Snowboarder Bio’s

Rider Bio: Moss Halladay

Moss Halladay_1

The most exciting thing out of New Mexico since Taos lifted the ban on boarders, Moss has since left the west side of the tree and gone north. Only moving so far as Colorado, Moss broadened his bag of tricks and began to link up with locals, filming with So-Gnar and a variety of other…


Rider Bio: Louis Paradis


Louis is a man of many first names. His most official name, Louis-Félix Paradis, sounds just as classy as he looks, on rails that is. Bringing tech techniques to some of the streets most rugged metal, whether you call him Louie, Louif or Louis the style remains the same. Stance: Regular Home Mountain: Le Massif…


Rider Bio: Chris Carr

Chris Carr_1

Another product of the East Coast system, Carr is not only a fun guy to be around, but a fun guy to watch on a snowboard. Using a creative approach when logging footage and choosing features, be on the look out for this up and comer who can stomp bolts off any staircase you throw…


Rider Bio: Sage Kotsenburg


Currently calling Utah home, Sage takes full advantage of Park City’s gargantuan jumps for dialing in his double cork 1080s.  An up and comer who began beeping loudly on the radar a few years back, Sage has now hit the podium twice in slopestyle at Winter Dew Tour and looks to have the passion and…


Rider Bio: Forest Bailey


Vermont has pumped out its share of technical rail riders in it’s day, including the likes of Chris Rotax, Yale Cousino and most recently Forest Bailey. Sweeping up rail jam titles across the country for the past few years, Bailey is on a mission to tackle all the metal in his path. Stance: Goofy Home…


Rider Bio: Chas Guldemond


If you’ve glanced at a slopestyle podium lately, you’ve definitely seen what Charles is capable of. Moving west from New Hampshire to follow his dreams, Guldemond struck gold since moving to California, winning a Winter Dew Tour stop, the US Open and the Nippon Open in the last two years alone.  One of the riders…


Rider Bio: Austen Sweeten


Part of the new generation holding it down for the Northwest, Austen Sweetin follows in the footsteps of legends like Peter Line, so you know he’s bringing the goods to the table. A certified A grade jumper and powder slayer to boot, look for Sweetin to spread his stoke and style across screens everywhere in…


Rider Bio: Desiree Melancon


Quite possibly the best thing that’s ever come from Riverside, Desiree has been putting down hammers and raising the bar for women through untapped presses and casual controlled style. Though her backlips and frontboards may look simplistic, don’t be fooled by the true level of difficulty behind her faultless maneuvers. Stance: Regular Home Mountain: Bear…


Rider Bio: Jess Kimura

Jess KimuraPUBLISHEcropD

Jess crushes the stereotypes once directed at all women snowboarders. Shredding through multiple injuries to produce standout parts in Peepshow’s premiere production, look for Kimura to impress as the solo female in Think Thank’s “Right Brain Left Brain.” Earning the title of Snowboarder Magazine’s Ms. Superpark standout 2010, Jess is not only on a path…