqlLwBN0Be/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Ruedi Beglinger – Selkirk Mountain Experience – True Man of the Mountains EPISODE 99
Ruedi Beglinger, a man of the mountains. To be more specific, the Selkirks in British Columbia, Canada where, for the last few decades, he and his family have lived, in fact, his kids grew up on the Durrand Glacier. Ruedi’s story begins in the Swiss Alps where he was born and raised. He first traveled to North America in 1978 and eventually planted roots in the Revelstoke area and began leading hut trips in the Selkirks. 37 years later he is still leading those tours and he now has 3 huts on the Durrand. His first splitboard was one that he decided to fabricate in 1995.
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FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 9 – PD PD is a cultural icon, Canadian boardsports pioneer and gatekeeper with deep roots in Snowboarding. PD's HotShop carried Snowboards in Vancouver before pretty much any other retailer and then launched Crystal Ocean Snowboards in 83 or 84.PD does not compromise his values for monetary gain. Ever. He worked with Option Snowboards and before that Never Board company to build high quality Snowboards which he sold for 15 years before calling it quits on his own terms.You'll hear all about his life in Snowboarding and hopefully this will encourage you to visit the Pop Culture Museum's Vintage Snoboard Show in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island.Support the show
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Ken Achenbach The Canadian Godfather of snowboarding, Ken Achenbach runs a Catboarding and Heli operation, a summer snowboard camp, and a GoPro accessory company. How did he become so successful? Listen to the episode!
We interview Ken at his home overlooking Whistler and Blackcomb resorts in amazing British Columbia Canada to find out more about Ken's contributions to snowboarding's history.
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Terje Hakonsen Norwegian snowboarding legend Terje Hakonsen visit's the FNRad Snowboarding Podcast live show at Chair 9 Pub in Glacier Washington during the Mount Baker Legendary Banked Slalom.
If you're new to the show, welcome.
We are nearing the end of our first season and it's been a lot of fun. We still have a few more episodes of some of snowboarding's raddest pioneers so enjoy this episode and join us for the remainder of season one.
Special thanks to Evan Camm and Mike from the band Drag The River for engineering the audio for this show. Also, it's Evan's music that plays under the credits… He's awesome.Support the show
Russell Winfield Originally from the eastern USA, Russell Winfield was a prominent pro snowboarder in the early 90's and a pro for Burton. Russell was one of the first three pro riders for the newly formed Ride Snowboard company in 1992 and helped develop the Ride brand (as well as Cappel Clothing which lead the industry in style-influenced technical outerwear) during his two years at Ride. Russell makes his home in Washington State and still shreds Steven's Pass and Baker regularly. If you listen closely, you'll catch some Mike Leblanc in there as he was staying with Russell the weekend we recorded.Support the show
Palmer Shaun Palmer, one of the most successful competitive professional snowboarders to ever live. He's like snowboarding's MJ or Gretzky. He's won X-Games and the Banked Slalom and World Cups and so much more. But before he was the world's greatest athlete he was snowboarding's signature bad ass. If you do a Google search for "snowboarders" his image comes up pretty quickly down the list and he's the only first generation snowboarder in with the Olympians and Travis Rice. American flag outfits and bright red clown hair were his trademarks in the early 90's. He qualified for the Olympic boardercross team in 2010 but tore his achilles and couldn't go.
