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  • New TYSS Gear In Stock!

    Mind Melter Tee in Black
    Mind Melter Tee in Black
    Benton Camp Caps
    Reaper Ringer Grey/ Red
    Sam rocking the Slither Tee at Ez's Ramp
    Reaper Ringer Grey/ Black
    Brayden in the Reaper Ringer Black/Yellow, along with Triple Triangle Snapback from Huf, and Ashbury Pistol Shades
    Eric Testing the Blast Shield from Electric while wearing the Reaper Ringer and Classic H 6 panel from Huf
    Eastman Snapback in Navy
    Mike T gearing up in the Trophey Tee
    Brayden and Eric Geeking out with Coal, Electric, Huf, TYSS, and Volcom
    Photos By: Dropp Visual

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  • We combined our annual SNOWrider Classic slope-style snowboard contest with the Minor Threat contest a few weeks back at Powder Ridge.  Tons of kids came out for the event and we're throwing down all day long.  Peep Bald E-Gal's edit from the day and be sure to mark your calendar for next year's event!  
    Edit: Dylan Wicklund.
    Music: Lofticries "Purity Ring"
    Filming: Dylan Wicklund, Jesse Monson, Kyle Buchholz, Mike Thienes.
    Sponsors: The Youth Shelter Supply, Powder Ridge, The Commission, Capita, Union, and Coal.   

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  • Snowrider Classic and Minor Threat

    The Snowrider Classic and Minor Threat Snowboard competitions are teaming up for one great day at Powder Ridge.
    The Snowrider Classic will be for riders ages 18 and older, and the Minor Threat will be for riders ages 17 and younger. Both contests will be judged on a Slopestyle Coarse in the park, including both Jumps and Rails.
    Minor Threat 
    Cost: Free 
    2 Age Groups: 13 and Under | 14-17
    Snowrider Classic
    Cost: $20
    Prizes: Cash $$$$$
    2 Age Groups: Intermediate | Advanced
     
    30 Minute Qualifier Session 
    Each age group will get a 30 minute session on the coarse. The riders will be able to lap the coarse as many times as they want in the session and the judges will be looking for the top 8 riders from each age group to move onto the Finals.
    The Finals
    The top 8 riders from each age group will advance to the Finals where they will ride in an 8 man head-to-head tournament bracket to see who is the over all winner. Riders will take one run against each other and the judges will determine who had the better run, the winner moves on and the loser is out. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 winners of each age group.

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