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Scott Ian is the brainchild behind the thrash metal band Anthrax and a snowboarder who was there in the early days and wants to get back. On the podcast we talk about growing up a little Jewish kid in Queens, what comes with that, guitar, Anthrax, Metallica, lead singer syndrome, a little snowboarding and a lot of metal. It’s an entertaining hour w…
 
Steve Nilsen, better known as Stix to everyone but his family, is a legend in the world of cans. While his career started with Airwalk in the days when it competed with Nike and Reebok, Steve then went on to have incredible jobs at Red Bull and PBR. Now, he’s now championing Liquid Death and on the podcast we talk the rad road he traveled to get hi…
 
Marty Carrigan is a name you may not know but he’s a guy who has so much history in the ski and snowboard world. While he’s a sales rep extraordinaire these days, he cut his teeth with some of the most important brands in snow. He started in the 80’s with Hart Skis when they were running the freestyle scene and then moved on to snowboarding and wor…
 
Greg Nelson has done everything you can do in the world of wakeboarding. He was an early pro who started the first rider owned company, he’s worked retail, and nowadays he calls the shots over at Hyperlite. Greg is a legendary dude in the world of wake and his life and times are full writing the history of the sport. Another must listen episode….. …
 
Daron Rahlves is the greatest American Downhiller of all time. He’s an Olympian that owns X-Games gold and is the only the second American to ever win the most important race in the world, the Hahnenkamm Downhill at Kitzbühel. Daron has done so much in his life and in part 2 of Daron’s podcast we talk about Bode Miller, the Olympics, X-Games and mo…
 
Daron Rahlves is the greatest American Downhiller of all time. He’s an Olympian that owns X-Games gold and is the only American to ever win the most important race in the world, the Hahnenkamm Downhill at Kitzbühel. Daron has done so much in his life and in part 1 of Daron’s podcast we talk about growing up with opportunity, how his dad was hard on…
 
Tyler McCaul is the classic story of little brother chasing big brother (Cam) and eventually breaking out of his shadow and creating a life of his own, without comparison to his bro. On the podcast we talk about turning his home pool into a water ramp, racing downhill, Chili’s, Rampage, Cam and a whole lot more. It’s Tyler’s first podcast and an en…
 
Bob Soven has been in the wakeboarding game since the sport was invented pretty much. His older brother Phil, aka Froggy, was one of the most dominant riders of the time and Bob, who was known as Robert or Tadpole, was the little brother that didn’t want to be anything like his older brother. Bob was always the more likable Soven and over his caree…
 
Lance Hakker is a self-described “darkman” which makes him the perfect guest for a business episode. Lance makes things happen behind the scenes in the world of boardsports and you know what he has done, but you never hear his name. His resume speaks for itself though…from K2 to founding Ashbury and Videograss and then on to The Berrics and now Ele…
 
Paul Basagoitia’s life has been a rollercoaster of insanity. He powered through a dysfunctional childhood by racing his bike. When his race career came to an abrupt halt do to lack of support at home, his bike became an escape. Then he met Cam Zink, eventually got on a mountain bike, had overnight success, became a pro, and had a life altering inju…
 
Austen Sweetin is one of the best snowboarders to come out of the Northwest in a long time. He’s one of those guys that has a ton of energy and is always doing something rad with talented people. What he doesn’t do is too many interviews or podcasts, actually, this is his first. We dive deep into his life and times and his kindhearted, humble perso…
 
Dana Dane is legendary storytelling rapper from Brooklyn who helped influence me in my formative years. A chance zoom call with Dane connected us and once that happened, I made it my goal to get him on the podcast. In the month leading up to recording, so much was happening with race in this country and the podcast talks about Dana’s life and times…
 
Kathryn Smith is the Global Brand Director at Skullcandy. Her resume is one that most people would be jealous of, but like everyone with a great title, a lot of hard work was put in to get Kathryn to her position today. On the podcast we talk about growing up in North Carolina, ski bumming, getting gigs, losing them, and a whole lot more. It’s the …
 
Brad Holmes is one of the last great personalities in the sport of skiing. Attitude, ego, style sense of humor—These are some of the things that made Brad stand out. But his real talent was skiing and on the podcast we talk about “Daddy Rad” and his unique childhood, dominating the world of moguls, becoming the youngest person ever to make the US S…
 
Chris Grenier is part of a legendary East Coast snowboard crew that includes Scott Stevens, Austen Granger and Chris Beresford. He pretty much raised himself at Mt Snow Academy, where he met the crew as a young stoner who had a unique style. Fast forward 20 years and he’s been a pro snowboarder that’s ended video parts, had signature models and X G…
 
This week I chat with Brian Park form Pinkbike. Pinkbike sets the benchmark for what action sports websites should be. They are a hub that creates amazing content and serves as a sounding board for mountain biking. On the podcast we talk about the site, the numbers, Brian’s life and times and a look at the Grim Donut. It’s a different type of episo…
 
James Woods is an X Games gold medalist that hails from England. Let that sit in for a second. Growing up in Sheffield, , Woodsy, as he’s known, learned how to shred on carpets that resembled tooth brushes more than they did snow…That never slowed him down as he’s proved himself on every level of the sport and has had an impressive career. This is …
 
