On Saturday, November 14th, approximately 1,000 people showed up to Brighton Resort to drop in at the first-ever Occupy Bone Zone. The sheer number of riders, whose arrival was catalyzed by the efforts of Ted Borland, Alex Andrews and the Bone Zone crew, and Krush Kulesza of Snowboy Productions, along with the awesome crew at Brighton, were eager to throw down on the QP, the ChangeTHATtape rail, the wooden rails, and of course, the dance floor. With Milo cooking brats and DJ Matty Mo spinning tunes, Saturday was a start to winter for the books. Here’s just a bit of storm surge frothing that went down.

Video by Colton Morgan.

Check out the Occupy Bone Zone photos and see all the goods from the Bone Zone on the Bone Zone website.