Wow, I had such a great day at Storlien today. I though the season was over after our little springbrake, with a lot of work and school coming up, but I was wrong! Last night me and Marius decided we would give it a last try with the good weatherforecast for today. He had to be back at work just after lunch, so we didn’t have much time. Fortunately, Storlien brings short laps and minimal liftlines to the table, and we spent the time well. We shot a little mellow video for you guys, hope you like it, cause we had tons of fun!
Want to see a new edit? Jacob Wester is hosting a new competition in Storlien, Sweden the 2-4th of April, and I have made a video to qualify to the competition. You can see it here: http://www.freeride.se/video/35810/
Give a warm applause to Christer for putting this little edit together in 10 mins.
Seeing reality the way it is supposed to!
Sometimes TV and internet don’t give you the right picture of what’s “really” going down at that particular time. With ski and snowboard beeing seen on TV, most of the jumps look rather small and booring, while in real life they are huge and scary. Snowstock in Kongsberg last weekend was all about that last thing, but it didn’t really show in pictures and videos. Well, this one will give you the right perspective!
Video: Torjus Leiknes
I can’t believe how fast they have edited this video. So much sick skiing today, and it looks like my switch 12 is something I can use for future purposes. Thank you, and enjoy!
To make things a little more fun, I brought the Contour GPS out to play with today. And yes, I did ski, also.
Well, I have been thinking of doing a new tricktip for two years, but never got the time. Today I had a little time while beeing at home, and I made this. Hopefully it will help you do this trick, or maybe it will make you do it better if you allready know how to do the trick.
This is MY and only my way of doing it. Many of you have probably other ways to do it, but I think it will help you get on the way with it.