Today, Palmer still lives in Tahoe and has rejoined the Sims team and put out a pro model based on the original clown board. He's going to the Legendary Banked Slalom at Mt Baker this year, and FNRad is betting he's going to win.Support the show
Martin Gallant Martin Gallant (The Godfather) moved to Whistler from Montreal and created an snowboarding dream life. From photo shoots to travelling the world with the Kemper team, from in bounds kickers to backcountry booters. Wherever there is Martin Gallant there is a launch and usually a fucking stomp.Support the show
Craig McMorris Craig McMorris started snowboarding at 11 and is now (at age 27) filming in the backcountry and around the world for several film projects including the Real X-Games after competing in professional slopestyle contests and becoming an Olympic Announcer for the CBC. Support the show
Mental Wealth Promo Sean Kearns is speaking at Fortune Soundclub on Saturday September 28th from Noon to 3pm. If you're interested in attending, go quickly to fortunesoundclub.com and RSVP. The event is FREE for listeners of this show!!Support the show
Andrew Burns Andrew Burns is a charismatic Ottawa transplant who's been living in Whistler and riding professionally for the better part of 20 years. We discuss his days with Capita and what it was like to be hand chosen by style master Chris Roach to ride for D-Day snowboards. Go watch Andrew's Ship Wrecked which was featured on TWS, Snowboarder, and TGR and showcases the riding that made him famous.We are proud to be presented by Vans!!And we love all our sponsors: Wired Snowboards, The Boardroom Snowboard Shop, Crowsnest BarberShops, Anon Optics, and Tribute Boardshop. Please go to there websites and buy all their stuff!Support the show
Duckboy Keith Wallace grew up in Idaho and as a young snowboarder in the 80's his father drove him to snowboarding competitions all over the US and Canada. Keith was picked up by the Burton team  and joined the likes of Brushie, Jacoby, and Craig at the beginning of what would evolve into Olympic halfpipe snowboarding.Support the show
Dale Rehberg Dale Rehberg had a major influence on the growing freestyle movement in the early 90's. From Burton, to Joyride, to Ride, to Silence, his riding represented the leading edge of the progression of the sport. Dale continues to work in the industry for Flow down in California. It was rad to interview this icon of snowboarding.Support the show
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Bryan Iguchi Bryan Iguchi was essential in bringing freestyle snowboarding to resorts around the world. As a pro rider for Burton in the early 90's he helped develop twin tip snowboards as well as snowboard parks for resorts.
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He's the guy behind Windell"s Camp at Mt Hood and an original Sims pro rider. We caught up with Tim at camp headquarters and chatted about snowboarding. It's what we do.Support the show” id=”3UJCGMXI7SU” vid=”3UJCGMXI7SU” id-for-player=”3UJCGMXI7SU” link=”/listen/tim-windell-3UJCGMXI7SU/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Tim Windell Tim Windell was a world class competitor for the Sims snowboarding team.
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Tarquin Robbins Tarquin has been credited with starting the fat stance and big pants phase of snowboarding but he'll tell you others did it first. A dedicated skater turned pro snowboarder, he thumbed his nose to the mainstream and carved his own path through the chaos of the industry at that time. We don't discuss the tradeshow gun incident that lead him to have a shotgun on the base graphic of his Aggression pro model but we do talk about his motivations and what snowboarding has meant and still means to him.Support the show
Spencer O'Brien Spencer O'Brien is a Canadian snowboarder who's been speaking out on behalf of women's competitive snowboarding for years. She's a professional competitive snowboarder and a damn nice person. It was a real treat to talk snowboarding with one of Canada's best known snowboarding talents.Support the show
Joey McGuire Joey McGuire was a professional snowboarder on Lib Tech during the explosion of progressive freestyle in the early 90's. He's got a jump named after him on Mt. Seymour and he had several pro models with Lib. He quit professional snowboarding when he was still quite young to raise a family and build up a business selling snowboards and skateboards in his home town of Wenatchee. Joey warned me that he would be a boring interview but that's simply not true! Support the show
Nicolas Müller Nicolas Müller is a Swiss Snowboarder considered by many of us to be the best rider of all time. In the beginning of his career Nicolas was unbeatably stylish, determined, and creative.  Nicolas truly has fun while he's riding and his approach to some of the world’s most challenging terrain is a combination of smooth and aggressive. It’s a unique pleasure to watch him snowboard. I am excited and honoured to bring you this interview!Support the show
Jon Boyer Jon Boyer is the original style master from the Calgary crew. Jon had a pro model on Barfoot and had a huge influence on professional snowboarders like Devun Walsh. Jon Boyer's gone on to have an amazing life and we dig into it here!Support the show
