Discussion with Canadian ex pro skier, now filmmaker Paul Bergeron aka ''B-Paul''.
Without knowing it was closing day (The "?") the @guohski boys filmed an edit on a slushy afternoon in the Junkyard. Over the next couple days, all ski hills in Ontario would be forced to close as we entered another stay at home lockdown due to covid. Last edit of the year for us, see you next year.
This season I started, and I couldn’t even k-fed, I also couldn’t cork. After this season, I have become so much better and I am very proud of it. Thank you to the people who helped me and hyped me up to learn so much. Thank you.
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I swear I’ve accidentally clicked on it like 10 times. You’re welcome for those clicks, newschoolers. Doing my part to bring in revenue 😎
It was so hyphy that everybody was in tears of exhilaration being able to witness such a historic feat. ALSO, he held the grab for like 10 FUCKING SECONDS. Nobody has ever held a grab for that long and probably nobody ever will in the future. We all witnessed history, bringing air tricks to the ground is some next leve…
Like how much does it bother you guys if you aren't throwing down as much as the rest of your squad at the park? I always get frustrated as fuck with myself if i'm like the only one who can't nail a trick on a feature. Are most people happy to just be skiing? I can't tell
Here's my 2021 Super Unknown XVIII edit 💕 Every year I put together something serious and it gets flamed so this year I decided this was the play 🤷🏽♀️
Thank you everyone, except for...
Yo! Couple months ago i made a thread to tell you guys, i thought you'd really appreciate the podcast. Mainly because i would talk about ''core'' stuff in it and not do the boomer talk. No, i don't talk about Siver's future sponsor or Vishnu's but i still believe NSers would enjoy it, so i figured i'd share some bi…
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Austia's pow was golden this season!
Kfeds and 450’s are neat but a straight slide will ease the pain regardless of your situation
I have this idea of turning the heel piece of my Look Pivots into a shift knob when I'm done using them, has anyone done this before?