Unfortunately, in most places around the world, snowboarding is a seasonal sport. The Summer months that contain no snow can sometimes drive us stir crazy. A person can only play video games and check Tinder so often before they start to lose it. Not to worry! Flow is here to help you out with 5 fun summer activities to help keep your sanity. 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
Get to know this talented snowboarder
Nathan Jacobson is a true snowboarding talent. Hailing from Bend Oregon, Nathan was born to be a snowboarder and started young learning how to board at Mt. Bachelor. At just 16 years old, Nathan has already competed in the Men’s US Open of Snowboarding against the likes of Scotty Lago & Louie Vito. Nathan has recently joined the US Snowboard Team and is poised to have an amazing start to his snowboarding career. This young snowboarder also had a solid showing at this year’s USASA Nationals in Colorado with a 3rd place in men’s open halfpipe and a 6th in slopestyle. If this is a preview of what is to come, then we are all in for a treat. Continue reading
Check Out the Flow Team tearing it up last year in Keystone Colorado. Featured Riders Tim Humphreys, Celia Miller, Sarka Pancochova, & more!
Watch this amazing footage of Sarka Pancochova and the Flow Czech team shredding at Seiser Alm Snow Park. Big thanks to Zezula and FreeRide! Enjoy!
COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colorado — At the 2014 USASA Nationals, Flow rider Julianne O’neill (maiden name Brackett) took 1st in Women’s class slopestyle and 2nd in Women’s Boardercross. The young woman was on fire the whole event and was easily the stand out in the Women’s class. Riding her Flow Jewel, Julianne rose above the rest of the competition in slopestyle. “The event was perfect!”, exclaimed O’Neill, “All the girls were cheering each other on, and each one of us put our best run down. It was good competition. I was so happy with how I performed”. However, the talented Californian was not content with just one podium. Julianne came right back with a solid 2nd place finish in boardercross. “The boardercross was so intense! It was the most fun! My heart pounds so fast when all of us girls are rubbing elbows. Huge thanks to Adam Neil and the ASC team for helping tune my jib board! I rode my Flow Jewel in slope and boardercross, it might be my favorite board that Flow has!”. Continue reading