Mouse Jamie Mosberg is an action sports filmer with pro skateboarding roots. Mouse was instrumental in putting guys like Kevin Young, Devun Walsh, Kearns, and Johnson on the map. We sat down in his Encinitas studio for a wonderful chat.Support the show
Jody Wachniak Jody Wachniak is a professional snowboarder living the dream in Whistler who's sponsors include K2, Vans, Billabong, Ashbury, Howl, Stance, and Ergogenics. He grew up riding at Springhill outside of Winnipeg, so his rail skills are on point and now he’s taken it to the backcountry where he’s killing it with big mountain freestyle. Jody gives back to snowboarding with his King Of The Hill event every year at Springhill and his podcast features an all time line up of must listen guests. He came down to the Knowshow in Vancouver and recorded this episode in front of a live audience. Support the show
Aaron Sedway Aaron Sedway was a staff photographer for Transworld and shot for many years with the Hatchetts on their TB series of movies. While he's soft-spoken, he's got big stories and it was a real pleasure to talk with Aaron about his life in snowboarding.Support the show
My Experience at The Mount Baker Banked Slalom This year I went to the LBS as a competitor for the first time. Here's a recap of how it went for me. Support the show
Dave Hatchett 2 Dave Hatchett is a Tahoe legend professional snowboarder who's career spanned the late 80's through the late 90's. He's had legendary first ascents and parts in too many movies to name. This is his second episode on the FNRad Snowboard Podcast and it was great to have him back!Support the show
Dave Downing Dave Downing was a pro rider for Burton Snowboards in the early and mid nineties. Check out his part in Mack Dawg's The Stomping Grounds and you'll see why he was one of the most well rounded pros of that time. It contains Japan pow shredding, park, pipe, and back country cliff shots and even some surfing.
Dave's early ambition to become a pro surfer lead him to become an influential professional snowboarder. He still works for Burton and has been described to me as Jake's right hand man. and he's married to Shannon Downing (formerly Dunn) who was just inducted into the snowboarding hall of fame.
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Travis Rice Travis Rice talks about Depth Peception, the new snowboarding movie from Rubble films at the Vancouver premier just a few short weeks ago. Leave us a 5 star apple podcast review and we will send you some Vans promo stuff!Support the show
Nick Perata Nick Perata rode for K2 with his buddy Shawn Farmer. Nick was featured in Totally Board (TB1) where he rode fast, went big, and stuck his landings. He was featured in many of the best films from the early 90's. He moved to Alaska and became a snowboarding guide in the winter and a fishing guide in the summer. He continues to be an example of living a life dedicated to doing what you love.Support the show
Jim Rippey Jim Rippey was a featured pro rider for Burton throughout the 90's and won too many contests to name. He filmed with the Hatchets for the TB series of movies and had prominent parts in several snowboard movies of that era. Jim's interview is over an hour long! Enjoy!Support the show
Andy Hetzel Andy Hetzel rode for Kemper, then Lamar, and then Palmer snowboards. He was featured in magazines and videos and he ran with a crew of legends out of Lake Tahoe.Support the show
Mark Fawcett Mark Fawcett was the world champion and favourite to win the first Olympics at Nagano in 1998. We talk about his snowboarding career, what else would we do? Brought to you by www.boardroomshop.com and www.wiredsnowboards,comSupport the show
Jeremy Jones Back country Jeremy Jones talks about his life and snowboarding. Get to know the motivation behind his move away from helicopter into the depths of the mountains on his split board. Sponsored by www.wiredsnowboards.com and www.boardroomshop.comSupport the show
Jason Basarich Bas has been riding at Mt Baker since he was a kid and is still one of the fastest snowboarders at a mountain made for snowboarding fast. We talk about when he started, his professional career and his pro model with Gnu, and his passion project Damage Incorporated.Support the show
Alex Warburton Alex Warburton is a snowboarder's snowboarder. Starting his pro career in the late 80's, Alex moved to Whistler back when snowboarding was only allowed on Blackcomb. He quickly made a name for himself riding the legendary terrain better than anyone at the time. Our chat with Alex covers the last three decades, enjoy!Support the show
Todd Kohlman This week we interview the Burton archivist Todd Kohlman. I still find it hard to believe the extent of Jake's collection which includes pretty much everything Burton has ever made,Support the show
Chad Otterstrom Chad Otterstrom pushed the progression of freestyle snowboarding in the late 90's and 2000's. Originally from Minnesota, Chad's been in Colorado for 22 years and still tries to ride every day of the winter! Do yourself a favour and watch his video parts on youtube.Support the show
 
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Bertrand Denervaud Berty is an eight-time world champion snowboarder. He's beaten Terje in a halfpipe competition and Palmer at boardercross.He was in the Swiss crew that included Camille Brichet, Reto Lamm, and Michi Fruh. I was super stoked to get to interview him over 25 years after seeing him rip Windell's summercamp in 1991.