I have not had too many guests on the show as laid back and chill as Dave Bachinsky...Which is crazy as Dave is known for doing some insane things skateboard-wise but the rest of his life is all about creating and giving back. But it was not always that way. On the podcast we talk about his career, inspiration, his side hustle, and a whole lot more…
 
Marcus Caston’s ski career started in the race world. His goal was the Olympics but he didn’t get close. When he didn't make the college team, he was over it... But skiing is all he knows. He got back into it through photography, which he parlayed into his first Warren Miller trip and his career takes off. Now, he’s on the other side of the lens an…
 
Dan Egan is a legendary skier who doesn’t get the credit or press he deserves. Dan filmed countless movies with his brother as part of the “Egan Brothers” who stole the show at Warren Miller Moves of the late 80s and early 90’s. Before other “film” skiers were getting paid, Dan acted as athlete, agent and distributor, cashing in on all ends and rea…
 
Josh Dirksen has arguably the best turn in snowboarding and while that turn will define his legacy, he’s done so much more in the sport. Josh doesn’t do that many interviews and has never done a podcast before, until now. On the show, we talk about having 3 passports, coming up in Oregon, the Morrow glory days, Salomon, the Dirksen Derby, and more.…
 
Alana Nichols’ title, President of the Women’s Sports Foundation, is pretty impressive but the road she took to get to that big desk will blow your mind. From losing her dad, to growing up with her grandparents, to breaking her back, to a dark place, to gold medal position at the Paralympics, nothing has ever been easy for Alana…And that has never …
 
KC Deane is the professional athlete version of a jack of all trades. He raced pro moto for a bit then graduated to pro skiing and later, pro mountain biking. With skiing and biking, KC made it and has been performing at the high level for a long time…. Now, KC is taking that work ethic and talent to Hollywood. On the podcast we talk about the ups …
 
Pat Moore has been a pro snowboarder for over a decade and while he’s done so much in his career, he’s more humble than most who are on the show. It’ s like Pat doesn’t feel like he deserves everything that has come his ways….and nothing could be further from the truth. On the podcast we talk about coming up in the pipe, getting on Forum, the end o…
 
Kimberly Plake has been a part of the ski industry for the past 40 years and she’s never done an in depth interview. Yes, her husband Glen Plake gets all the notoriety but pretty much wherever Glen goes, Kimberly is by his side but she is not just arm candy. Yes, she is good looking, a Texas Beauty Queen and former model, but she was a skier before…
 
Vincent Gagnier is the last in the line of the Gagnier Brothers. While hos older brothers helped shape the early days of freeskiing, Vinni is doing that now. On the podcast we talk about his talented family, being a grom with access, what he thinks of judging, the future of skiing, and a whole lot more. We close it out with “Inappropriate Questions…
 
Keir Dillon was a fixture on the snowboard scene for over a decade. You saw him in halfpipes, on podiums, on the mic and traveling the world with his “Frends” crew. There is so much to Keir’s story and on the podcast we talk about a lot of snowboard success, the letdown of not making the Olympics, starting a snowboard technology business with frien…
 
Greg Stump has done it all; he spent time on 150 podiums during his ski career, shot with iconic filmmakers Dick Barrymore and Warren Miller, and then, decided to become a filmmaker himself. This year, Greg Joins Dick and Warren in the US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. I’m willing to bet that Greg is now one of the more eccentric people in the Hal…
 
Matt Belzile is a professional snowboarder based in Whistler. These days, most know Matt as one of the Manboys, Matt’s crew in Whistler that does everything together. While Matt has found a comfortable home creating yearly video projects with the Manboys, he’s not new to the game at all, he’s been a paid professional for over 15 years and while the…
 
Julien Regnier is one of the founding fathers of new school skiing. Before there were twin tips there were pockets of bump skiers wanting to get in the snowboard park and land backwards. Julien was in that first group that all quit moguls to invent the sport, product, tricks and culture. On the podcast, we talk about growing up in a ski family of c…
 
Sierra Shafer took a non-traditional road to her position as Editor in Chief of Powder Magazine, the pinnacle of ski journalism. She’s an amazing writer but these days, she doesn’t write as much as she’d like to as she spends her time being the boss. On the podcast her talk her life and times that include religion, bring struck by lightning, popula…
 
Chris Logan comes from a family of pro skiers. His younger sister Devin is an Olympic Silver Medalist and his older brother Sean was the one that motivated the Logan siblings to kill it on the mountain. While Chris came up as a contest guy, an average one at that, his brother led him and his best friend Parker White into the back country and Chris’…
 
Jake Blauvelt is a pro snowboarder who has lived a double life. He started his career focused on competitions and found himself on a lot of podiums. Most athletes, with that kind of success would hone their craft and continue to dominate, not Jake. At around 20, his career shifted fully to the backcountry and he carved out a niche as the young dude…
 
