Tom Wallisch is one of the best skiers of his time and is still as humble as they come. From the streets, to the internet, to the X-Games and the big screen, Tom is known for being technical as much as he is known for style. Pretty impressive for a kid who grew up skiing in MD and PA.
1:00: Breaking his neck mountain biking
3:06: East Coast Skiing and being a grom
9:07: High North Camp
10:30: Move to Utah for college
17:04: Rail skiing
22:40: Sketchy urban situations
34:45: Contests and the future of Tom’s skiing
36:50: Setting trends
39:00: The world record rail
43:30: What others think of Tom Wallisch
Snowboarding and hard work have done everything for Pat Bridges. A writer by trade, Pat is also a talented snowboarder who proves the old saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover.” Pat and I talk about developing his writing craft through snowboarding, the theme of his life and the road to Snowboarder Magazine.
Pat Bridges Show Notes
1:21: What has Pat been up to?
2:19: What’s a typical week look like to Pat?
3:48: Who was Pat in High School, how did he get into snowboarding and what else did he do?
5:14: What happens after High School?
8:12: www.evo.com supports “The Powell Movement” and created a special offer for YOU!
8:55: “The Powell Movement” Sponsor www.diecutstickers.com lets you know how to get a free set up as a thank you for listening.
10:56: What jobs and people helped shape Pat’s career in Snowboarding and what was his secret to writing success? East Infection Zine
15:12: What other jobs has he had at Snowboarder and what are his responsibilities as Creative Director?
21:09: www.spyoptic.com is all about the Happy Lens. If you haven’t tried them out yet, Spy has created a special offer for listeners that makes it an easy decision to pick up a pair of Spy’s.
21:51: www.sierraattahoe.com is the place to avoid crowds in the Tahoe area. Don’t spend a fortune on lift tickets to stand in line wishing you were at Sierra at Tahoe, go there instead.
22:51: Pat talks about the dream job.
24:49: Biggest career regret
26:11: What is Pat most proud of? Jake Burton Interview
28:27: Did he wear the half beard in the Playboy Mansion Grotto? Pat Bridges Half-Beard
Jeremy Jones is an American badass who has inspired countless people to head to the mountains. He dabbles in business and politics, but is known for snowboarding.
Jeremy Jones Show notes:
1:51: I couldn’t help myself and jumped right into Protect Our Winters and Politics
3:24: How Protect Our Winters is taking the election, what’s the new strategy and how will they make a difference moving forward? www.protectourwinters.org
9:58: Did Jeremy ever think he would be so involved in politics?
11:17: www.evo.com supports “The Powell Movement” and created a special offer for YOU!
12:02: “The Powell Movement” Sponsor www.diecutstickers.com lets you know how to get a free set up as a thank you for listening.
12:50: How did Jeremy get into snowboarding? Where did he grow up? What was that like?
15:31: Other sports growing up and what was Jeremy like in https://www.gocva.com/ High School?
20:22: Snowboard racing days and searching for powder on the days off
24:08: www.spyoptic.com is all about the Happy Lens. If you haven’t tried them out yet, Spy has created a special offer for listeners that makes it an easy decision to pick up a pair of Spy’s.
24:50: www.sierraattahoe.com is the place to avoid crowds in the Tahoe area. Don’t spend a fortune on lift tickets to stand in line wishing you were at Sierra at Tahoe, go there instead.
25:28: Was there big money in snowboarding for Jeremy in the 90’s?
26:18: What is the transition from being a racer on www.rossignol.com to riding big mountains?
27:23: Visiting his brothers www.tetongravity.com in Jackson Hole
29:26: Riding with Johan. http://snowboarding.transworld.net/videos/time-machine-johan-olofsson-in-tb5/#IqqAkKS6PHVhw5g3.97
31:17: What is the level of snow safety in the early days?
34:34: Getting the gear he wanted with Rossignol.
36:22: The fear of creating your own brand. The launch of www.jonessnowboards.com
40.46: The future of Squaw Valley. http://unofficialalpine.com/?p=11041