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Kirkwood Update with Coop!

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Coop tells us a lot of the things that are new at Kirkwood since the partnership with Vail. Sweet!

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Coop and P-Mac at Kirkwood

Rahlves Banzai Tour 2012 Alpine Meadows Tour Date Change

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The snow is here but it is not deep enough yet to cover obstacles on the course of the Alpine Beaver Bowl Banzai. So the dates have been pushed back to the 23rd and 24th of February. Daron Rahlves explains and there is some cool POV shots. including a face shot at the end!





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Daron Rahlves Checks the Banzai Course at Alpine Meadows

Skiing and Rahlves

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Skiing and Rahlves. Daron Rahlves knows ski racing and freeskiing and ski cross and skis…. He tells you about the Banzai Tour Race expansion and takes “calls” from the live studio set up outside the Warren Miller showing of, “Like There’s No Tomorrow, ” in Sacramento. Timy Dutton crashes into the set and talks some trash that we will release in another ski video.
Have fun this season! The stoke is building!





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And Ski with Daron Rahlves this year at the Banzai but hag out at the movies to with Timy Dutton.



Beaver Bowl Banzai The Movie

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The Beaver Bowl Banzai event was even more of a blast than anticipated. Here, you will see some commentary that will give you some practical eating-habits to emulate so that you can ski and board like a champ. Nate Holland, Errol Kerr, Kristina Revello, Langley McNeal, JB Benna, Grahm Watanabe, to name a few, keep their tips up so that you can learn from them. Here are the results again, in case you missed them


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I learned a lot during my first race. Here are two things: Don’t ski on your new skis because they are new. Ski on your most appropriate boards, regardless if they are old. I wanted to ride my new boards and they were chattering and flopping around on the ice. I should have used my old racers. Even if they are 10 years old, they would have grabbed the ice and carved better. I didn’t want to show up to a comp with old gear. I was worried about what other people would think and that is ALWAYS complete bu11$hit and a stumbling block in life. I wished I would have remembered that.


Don’t psych yourself out. I thought I was going to make a huge impact in the race the faster I went. What a foolish thing to think. I am a 6th grade teacher and blogger by day and a “weekend warrior-skier.” I am up with Olympians and X-Games medalists and pros of all shapes and sizes. I should have just been wanting to have a fun run and just SKI it. I was happy to just be there and be in the mix. As I was in the start gate, my butterflies in my stomach flew up my throat and into my head. I became an adrenaline machine instead of just being my fun-skiing-self. I crashed and was out. Oh well. I will just have fun the next race and likely end up doing well.