Phil Casabon doesn’t do many interviews…what he’s known for is style on his skis and there aren’t too many in the world today that make skiing look as good as Phil. While he has two X Games Gold Medals in the Real Snow category and competed, that’s not what Phil is all about. He’s about edit’s that focus creativity and style. On the podcast we talk…
 
Maxx von Marbod is a legendary businessman in the world of snowboarding. He single-handedly has held every cool job title that you can imagine in the span of 30 years. From sponsored rider, to tech rep, to team manager, to marketing and sales jobs, Maxx has seen and done it all. On the podcast Maxx outlines how his career went from the runways of c…
 
Jesse Burtner has done it all in the snowboard world. He’s had a long pro career, he’s made some of the most influential movies in the industry and now, he’s the Marketing Director at Lib Tech. Over the years, he’s gone from spinning Cab 9’s to suffering a TBI, to re-inventing the way he rides his board. His influence is everywhere these days and t…
 
Glen Plake is a living legend who is known for his skiing, his mohawk, and his amazing personality. He’s also the greatest ambassador in sports since Muhammad Ali. He lives and breathes skiing and wants to share it with the world in a way that only Plake can. Glen has been on the podcast before and we cover all new topics that will have you laughin…
 
Fletcher Dragge is a guitarist, a straight up punk rock star, known for almost 30 years of cranking out music with his band Pennywise. On the podcast, we talk about Fletcher’s life and times, the connection Pennywise has to action sports, drinking, fighting, partying, success, loss, and a lot more. It’s the first episode of season 4 and another do …
 
Chris Benchetler is a pro skier, an artist, a dad, husband, and one of the hardest working athletes out there. Over the past 2 decades, Chris has built an amazing career that has a foundation built on style and flow. On the podcast we talk about skiing, loss, collaborating with the Grateful Dead, and everything in between. It’s a must listen episod…
 
Karl Fostvedt has been the skier that other pro skiers have been talking about for a few years now. He brings a bouncy, playful style to the table that is refreshing, but he hasn’t had the opportunity for mainstream media exposure until the inaugural King and Queen of Corbet’s contest. Winning that event put Karl on the global map, then, getting on…
 
LJ Strenio has been a fixture in the ski world for a decade. He puts out multiple video parts every year, competed for a while, won an X-Games medal and is known for him destroying gnarly urban features. While skiing is everything to LJ, it’s not his only passion. Years after earning his first degree, LJ is back in school, studying computer science…
 
Sammy Luebke was a derelict child prodigy from Alaska who took the snowboard world by storm at a young age. At 9, he was getting his first video clips, at 15, he was featured in Snowboarder Magazine, he learned from the best filming with Brain Farm, and then he got hurt. When that happened, Sammy’s world changed. He lost his first sponsor, had his …
 
Greg hill is known for setting records; climbing 2 million vertical feet in one year, climbing 50k vertical feet in a day and the travel involved in record breaking created a huge carbon footprint. That’s all in the past as Greg has radically changed his way of life, becoming Electric Greg, who’s all about electric and human powered adventures. The…
 
Dan Brisse is a snowboarder who’s known for insane stunts on his snowboard. This two time X-Games Real Snow Gold Medalist hails from the Midwest and is known for being one of those stereotypical hardworking Midwestern guys that works, and works and works, and then works some more. His focus has been a mix of backcountry jumps and the biggest urban …
 
Johan Malkoski is a legendary dude in the world of snowboard brands. He got his start as a ski bum in Colorado but there was no bum about Johan. Opportunities found him and forced him into the white-collar side of snowboarding. From cutting his teeth in-house at Wave Rave to N boots to being a founding partner in C3 worldwide, Johan has left his ma…
 
Nick Martini was supposed to be the biggest thing in skiing, and when he was healthy, he was going in that direction, but injuries got the best of Nick’s ski career. Good thing he was also an award-winning filmmaker who had plenty of downtime to hone his craft. These days, Nick’s Stept Productions has evolved into Stept Studios and what was a small…
 
Patrick McCarthy is one of those positive people that never seems to be in a bad mood….And why would he be? His snowboard career has spanned decades and he still gets more days that most. For 12 years, he charged hard as a pro rider who put out banger parts every year chasing snow and the dream. The whole time he was calculated, buying property and…
 
Redbull Rampage is the most insane event in all of sports. The bikers are gladiators and the desert is their colosseum. I take a trip down to Utah to check out the event and get quick interviews with the riders and more. It’s a do not miss episode from a do not miss event. Rampage Show Notes: 2:00: Lead up to Rampage 4:30: Josh Bender, Legend 7:30:…
 
Sean Tedore was an up and coming pro snowboarder in the early 2000’s. He had sponsors, film projects, travel and the things were looking up for Tedore until they weren’t. Multiple catastrophic knee injuries derailed his career, but he had a back up plan. He went to school and studied to be an engineer and then landed an engineering dream job buildi…
 
Simon Dumont is a legendary figure in the world of freeskiing. Known for boosting higher than almost anyone else in the halfpipe, Simon’s career was full of podiums and video parts. While he is a legend in the sport, things didn’t come easy for Simon. He was always too small and told he would never make it and he never listened. He willed and worke…
 
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