 
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Al Clark Al Clark invented the Superpipe along with his fellow Canadian Greg Todds. After winning the Westbeach Classic, Al got a Pro Model on Sims along side Noah Salasnek. I spent a weekend at Al's property with him and his dog Rider talking snowboarding.Support the show
Jess Kimura Undeniably one of the best snowboarders of all time, Jess Kimura recorded with me in her home last weekend where we talked about her life in snowboarding, the gender gap, and the love of her life.Support the show
Terje Haakonsen Terje Haakonsen signed a contract with Burton when he was just 15 years old. He's been one of the most recognized snowboarders in the world ever since. During his nearly 30 year career Terje has dominated competitive snowboarding, ascended runs in Alaska that no one had ever done before, taken snow skating to the next level, and been and outspoken critic of the Olympics (exposing many people, myself included, to the negative impact the Olympics have on the planet, the host cities, and on the entire snowboarding community). It was an honour to sit with snowboarding's truest legend.Support the show
Mark Sullivan The Snowboard Project's Mark Sullivan joins us this week for a talk about snowboarding and podcasting. With seven years at Snowboarder under his belt, Mark knows the ins and outs of the industry as well as many of the key players. Mark's event, Tailgate Alaska, is now in it's 13th year!Support the show
Nate Holland Nate Holland is naturally fast. He's decorated with X-Games golds and competed in Olympics. I tracked him down in Lake Tahoe and had a wonderful conversation with him about his career and sponsors and snowboarding!! EnjoySupport the show
Tom Burt 2 An FNRad favourite is back… Tom Burt joins me in Lake Tahoe earlier this season to talk about SNOWBOARDING. Tom Burt is a legendary professional snowboarder who's career has spanned 5 decades now (is my math right on that?). Tom invented professional snowboard travel writing for the magazines in the 80's and defined what it meant to be a back country snowboarder in the 90's when snowboarding got extreme!Support the show
Doug Palladini Doug Palladini was the editor at Snowboarder magazine from 1989-1995 (my favourite years of snowboarding) and is currently the Global Brand President at Vans. We recorded this wonderful conversation at the Vans Headquarters down in sunny Costa Mesa California.Support the show
The Plug With Russell Winfield – Episode 8 Dhani Jones Russell interviews NFL Linebacker Dhani Jones in this final episode of Season One of The Plug. I announce the name of the Stoked Raffle up top! We raised $4310 for Stoked with the Vans generously matching the first $2000 of listener donations!Thank you Russell, Dhani and all the guests of The Plug Podcast, thanks FatTire Beer!!Thanks to Wired Snowboards, The Boardroom Snowboard Shop, Tribute Boardshop, Crowsnest Barbershops, Anon Optics, Dano Pendygrasse, Brad Heppner, Intuition Liners, AB>Normal Skateboards, newgreens, Dakine, Jamie Lynn, Chris Dufficy, and everyone who participated in the raffle!!Support the show
Sean Kearns Returns Sean Kearns has a big heart and is a fan favourite so I reached out to him to kick of Season 6. Sean's had a long career covering a lot of territory, pro snowboarder, filmer, manager, and one of the original influencers (that's right I said influencer…) Sean keeps me on my toes and lives with an integrity I've rarely seen in a human being.This season I will be focusing on snowboarding in the 80's 90's and early 2000's because that's the best time in snowboarding in my opinion. Covid means a bunch of episodes will be remote again but not this one which was recorded in Sean's podcast studio on Vancouver Island. Enjoy. Support the show
Chris Brown Chris Brown is a Wildcat. An original Whistler Pro, Chris got his start on Shorties with Devun and Kevin. He's the real deal. I recorded with him at his house in Squamish.Support the show
