This product is not on DVD, it is available via downloads or streaming video only.
The intermediate riding content is completely different to anything we’ve made before. It's designed to bridge the gap between our Learn To Ride program and our Freestyle tutorials.
This video covers a few issues that happen to intermediate snowboarders, how to spot them and what you can do to fix them. This tutorial is mostly related to body position. If you can get your body position correct, you'll snowboard a hell of a lot better and you're gonna feel more comfortable jumping, riding the park and hitting all types of features.
This video is designed to help intermediate riders become more comfortable on their snowboard. Most snowboarders get way to comfortable in one riding position. This usually happens because they learn without instruction. This video will teach you how to fix your bad habits.
This video covers riding bumpy terrain and moguls. Most snowboarders don't look for or enjoy riding bumpy terrain. However, often when you're trying to get somewhere you come across some pretty variable stuff. There's no point in side slipping it, this video will make you feel comfortable shredding it like nothing happened.
Riding trees can be some of the best runs on any mountain. They get less traffic than other areas and are thus a great place to find powder. The skills needed are a combination of the ability to ride bumps and powder. It is recommended to learn both of those skills before entering into treed areas.
Switch riding is an extremely important part of snowboarding especially when you start jumping, buttering and jibbing. This tutorial gives you simple exercises to help learn and develop your switch riding. As you get better, you're gonna wish, you’d practiced more switch earlier.
This video teaches you how to turn your snowboard using only the edge shape (sidecut) of your board leaving a clean line in the snow. The skill of carving is useful for riding pipe, in the set-up for spinning jumps and to control your snowboard at high speeds.
Riding in deep snow, powder, is one of the sickest/funnest things you can do on a snowboard! This video will teach you how to do just that. It covers 10 minutes of the basics from learning how to snowboard in fresh powder. We go over:
This video has lots of epic powder moments and will get you stoked.
This video covers a few of the basics of what you need to know and tools you will use in the backcountry:
In this video we cover aspects from fine-tuning your stance to falling safely, the topics discussed in this vid will help you to ride the entire mountain.
In this video we give you some tips on how to push your riding by improving your board control - jumping, slashing, buttering and spinning all over the mountain!
Riding by: Nev Lapwood, Jesse Millen, Chris Hargrave & The Junkie
Locations: Northstar at Tahoe & Whistler Blackcomb