Hinterland Skis: Why Slow and Steady Does Win the Race

Hinterland Skis: Why Slow and Steady Does Win the Race
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With a lineup boasting only the top-six custom ski shapes, the team at Hinterland Skis is simply focused on building a really nice ski. … read more

Camp Woodward Park City: Renaissance for the Action

Camp Woodward Park City: Renaissance for the Action
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Camp Woodward is the Tesla of a space-age conglomerate that hosts international resorts based around every action sport that pushes gravity to its limits. … read more

Community, Merriment and Climbing at the Deadpoint Competition

Community, Merriment and Climbing at the Deadpoint Competition
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The Deadpoint climbing competition at The Front Climbing Gym included costumes, tacos, dance parties and, of course, good old-fashioned bouldering. … read more

Milosport x Vans: You Can Skate the SL.AM Competition

Milosport x Vans: You Can Skate the SL.AM Competition
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Salt Lake has always had an amazing skateboarding community. That’s why Milosport jumped on curating the idea of the SLAM competition. … read more

Shaping the Future: An Interview with DPS Founder Stephen Drake

Shaping the Future: An Interview with DPS Founder Stephen Drake
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Stephan Drake, founder of DPS Skis, realizes the vast potential of the area, and his dedication to building quality, hand-crafted skis exists to this day. … read more

Di’namik 2017 @ The Front Climbing Club

Di’namik 2017 @ The Front Climbing Club
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After four previous years of experience, Di’namik drew large crowds from the Utah climbing community, especially in the newly remodeled Front Climbing Club with its 35,000 open square feet of walls. A major appeal for this competition is its open-citizens format, where anybody and everybody could compete alongside some of the world’s best climbers. … read more

Fueled by Nitro: Travis Pastrana

Fueled by Nitro: Travis Pastrana
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What is there to say that hasn’t already been said about someone as talented and inspiring as Travis Pastrana? As if the 11 X-Games gold medals in several different sports aren’t enough, Pastrana has also created his own legacy with another household name: Nitro Circus. … read more

The Wallisch Report: First Chair Festival

The Wallisch Report: First Chair Festival
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X Games slopestyle gold medalist Tom Wallisch is heading to the inaugural First Chair Festival this coming Saturday, Sept. 17, at The Complex, and it’s fair to say that excited is an understatement. The festival will feature brews from Sierra Nevada, film premieres and live music from Too$hort and BoomBox. … read more

Rocking n’ Rolling On and Off the Board: TCOY Coughlin

Rocking n’ Rolling On and Off the Board: TCOY Coughlin
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TCOY Coughlin rips, both on a skateboard and on the drums. When it comes to his skating, we’re talking 50-50 front shuvits on sketchy uprails followed by equally sketchy hill bombs. And the music? Straight rock n’ roll—with a dose of psychedelia. So, if you haven’t heard his band, Max Pain and the Groovies, now’s a good time to toss on a track. … read more

Regatta Garage: Fabricated & Understated

Regatta Garage: Fabricated & Understated
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Regatta Garage, along with local builders Pangea Speed, Salt City Builds, Bang Moto and others, will be displaying custom bike builds at the upcoming Craft Lake City DIY Festival on Sunday, Aug. 14, as a special preview in conjunction with the motorcycle and art show Salty Bike Revival (SBR). … read more