www.triplechallenge.caIf none of you have ever had the pleasure, I highly recommend heading to Blue Mountain for the Triple challenge. There's just something about the vibe at this contest that makes it better than any others I have been to. There's halfpipe and slopestyle that are open to everyone. The vibe is great, the competitors always cheering each other on, and general good times all around. Friday and Saturday night are the Invitational Rail Jam and Big air contests. This year, it's going to be big air into an option between two huge new rails. It's going to be a show not to miss. NoPoles will be joining me (Mr.Bishop) in town on Thursday, and once again setting up the live-feed NSTV broadcast of the conest. We've got the kinks worked out this time, and hopefully if all goes well, everyone will be able to join in and watch! Stay tuned for more information as the day gets a little closer. I'll try to post some pictures of the build as its' happening, so you get a preview of what is to come! Event Schedule:March 9th Half-pipe Badland Terrain Park Practice is from 9:00am - 10:00amCompetition starts at 10:00am Friday March 10th Slopestyle Badland Terrain Park Practice is from 9:00am - 10:00amCompetition starts at 10:00am Friday March 10th OXY Rail Jam Bottom of Smart Alec Competition starts at 7pm Saturday March 11th Big Air Bottom of Smart Alec Daytime Practice 11am-12pmDaytime Qualifies 12pm-3pmFinial 7pm -9pm Saturday March 11th The Stills Free Concert TELUS Concert Stage at the Bottom of Smart Alec Free Concerts, big air contests, crazy rail throwdowns, good parties, and the NS condo... How could you miss it?
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