Catch a glimpse of A Day in the Life of Tim Humphreys, Flow Snowboarding Global Professional. Watch this edit of Humphreys shredding Unbound park on Mammoth Mountain in California. Filmed & produced by Chainsaw Productions.
What do I need to go snowboarding? What are some tips for planning a snowboarding trip? How to tips on learning how to snowboard? Venturing into the park for the first time? Safety tips for going off trail. If you just started snowboarding or want to get into it, there are a lot of basic questions people have. Such simple questions, but all beginners and people starting out snowboarding are typically afraid to ask. Welcome to Flow Snowboarding School, a series intended to answer your most basic how to questions of snowboarding. Class is in session.
It is the last week in February and Flow Snowboarding is keeping you aware of where the snow is still falling in North America. Here are the top 10 ski resort and mountain snow base totals entering week 4 of February. Can any of the US resorts knock Canada off the top spot? Here are the resorts that are reporting their snow depths as of (2-25-15).
Flow Snowboarding had a chance to track down Sarka Pancochova and catch up with her winter travels. Here are 10 Questions with Sarka.
Flow Snowboarding team athletes Freddy and Lydia Silber grew up in a family that has been living and breathing snowboarding since the 1980’s. Their father Jay Silber explains their family’s love of snowboarding was a joy that was passed on from his father after his visit to Winter Park, Colorado from Missouri.
Check out this teaser from the upcoming project from Flow Snowboarding team athlete Sarka Pancochova entitled Shark Tales. Shark Tales is a collection of people, places and things experienced through Pancochova’s travels. Colorado has been her adopted home for the past 5 years and she is now stepping away from the park and contest scene to check out what the other side of snowboarding has to offer. Luckily Colorado has been one of the few places in the country getting snow this year. Here are a few outtakes from last week’s film adventure.
“I met Tim Bouvette when he came to ride Bear Mountain. He lives up there in Three Rivers, Canada. He invited me to come up and invite any friends that I wanted to bring to film. I called Jed Sky because he kills it in street too and he’s a lot of fun to ride with. Tim has put a lot into his two year movie project and it was such an honor to be invited to be in it. He is an amazing filmer and rider.” -Drayden Gardner
Take a few laps through the park with Flow Snowboarding team athlete Sarka Pancochova in this brief selfie park video edit she put together. Pancochova shot this mini shred edit with her GoPro Hero 4 using a helmet mount from Epic.
For more information on Epic mounts check out their website at www.epicmnts.com
Have you seen the teaser for the film project Tales from the East that Flow Snowboarding team athletes Celia Miller & Sarka Pancochova are piecing together yet? You can watch the trailer by clicking the link: HERE.
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This is a Flow Snowboarding snowboard overview of the 2014-15 snowboards. Flow’s Dale Rehberg highlights the key technologies and features of the 2014 / 2015 Flow snowboard line in this video.
Flow Snowboarding wants to know what model Flow snowboard you are rocking. Era? Darwin? Maverick? BlackOut? Jewel? Micron Stomper? Post your photos of you riding your Flow gear. Engage with us on Social Media, tag us and use the hashtags #FindYourFlow & #FlowSnowboarding