Beau Bishop Beau Bishop is a Global Am for Ride (come on Ride, turn Beau PRO!) living in Squamish who absolutely slays the Whistler back country. Search #pointofbeau on instagram for hundreds of rad clips of amazing snowboarding. This week's episode was recorded with Beau in Squamish BC.Support the show
Ben Bilocq Ben Bilocq is a snowboarder on Dinos Will Die. Ben rode as a pro on Nitro, rode for D-Day, and filmed parts with the Deja Vu crew and Videograss. Ben rides quite a bit at Mt. Seymour and can often be seen building gorilla features that are some of the most fun things to hit on the hill. A true snowboarder's snowboarder, Ben Bilocq tells it like it is in this interview recorded in my bike room.Support the show
Leanne Pelosi Leanne Pelosi is a professional snowboarder for K2 and The North Face. She's a back country force of nature and a filmmaker with her production company Full Moon Films. Leanne works with Protect Our Winters and has won several Transworld awards for her video parts and her entrepreneurship! It was a pleasure to have her on the show!Support the show
Natasza Zurek Natasza Zurek is a legendary Burton rider who got her start in Vancouver in the 90's. She rode on the Never team with Rob Dow and Devun before being scooped up by Burton at the US Open.  Natasza competed for the first part of her career before pioneering women's back country filming. She lives with her two kids and partner in the Okanogan painting amazing art. Support the show
Side Hits Episode 2 Sean Kearns What happened to the sheep in the Etnie's Ad from Whiskey 2?Support the show
Hustling For Good with special guest Steve Larosiliere Steve Larosiliere is the man behind Stoked.org a nonprofit that takes underserved kids out snowboarding. Steve was chosen to attend an exclusive private high school as a teenager and it helped shape his life in many ways including making him acutely aware of the power of mentorship. After a trip to British Columbia from his home in New York, Steve dedicated his life to building a mentorship program focused on introducing kids to the boardsports culture. His book, LIFE, PURPOSE, SECRETS: 10 Ways to Find Meaning in Times of Uncertainty has a 5/5 rating on Goodreads and was published in September of 2020.To learn more about Steve check out stevelarosilier.com Support the show
Jon Roth Jon Roth is an amazing human being who was a pro snowboarder in the heyday of snowboarding. His sponsors included Sims, Billabong, and Volcom. His style was admired and he was regarded as an up and coming rider to watch. In this episode we talk about how quickly his career fell away. Jon runsand owns Crowsnest Barbershops one of the sponsors of our show and was one of the first people to accept me into the snowboarding community. His enthusiasm and good spirit is infectious, matched only by his entrepreneurial aspirations.Support the show
Gwyn Howat Gwyn Howat is the CEO of Mt Baker. I interviewed her back in 2015 and lost the audio for 6 years! Gwyn's family moved to Mount Baker when her father Duncan took the job of Operations Manager in 1968!! Ever since the Howat's have operated Mt Baker off the grid, creating one of the world's greatest snowboarding mountains. 1985 saw the invention of the Banked Slalom at Mt Baker, Snowboarding's longest running tradition and competition.Support the show
Don Szabo Don Szabo is a Pro Snowboarder from southern California who rode for Nectar, Airwalk, Life's  Beach, Lamar, Blackfly's and a handful of other companies in the 90's. Don was integral to creating the modern day snowboard pro career. Don Szabo could be seen in Transworld, Snowboarder, The Creatures of Habit movies, gracing the pages with his freestyle snowboarding and comical shenanigans. I was stoked to catch up with Don and I'm sure we will be talking again at some point as we only scratched the surface of his snowboarding career in this episode.Support the show
