I was looking at it for years and was waiting for the right moment to hit it. This huge rock-drop works only with lots of snow. Last season we had a heavy winter and it dumped hard the correct amount to give it a try. The location looked more and more appealing to me so as a closing session of the day I decided to take the risk and charge it. In order not to overshoot the landing of two meters long, I chose to take l
A common tell but it’s different when you live it. This is how it started when I first came back home from Tahoe. One month wasn’t enough so I decided to move there for the season of ’10. A 4 month trip that changed completely my riding level.
Returning from the BEO, I found myself back in my home mountain, Parnassus, along with a few friends. After a day of riding we realized that the season was not what we had expected so we came up with a new plan. Eugene was about to go study in the U.S. and we decided to go along with him snowboarding for a whole month. The tickets were booked just a few days later and the plan was to be in Lake Tahoe beginning of Ma
19/02/2006 It was a year after I had an injury where I lost the whole 2005 winter season. Having a sedimentation vertebrae (a kind of a spinal dislocation), I had to face the “endless road”, where waking up every morning meant nothing more than lying in bed all day long for healing and resting. As I was recovering, all my passion for snowboarding became more intense. Mental progress never stopped and I ha