Scott Serfas

Scott Serfas started photographing his friends while they skateboarded and snowboarded and his friends happened to include guys like Devun Walsh. This is our conversation that we recorded at Wired Snowboard's Vancouver factory.

Sean Johnson

Sean Johnson defined what it was to be a snowboard pro in the early 90's then quickly went on to become one of the most infamous snowboarders of all time with his character Boozy the Clown in the classic Whiskey film series. I sat with Johnson in his living room at his house on Vancouver Island and we talked about his 20 years sober (this November) and the old days and everything in between.

David Benedek

Bert Lamar

Bert Lamar helped created skate-influenced snowboarding in the early 90's. His innovations lead the way for professional snowboarders to make a living in other ways then competing in contests. In this episode we reveal the true origin of the phallic Look Lamar Trickstick.

Chris Dufficy

Chris Dufficy rode for Forum and was a part of the Forum 8. He was the prodigy of Canadian snowboard legend Sean Johnson. Dufficy still rips today, snowboarding because he loves it. He's raising two kids with his wife in Kamloops BC.

Pat Abramson

Pat Abramson rode for Ride for ten years, won the Baker Banked Slalom in 2014, and continues to shred hard to this day. He and his dad drove down from Colorado in their new (to them) right hand drive Isuzu camper to hang out with everyone at LBS33. It was an honour to sit down with snowboarding royalty and talk a bit about his Pat's life.

Martin Gallant

Martin Gallant (The Godfather) moved to Whistler from Montreal and created an snowboarding dream life. From photo shoots to travelling the world with the Kemper team, from in bounds kickers to backcountry booters. Wherever there is Martin Gallant there is a launch and usually a fucking stomp.

Shin Campos

Shin Campos is a Canadian pro snowboarder who came up in the 90's. He's raising two kids in Whistler these days and running a production company. We caught up with him in the lobby of the Westin in Whistler.

Kale Stephens

Kale Stephens is a legendary Canadian snowboarder who moved from Ontario to Whistler and became one of the most popular pro riders of his time.  Kale talks to us abut his life in snowboarding from his early competitive career to his epic parts in snowboard movies by Treetop, Mack Dawg, and several others.

Jeff Keenan

Jeff Keenan joins the show travelling to our secret Seymour cabin from Whistler to record an interview about snowboarding. Special thanks to Nic for keeping the fire going and Crystal for having the cabin in the first place.