Category 'backcountry'

9
Mar

Crossover RE/Volution – Backcountry Circus

It rained, it snowed, it was sunny.  There were sleds, shreds, and skis.  It turned out to be a awesome gathering of backcountry shredders with different ideas, talents, and offerings here in Central Oregon.  While the weather could have been a bit better for shredding, plenty of good times were had with friends new and […]

24
Feb

Backcountry Kicker Build #1

Winter time mornings can start pretty early.  They usually start the night before, a little planning, some gear, food, and sled prep to make sure you can get out and get in.  Many times you can do all this planning, early waking, and not accomplish much besides a pretty good time. This outing, Andrew wanted […]

18
Nov

Splittin Trees – Early Season Snowboard

Always a good way to start the season and getting the cobwebs out.  A little backcountry snowmobile snowboard mission with quick sender drop through the trees.  Riders: Andrew McGettigan and Dave Reuss.

6
May

Volcano Run – Backcountry Adventure

The end of the season in Central Oregon can be pretty amusing.  We’ll get sunny summer like temps one day, then have 2 feet of fresh snow the next.  It is possible to go rideyourbikesnowboardsnomobilemoto all in one day, and if you aren’t well then you’re probably drinking beer like the rest of everyone in […]

9
Apr

AK Dreamin – Excursion Heli Shred

We live in a time where there is a device for every element a human can encounter. Cooking, cleaning, warmth, water, building, travel, social, we have it all, at once. Now strip away all the surrounding infrastructure, resources, & components that help build these devices to be left with only final, refined pieces that can […]

31
Dec

DS – Shredding in Review

One year ago I decided to quit my full time job.  I quit it with aspirations to pursue some personal areas and opportunities that I had available in my life.  Travel, bikes, snow, relationships, exploration, and foundations were some of those areas and opportunities.  With an overwhelming amount of support from my previous employer, a […]