Cam Pierce, Forest Bailey, Phil Jacques, Marco Feichtner, and Pat McCarthy get deep at Mt. Baker.Read More
WillFilmForFood's first offering, "LIVIN" collects a diverse group of snowboarders whose combined abilities and style will surely make for an eye-catching and creative movie. Check out the teaser for a look at what to expect when the full length is released. Featuring Frederik Kalbermatten, Forrest Bürki, Mason Aguirre, Aurel Anthamatten, Erik Botner, Shayne Pospisil, Matt Edgers, Nick Ennen, Wyatt Stasinos, Cory Stasinos, Nick Russell, Forest Bailey, Blake Paul, and Patrick McCarthy and filmed in Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.Read More
LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 11, 2013 – 686 Technical Apparel announces exclusive outerwear design collaboration with Captain Elliot Neese for the crew of the Saga. The one-of-a-kind 686 technical […]Read More
Mike Yoshida gets spring powder at Mt. Baker with the 686 team.Read More
Laim Gallagher's POV on a season of shredding.Read More
Rider: Patrick McCarthy Photographer: Mike YoshidaRead More
Though not quite as legendary as its famed Banked Slalom event Mt. Bakers road gap has been pivotal in the progression of high consequence freestyle riding. Ever since Shawn Farmer settled the gap sans shirt this intimidating step down has become a right of passage for both Washington loc’s and visiting pro’s alike. With winter coming to the Northwest in force the Cascades are once again a goto spot for pro’s looking to inject pow into their parts. Check out this new PS edit where Hana Beaman joins Wyatt Stasinos, Nate Lind, Lucas Debari, Pat McCarthy and Alex Yoder and becomes the second woman ever to tackle the Baker Road Gap (after Barrett Christy) and the first to throw a seven over it. In case you’re wondering Hana didn’t take any style cues from Farmer so her top stayed on.Read More
"They danced down the streets like dingledodies, and I shambled after as I've been doing all my life after people who interest me, because the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes "Awww!"
-Jack Kerouac, "On The Road"
The Mad Ones is a a web-based video project by Liam Gallagher. Inspired by the Beat Generation and specifically the writings of Jack Kerouac, The Mad Ones will follow the freaks, all winter long. Web flicks will be released every Monday through May. Some will be action edits, others about odd balls or oddities seen, weird experiences or whatever else happens to happen. Then, next September it'll all be mashed into a free-for-download movie.
Featuring: Forest Bailey, Forrest Burki, Patrick McCarthy, Shaun McKay, Wyatt Stasinos, Nick Russell, Scotty Wittlake, Bryan Fox, Austin Smith, Curtis Ciszek, Keegan Valaika, Mark Landvik, Blair Habenicht, Lucas Debari, Matt Edgers, Kael Martin and many more.
Supported by: K2 Snowboarding and Drink Water.
Last year Mt. Baker had one of the deepest snow years in history, and Scotty Wittlake was there to ride and document it, living the Glacier Washington dream. The Rascals is a film project produced and filmed by Scotty and Bryan Fox, and it's definitely a refreshing lo-fi offering riddled with classic super 8 footage and POV powder lines that leaves you wanting more. If this movie doesn't make you want to quit your job and become a powder bum, I don't know what will. And now it is here, the whole thing for your viewing pleasure. Starring: Scotty Whittlake, Bryan Fox, Forest Burki, Shaun Mckay, Pat McCarthy, Matt Edgers, Jake Blauvelt and moreRead More
Last year Mt. Baker had one of the deepest snow years in history, and Scotty Wittlake was there to ride and document it, living the Glacier Washington dream. The Rascals is a film project produced and filmed by Scotty and Bryan Fox, and it's definitely a refreshing lo-fi offering riddled with classic super 8 footage and POV powder lines that leaves you wanting more. If this movie doesn't make you want to quit your job and become a powder bum, I don't know what will... The flick is available as an extra in Videograss's Retrospect, so pick up a copy today.
Starring: Scotty Whittlake, Bryan Fox, Forest Burki, Shaun Mckay, Pat McCarthy, Matt Edgers, Jake Blauveldt and more