Please take note of the starters list (last updated on 26 feb 09 12h30) for the 2009 Axis Slopestyle presented by K2. If your name does not figure on this list and you have confirmation of payment, please email Edith at: email@example.com. Check the list here.A proof (Medicare card) of age 13 and under for the JR category will be necessary. If the rider cannot prove that is age is under 13, he will automatically be placed in the AM category.Also, all Amateur participants most not be officially sponsored (under contract) with a ski or Board company. Participants who are and do not switch for the pro category will be automatically disqualified with reimbursement.With this said, If any mistakes were done while registering please contact Edith at 450-227-9988 ext 30 or firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 18H00.You can download the following documents:Waiver Form AMATEURWaiver Form PROwe start with rails a Big flat down rail and a nice cannon box jumpafter 2 jumps this one 55ft and the left one in blue a big 65ft really clean Video in french from
What is style? We covet it, we chase it, we hate it in some and praise it in others, but can we even describe it? This is the combined attempt of the skiers themselves trying to define the concept we find so abstract, but so integral to our sport. This is style.
As we creep closer to opening day our team has started to put together their favorite gear combos for the coming season. With so many different combinations available we decided we would bring them by the office and shoot some … Continued
If you have ever asked the question, “What is style?”, the answer is simple. Steve Stepp IS style. From his early days as the Green Goblin all that way through to Stephanie Stepp, Steve shows a very special style in both his gear and his skiing. Steve is very meticulous about the look of what he wears and how he skis. The collection below was selected by Steve. He told us he likes his look to have one mellow or dark piece and one colorful.