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Alex Witzel, Tony Pavalatos, Joel Wealton, Dallin Twilligear, Daryl Young, Ryan Flaska, and James Fleege spent the season in Utah finding interesting spots and stacking footage wherever they went. Here's an edit filled with their shots from the backcountry of Brighton, as well as some sessions in the streets.Read More
The last week on the RV was a fun one. We lit off bottle rockets, rode non-man-made-snow, played soccer, drove, boarded, played soccer, drove, ate some pizza and skated a nice mini. That's it for North America. European Vacation coming soon.
Riders: Louif Paradis, Chris Grenier, Scotty Arnold, Chris Carr, Brandon Hobush, Jed Anderson.
Words & Photos: Sean Kerrick Sullivan
A lush summer in Utah had nearly became a certified Indian Summer when weathermen suddenly spotted a weather pattern that had them calling out a significant winter storm almost a week in advance. I was barefoot, in boardshorts, fishing from a raft at the time, and the idea of snow hardly seemed plausable. Like usual, the weather guys were wrong. They called for a storm to hit Northern Utah and the Wasatch Front on Wednesday evening, and guess what, it rolled in a day early. By 7am on Wednesday, October 6 2011, a foot of snow had already fallen high in the mountains. Ted Borland, Matty Mo, Dylan Thompson, Chris Grenier, Bode Merrill and a grip of others were on it immediately………just like you’d expect.