Patrick McCarthy Patrick McCarthy has to be the most stoked snowboarder I've ever interviewed. At 41 he still shreds at a professional level despite taking a position as team manager for 686. His ten year pro career includes magazine and video credits with all the majors. This year he's on a permanent staycation at Mt. Baker. I caught up with him in his home office a few days ago.Support the show
Wes Makepeace Wes Makepeace is the kind of snowboarder that stokes me out on doing this podcast. He's a legendary pro snowboarder who rides mostly at Whistler and Mt. Baker but he's also got a gap at Mt Seymour named after him. He had pro models with Aggression and Lamar. He's won at the Mount Baker Legendary Banked Slalom. And he's an accomplished singer song writer. Stoked to have him on the show.Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 8 – Don Szabo Don Szabo was one of snowboarding's first professionals. He was all over early magazines and movies and played Double 0 Szabo in the Creatures Of Habit Movies. Over his pro career he had several pro models on multiple companies probably most notably he was a part of the original Lamar team along with Sean Johnson, Ranquet, and Jimi Scott. Don's easy going go with the flow attitude has helped him through a lot of loss in the past few years. We recorded this interview in Whistler at Ken Ach's house in late October.Support the show
Benny Pellegrino Benny Pellegrino is Utah's snowboarding ambassador. He was a team rider for Sessions, an Owner-Operator at Milo Sport, and now helps run Nitro USA. Benny showed me around Snowbird and introduced me to Legend Jeff Davis. Utah is Mecca for snowboarding and Benny's been there participating in snowboarding history for generations.Support the show
Dave Downing 2 An FNRad favourite guest is back! Dave Downing returns to the show straight from his living room to talk about Craig, split-boarding, filming, and more.Support the show
Alex Andrews of WNDR Alpine is a rad dude with experiences ranging from skating bowls and jibbing the streets of Ogden, UT. He eventually started riding and working for Burton as a young ripper. Alex’s “powder panic” and love for the mountains have him aligned with Wonder Alpine as their ” id=”5rDYtib0fgQ” vid=”5rDYtib0fgQ” id-for-player=”5rDYtib0fgQ” link=”/listen/alex-andrews-wndr-alpine-frothing-stoked-5rDYtib0fgQ/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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Chuck Barfoot Chuck Barfoot talks about his early roots in snowboarding, his snowboard collection, and his days working with Tom Sims.
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Sherman Poppen invented the snurfer in 1965 for is daughters. He talks about how he began snowboarding almost 20 years later after being harassed by a group of” id=”4ioYDps9ot4″ vid=”4ioYDps9ot4″ id-for-player=”4ioYDps9ot4″ link=”/listen/sherman-demitrije-4ioYDps9ot4/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Sherman & Demitrije This is the first episode of our first season. It is comprised of two short phone interviews with the two earliest pioneers of snowboarding.
Sherman Poppen invented the snurfer in 1965 for is daughters. He talks about how he began snowboarding almost 20 years later after being harassed by a group of his fans for skiing at an event that honoured him for inventing the earliest version of a snowboard.
Dimitrije Milovich started building surprisingly modern snowboards under his brand "Winterstick" in 1972. And although he received publicity in high profile magazines like Playboy, Winterstick did not establish itself as a major brand in the snowboarding boom of the late 8u0's and early 90's. Milovich walked away from snowboarding decades ago and is known for his stance on not giving interviews. He gives advice on what listeners may find more interesting than hearing a bunch of old guys talk about snowboarding and asks the question "how deep is too deep?"
