Rhythm n’ Bruisin’ at White Pass: Helltrack Gets Rad

Taking inspiration from BMX, the folks at Mervin Manufacturing put together a first of its kind, judged rhythm section competition last week at White Pass. Challenging riders to string together nearly 20 jumps in less than 35 seconds, the snowboard version of helltrack was nothing short of rad. Carrie Uren took first in the women’s pro division while Kent Callister took the top spot in the men’s pro field.

Rhythm’n Bruise from Lib Tech on Vimeo.


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