Arbor Snowboards and Think Thank have teamed up to present Tahoe-based wünder rider, Sammy Spiteri’s full part from Methods of Prediction. A resident of the Boreal park system, Sammy’s creative take on jump and rail lines has long turned heads in Tahoe, but over the past few years, his nonchalant and easy style has overtaken folks from much further away. In addition to his finesse when it comes to jibbing, Sammy Spits also happens to be one of the most easy-going and nicest guys on the planet. He’s the kind of snowboarder who is great to watch because it’s apparent just how much fun he’s having when he’s taking laps. Last season, Sammy followed the snow filming with Think Thank and compiled a hammer-filled full part, in which his efficiency at making tech tricks look much easier than we know they are is highlighted. The end result is a standout performance, one that we know will lead to many more banger Spits segments down the line.
One of the most creative street riders in the game, Sammy Spiteri approaches filming a video part with an eye for skate inspired lines and clean executions. For years, Sammy has flown largely under the radar, but last year Think Thank gave "Spits" the opportunity he's been waiting for and he absolutely crushed it while filming for their most recent full length video, Methods of Prediction. In this break out part, Sammy puts down a entire Home Depot shopping cart of hammers and he does it all the while with a smile on his face.