 
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Chris Dufficy Chris Dufficy rode for Forum and was a part of the Forum 8. He was the prodigy of Canadian snowboard legend Sean Johnson. Dufficy still rips today, snowboarding because he loves it. He's raising two kids with his wife in Kamloops BC.Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 7 – Tim Windell Tim Windell is an 80's Era Super Pro who rode for Sims along side Palmer, Craig, Richards, Roach, Kidwell, Tom himself and too many more to mention. Tim and Craig started one of the first snowboard camps in Whistler together before Tim started Windell's down at Timberline in '87. A few years ago Windell's merged with it's long time rival High Cascade to form a super camp and sports academy who's students have stood on Olympic podiums. Windell is the guy who set me on my path in snowboarding 30 plus years ago at Lakeridge Ontario doing a Checker Pig snowboard demo that my Aunt saw a poster for and invited me to for March break, thanks Aunt Brenda. Tim's been active in snowboarding for nearly 40 years and he still gets out there and shreds, nowadays mostly with his 8 year old daughter.Support the show
McKinley grew up on the icy hills of New York, learning to ride in the Catskill Mountains. He made his way west in 2013 and began exploring the snow-filled mountains around Utah, Montana, and Colorado. His love of backcountry riding brought him to the Snow Science program at Montana State” id=”9urIWI257Th” vid=”9urIWI257Th” id-for-player=”9urIWI257Th” link=”/listen/mckinley-talty-utah-avalanche-center-know-before-you-go-9urIWI257Th/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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McKinley grew up on the icy hills of New York, learning to ride in the Catskill Mountains. He made his way west in 2013 and began exploring the snow-filled mountains around Utah, Montana, and Colorado. His love of backcountry riding brought him to the Snow Science program at Montana State University, where he studied the applications of geographic information systems in identifying avalanche exposure. Since leaving Montana, McKinley now works for the Utah Avalanche Center as the Know Before You Go Avalanche Awareness Coordinator in addition to being a ski/splitboard/snowmobile guide at Monument Snowcat Skiing in Eden, UT. When he’s not on his splitboard, you can find Mack on his mountain bike, casting his fly rod, or exploring new areas for when the snow finally falls.
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FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 3 – Wille Yli-Luoma Yli-Luoma was on the original Forum 8 crew. He's a Finnish ripper recruited for his incredible style and ability.  Wille climbed the ranks quickly by consistently pushing progression on the giant back country jumps of the time. He eventually left Forum for K2 where he helped modernize the K2 pro team along with other amazing pros around the year 2000. We visited Wille at his home outside Portland on our way down to Mt Hood this summer… The conversation goes until it’s absolutely dark outside and we are getting eaten alive by mosquitos. Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 6 – Scott Stevens Scott Stevens is a professional snowboarder known for doing impossible tricks with incredible style. His movie parts and magazine coverage tell of a career committed to his fans around the world and a dedication to the generations of pros before him. We met up with Scott at his home outside of Portland.Support the show
2022 Freeride World Tour Junior World Champion, Lila Yeoman.

Started snowboarding at the young age of 3, began competing at 11, and splitboarding at 14
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2022 Freeride World Tour Junior World Champion, Lila Yeoman.

Started snowboarding at the young age of 3, began competing at 11, and splitboarding at 14
Athlete for Jones Snowboards, ambassador for POC Sports, and snowboard instructor at Snowbird
Currently working on riding all 90 lines in The Chuting Gallery

Some would view Lila as a teen prodigy, she’s accomplished a notable list by the young age of 17. With the guidance of her Dad Jeff, she’s been on a steady path of snowboard progression since the age of 3 years old. Utilizing the Wasatch mountains as her training ground, she seeks out steep couloirs and rides daily at Snowbird and the surrounding backcountry. The future is bright for Lila. We’re excited to see what’s next on her path.
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The Splitboard Project 3.1 featuring Will Ritter, Elena Hight & Scott Zergebel The Splitboard Project is Brought to you by:  Spark R&D http://sparkrandd.com Cardiff Snowcraft http://cardiffsnow.com Tailgate Alaska http://tailgatealaska.com   We kick off the new season of The Splitboard Project with co-host and Spark R&D founder Will Ritter.     Will also fills us in on some of the new Split videos this season with a Spark R&D movie event.  .  The Earn Your Turns Movie Night feared SOMOS – https://youtu.be/6nbM77hSEvg Boogie 3 – https://youtu.be/s7hoHz7Dp6A The Spring Branch Road – https://youtu.be/QxErY5yQRCo Amanacer – https://www.instagram.com/p/Cew0pkqpdpm/?hl=en  65% – https://youtu.be/Kla1uI_5xY0  First we catch up with Will – love from the skintrack at Bridger Bowl Montana. (https://bridgerbowl.com/ ). Then we catch up with Elena Hight who has two new film releases this season.    Ark (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roAyNph-muo)  Edge of the Earth Episode 1 (https://play.hbomax.com/page/urn:hbo:page:GYq58LwucDkqSLgEAAAAC:type:series?source=googleHBOMAX&action=play)    Then we catch up with Scott Zergebel, founder of Holden Outerwear (http://holdenouterwear.com) about exploring Splitboarding in Southern California.   Finally we talk with some tips about kicking off the new season.
