The Solid Seven will be a whenever the hell I feel like it article series detailing 7 solid, not necessarily great, skiing related topics. Whether it is 7 questions with everyone's favorite pro Jason Arens *cough* finish the damn interview *cough* (yes it's still not done yet), 7 epic BC jump shots, or the 7 gnarliest bails from the previous month, just know I'm doing you a solid.
Henrik's run at Killington in 2010 is one of the most stylish comp runs I had seen at the time and I think that still holds TRU today. Henrik brought his typical henrik style and flow to Dew Tour and continues to do so today.
C-Lo aka The Dahrkness, lays down one of my favorite tricks that isn't done too much (hold on, before you say Vinni Ca$h, look below) the Bio 12 or just Bio's in general.
As expected (& previously promised) Vincent Gagnier makes an appearance. The man is just a wizard and one of my favorite skiers to watch. His unique style, jump/rail game, and plethora of grabs is a breath of fresh air in the sometimes monotonous comp scene.
Joffrey Pollet-Villard has rocket boosters attached to his skis. Having skied in a halfpipe for the first time ever over the summer, I can't imagine sending it as big as he does. Watch the third hit to see him send it to the moon...
Good ol' Chug lays down a pretty sick run back in 2010. That switch backie at the bottom was pretty epic. Not nearly as epic as Chug Life though. Speaking of I'm going to go watch a few, it's a shame those never came back...
Jesper Tjäder, the Swedish skiing sensation. He made us all feel inferior with his dub back death gap at Nine Knights last winter, along with other mindblowing edits, he is on the cusp of a full blown explosion into stardom. Check out his practice run from last year's Dew Tour and you'll see what I'm talking about.
Tom Wallisch, the Pretzelman, the King of Afterbang. Back in 2010, Tom was blowing minds with his flawless style just as he is today. I don't think I need to say more other than DAT BANG THO. (0:32)