Kevin Young

Raised in Ontario as a Lakeridge local, Kevin moved to Whistler in 1991 and quickly gained a reputation as one of the world's best. I loved doing this interview, Kevin was so rad to talk to! We are sponsored by The Boardroom Snowboard Shop and Wired Snowboards


Travis Rice

Travis Rice talks about Depth Peception, the new snowboarding movie from Rubble films at the Vancouver premier just a few short weeks ago. Leave us a 5 star apple podcast review and we will send you some Vans promo stuff!

Craig Kelly's Birthday!

We are working on a full Craig episode but it's taking more time than we thought it would. So here, in the meantime, is a little teaser put together with new clips from Peter Line, Jamie Lynn, Jeffrey Fulton, and Sean Sullivan. Plus never before heard footage from Kelly Jo Legaz, Judge Farris, Ken Wylie, and Jeff Krueger. If you've heard every episode of the podcast you will recognize clips from Brian Iguchi, Shaun Palmer, and Dave Downing. I even read a story from Craig's mom thanks to facebook messaging with Gillian, Craig's sister!! Enjoy the rest of your spring snowboarding!! FNRad Snowboarding Podcast will be back in December for our third season!! Thank you everyone!!!

Jamie Lynn

Jamie Lynn is one of the most recognized pro snowboarders in the snowboarding industry. His method has its own facebook page. His low key powerful style is a part of snowboarding's integrity. This is the final episode of season two, listen to the end to participate in our new segment "Are You A Snowboarder?"

Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones has been called the first snowboarding superpro by ESPN. He's won the Transworld Reader's Poll Rider Of The Year 3 times. He's filmed parts in Alaska with Standard Films. There's no denying that Kevin Jones has a supernatural talent on a snowboard. But at his core he identifies simply as a snowboarder. Recorded during the epic 2017 snow season, this interview with Kevin Jones is one we are proud of.

Johan Olofsson

The second wave of Scandinavian snowboarders included Johan Olofsson, a Swede who would turn technical freestyle on its head by taking big tricks to Alaska. If you've listened to our Tom Burt, Dave Hatchet, or Dave Downing episodes then you already know how much of an impact Johan's riding had on the world of professional snowboarding. He runs Svanstein ski resort in Northern Sweden now and has a baby on the way, due any day now!

Jeffrey Fulton

We revisit Jeff Fulton at his home near Mt Baker in WA. Jeff's placed 3rd at the Legendary Banked Slalom at Baker and has had a long lucrative snowboarding career as a Pro Rider, Contest Judge, and Coach. He's one of the most important people who's ever taken up snowboarding. And he still rides better than the majority of snowboarders.

Tara Dakides

Tara Dakides is from Southern California and she dominated X-Games Slopestyle and Big Air from 1999 - 2002 and worked as a professional snowboarder filming video parts with Mack Dawg and others until she retired in 2011. She's married now and is a mother of two. We talk about her life as a professional snowboarder, mother, punk rocker, skateboarder, not necessarily in that order.

Todd Schlosser

Todd Schlosser embodies what it means to be a snowboarder from the Pacific Northwest. He helped raise the level of technical freestyle in the 90's and was proficient at everything. He's the lead singer and base guitarist for the band Model Snake who you'll hear featured in this episode.

Sean Sullivan

Iconic photographer Sean Sullivan (@sulliphotoz) met up with us in Seattle WA for this conversation about being an action sports photographer, the changing role of the still photographer as filming became more lucrative, and the difficulty with making a living after the big switch to digital swept through the industry.