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Dave Hatchett I used to suffer through the big mountain parts in early snowboarding videos. I wanted to see jumps and jibs. But now I find myself watching the classics and appreciating how gnarly the back country freeriders were getting while we were all busy cutting our noses down.
Dave Hatchett and his twin brother Mike revolutionized snowboarding videos forever with the Totally Board series which put out a new video every year for 20 years!
Dave's unique perspective as a professional snowboarder turned filmer turned author is a great addition to our first season,
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Sluggo Rob "Sluggo" Boyce is a Canadian professional skateboarder who was also a pro snowboarder in the 90's. With pro models on Division 23 and World Industries Sluggo made his mark in snowboarding, it is great to have him on the show.We are proud to be presented by Vans!!And we love all our sponsors: Wired Snowboards, The Boardroom Snowboard Shop, Crowsnest BarberShops, Anon Optics, and Tribute Boardshop. Please go to there websites and buy all their stuff!Support the show
Derek Heidt Derek Heidt is a former pro snowboarder for Burton who competed at the '98 Olympics in Nagano. Derek moved to Whistler from Alberta in the hey day of snowboarding's explosive growth and made a name for himself as a world class halfpipe rider and all around amazing snowboarder. These days he's getting his adrenaline fix flying drones and operating chase cars for Hollywood. Support the show
FNRad Snowboard Podcast Season 8 Episode 5 – Dano Pendyrasse Dano Pendygrasse was one of the first pro snowboarders to turn his attention to taking photos. His work out of Whistler and around the world inspired generations of snowboarders to pick up a camera and crew up. Dano's recently moved back to Whistler and is enjoying a quieter lifestyle away from the busy streets of Vancouver.Support the show

Discovered his love for photography over 15 years ago while skateboarding around with his friends
Skating evolved into snowboarding, and as an athlete, he started finding himself in front of the lens as much as behind it
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Alex Gavic – Adventure Content Creator Extraordinaire @splitboardmountaineer Alex Gavic is a photographer, adventurer and splitboard mountaineer.

Discovered his love for photography over 15 years ago while skateboarding around with his friends
Skating evolved into snowboarding, and as an athlete, he started finding himself in front of the lens as much as behind it
His content drew a huge social media following, bringing many people to remote and beautiful places they could not reach on their own

For the past 10 years, Alex has been venturing into the powder filled peaks of the Western United States and sharing videos of his wild adventures. And people loved it! He developed a huge social media following of over 300k followers, between Instagram and Tiktok. His own story has unfolded into a life of chasing summits, the beauty of nature, and life. His search for the soul has fed ours. We hope you enjoy.
Episode links
https://www.alexgavic.com/
https://www.instagram.com/splitboardmountaineer/
https://www.tiktok.com/@splitboardmountaineer
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFwXWa0ax03NVU06MbD-ycg

Based in Bend, Oregon and calls the Cascades Volcanoes his home range
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Stratton Matteson – Bike-to-Board Cardiff Athlete Stratton (a.k.a. Cascade Connections) dedicates his time in the backcountry to raising awareness of the impact of carbon emissions and the effect of increased traffic in the alpine wilderness along the Pacific coast.

Based in Bend, Oregon and calls the Cascades Volcanoes his home range
Snowboards without the assistance of any fossil fuel vehicles, using only his bike and splitboard to ride mountains
Spends 8 months of the year riding full time and creating video projects documenting his journeys

In this episode, we discuss how he arrived at splitboarding, the friends he made along the way, and his constant dedication to the bike-to-board movement with his film Shift and constant short format video series on social networks. In his adventures, he hopes to inspire and promote a different way to access the mountains we love.
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