le 22 septembre 2017
Rafa Ortiz, the kayaker known for seeking the gnarliest whitewater, visits Washington D.C. to paddle Great Falls, Class V rapids only 14 miles upstream from the U.S. Capital. Upon his arrival, he is greeted by two local legends, Jason Beakes who has won the Great Falls Race six times and Tom McEwan, one of the first to paddle this section of the Potomac River in 1975. The trio come together to highlight the beauty of one the only kayaking meccas near a large metropolitan area and encourage ot...
Would you paddle the Great Falls in Washington D.C.?
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le 8 août 2017
Sage présente un edit monté par ses propres soins ce printemps, résumant plusieurs journées passées à Nelson et Whitewater, en Colombie Britannique, avec le crew de Teton Gravity Research.
"I love exploring creative outlets, this spring, while injured I took the time to put together a self edit of BC footage. It was really fun chopping up, and letting shots run in a slower paced look than would make it into a full length ski movie. Every thing is so rapid fire, usually due in part by short...
Sage Cattabriga-Alosa 2017 self edit
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le 28 mars 2017
Words: Beau Bishop
We’ve just passed the halfway point of the season, and as usual, it’s crazy how fast it’s gone. The beginning of winter was incredible but also presented many challenges. The days were short, the sun didn’t come around too often, snowmobiles exploded, and Wiley dislocated his shoulder 20 miles out in the backcountry. However, one thing is certain—you can break our snowmobiles, you can break our bodies, but you can’t break our spirits.
For our second episode of the sea...