Mike Basich has been one incredibly busy person this year. Filming as a stunt double for a Hollywood movie, traveling to Europe and Alaska, and building his own house on wheels! We don’t know where the guy finds all of this time to do these things, but we’re stoked that he does and we get to enjoy watching his adventures. We caught up with Mikey B recently to learn more about his non-stop Winter season. Continue reading
Arthur Pauli made this teaser for a film where some of our FLOW Austrian riders (Daniel Mösl, Thomas Kigle, Manuel Gspoon, Phil Kundratitz) show up, also a lot of Innsbruck locals. The film focuses on what to do when there is less than ideal snow. Stay tuned with FLOW for the full feature that drops in October. Enjoy!
Snowboarding around Park City’s Neff Land park with Tim Humphreys and Sam Hulbert. Check out the candy cane rails, ice cream cone bonks, and popsicle slides!
May 8, 2014 // SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – HIRING: Writer/Social Media Manager needed with some knowledge of the Snowboard industry. A Digital Marketing Agency that works with Flow Snowboards is looking for an online marketing assistant, with an emphasis in writing and community building. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing daily editorial, daily social media posts, newsletters, and public relations. Story-telling is a key part of the job, together with the ability to combine words and imagery into a compelling narrative. Continue reading
Chris DePaul has been hard at work this season throwing down some pretty heavy maneuvers with a smooth and casual style. This edit explains everything. Enjoy!
Earlier this year, Flow’s Tim Humphreys took a trip to China for the Nanshan Open and needless to say, Tim went off. Tim ended up getting 2nd place in the event and had plenty of time to party and explore China in between. He dropped and amazing GoPro edit (below) today from his explorations. We caught up with Timmy to get his thoughts about China, his latest edit, and the event. Continue reading
Photo: Jared Meyer
Probably one of the most elite youth snowboarding programs in the world, Project Gold provides America’s best snowboarders with the opportunity to come together and train with the world’s best coaches. Project Gold is lead by U.S. Snowboarding’s Spencer Tablyn and is aimed to nurture and train the future talents of the winter sports. Project Gold targets America’s top youth athletes from age 13-18 with the events of boardercross, alpine snowboarding, and halfpipe. Continue reading