Connor Lowe and the dudes over at Lowe Quality made this rad edit that seems so “on it” it’s ridiculous. We love seeing people get after it even if their hill is made up of a mostly dirt and rainy conditions. Cheers to the people out there having fun day in and day out.
Featuring: John Silk, Nick McCarthy, Jackson Happ, Cody Amstead, Randy Garfield, Ben Denard, Tristan Cornelis and Dan Leary.
Weather Mtn x Lowe Quality Feat. John Silk from Lowe Quality on Vimeo.
Somedays you just need a good pizza. I mean, most days you just need a good pizza. We finished off a solid day of work here at WeatherMTN with a trip to The Lake Arrowhead Pizza Deli (aka The Deli) to hangout with our good friend Sean and eat some GREAT pizza.
A damn good looking pizza.
Sean enjoying the fruits of his labor.
Oliver Dixon killing it during SUPERPARK 20 at Mammoth Mountain last week. For more coverage visit SNOWBOARDER.
Photo courtesy of Snowboarder / Shot by: T. Bird
If you like old snowboards chances are you like this board. Noah Salasnek was about as cool as cool could get and this board is just another testament to that.
Our friend Beer Savage is the proud owner of this board and was nice enough to share it with us at the office the other day. Just if anyone out there is wondering, we already call dibs if he decides to get rid of it someday.
It just so happens that we were checking out this board at the Active Ride Shop office and this old 686 with Noah was on one of the desks. Looks straight out of….2016?
Pretty sure those are Independents.
One more for the road.
Richie and the rest of Sunset Liquor & Lotto showing the tourists how to have a good time during this holiday season.
Holiday Hot Laps from Sunset Liquor & Lotto on Vimeo.
Oliver Woodrow Dixon’s full part from this past year!
On June 16th, 2013 I recieved the worst news of my entire life.
My father (Oliver Woodrow Dixon the Third) had passed away in a kayaking accident…
On Father’s Day.
I felt like the best way to honor his memory would be to not only continue doing the things I love but get my shit in gear and finally put out a full part. It’s something I’ve wanted to do since I was in elementary school.
Snowboarding and adventuring with my father has been the most fullfilling and important thing I’ve done in my life thus far and I’d like to think I make him proud.
– Oliver Woodrow Dixon the Fourth
Last week we ventured north to Yosemite to celebrate a few birthdays with a bunch of rad people. The weather was great and despite the initial flash of tourists lurking in the valley, the crowds were pretty low. We had some good times, caught some awesome views and did what you’re suppose to do while in Yosemite, take a trip.
Yosemite National Park.
Sites 13,14 and 15
Tori and Eric planned the trip and put themselves in charge of dinner on the first night. We couldn’t ask for better hosts.
Monique handled breakfast the next morning with Chorizo and Egg breakfast tacos. We definitely ate better this trip than we do at home.
We got a little bit of a late start but you can’t go to Yosemite and just stay in camp. Greg leads the way on our hike to Glacier Point.
Where we’re going.
Barely any snow this year.
My turn to make dinner.
Moose getting’ loose.
Not bad waking up to this.
Early morning target practice.
Lany and Connie serving up Bacon and Egg breakfast sandwiches.
Jada and Hillary.
WeatherMTN, Past and Future.
We couldn’t go home without celebrating Lany’s birthday in style. What’s a birthday party without a piñata?
Monique and Tori.
Stopped in the valley on our way out.