Drop Outs is a showcase of the up and coming riding talents from the UK and consequently filmed in the mountains, domes and the high altitude peaks of British dryslope.
Norway’s Bad Plans are dropping their first independent movie this Autumn and it’s looking good. Just check out some of the wince inducing slams that went into making this.
Shred Bots return for their second full length release “Shredtopia” and we’ve been looking forward to this for a while. With some new members of the crew, never before visited locations and a 4k upgrade, Shredtopia promises to deliver a fun but banger filled release. Check out this epic teaser to see more.
The Shred Bots spent last season following Mark McMorris on his travels, from winning the biggest contests to Mark’s passion of exploring the backcountry. McMorris is known as being a contest kid but those people thinking that he cannot ride powder are due for a wake up call and this edit is proof of his backcountry talents.
686 have been around for 23 years and just seem to get better each season. 686 Seconds looks like an extravaganza of a team movie featuring 686 heavyweights such as Ryan Tarbell, Tor Lundstrom, Forest Bailey, Cam Pierce, Sammy Luebke, Marco Feichtner and many more.
They are all from Japan, they kill it on a snowboard and this trailer is sick. We cannot wait for the full release.
One of Europe’s most respected video production company The Grindhouse, just dropped their teaser for their upcoming release, Afterlife. With a heap of new faces, some incredible riding, slick filming and editing, all this combined gives you the ingredients for yet another classic movie.
The Snackbreak crew are getting their teasers for their upcoming release “Honyos” out nice and early. Honyos features some of Finland’s finest talents and it out this Autumn.
Salomon are releasing a 3-part webisode this season entitled “Team Training”, which follows the team travelling throughout Japan by train. From new rail spots in crowded cities to bottomless pow in the North Island, Team Training looks good. Featuring Samon team heavyweights; Jed Anderson, Louif Paradis, Chris Grenier, Harrison Gordon, Nils Mindnich, Kohei Kudou, Teddy Koo, and Chris Carr.
Last Winter, the Route One team; Cody Heirons, Rowan Biddiscombe, Si Belson and Will Radula-Scott, decided to rent out an RV and road trip from London and check out what the Alps had to offer. After 9 days they gathered enough footage for two edits, the first one will drop on Oct 20th. Here’s a preview of what to expect.