Powder and Rails
Season Three of Powder & Rails concludes with a 4-episode series on Bryan Iguchi, premiering March 22nd.
A smorgasbord of snowboarding’s movers-and-shakers explain how Jamie was the first of his kind—apparently, it’s all in the cowboy stance.
We have the first ever Powder & Rails love story with a true Mount Hood Timberline romance.
Jamie Lynn ends his series as he should—with no regrets.
We catch up with snowboarding legend Jamie Lynn at his Seattle home that he currently shares with his overweight cat.
Mike recruits more of snowboarding’s delinquents onto the Lamar team and evolves into big mountain freestyle riding.
Despite Craig Kelly’s best Obi-Wan Kenobi guidance, Ranquet still pulled an Anakin and strayed to the dark side.
Teenaged Mike Ranquet was basically like Bobby Budnick from “Salute Your Shorts”—a relentless troublemaker.
When Tahoe City covered their garbage with dirt, they unknowingly created the first halfpipe in snowboarding.
Frustrated with closeting his skateboard through the winter months, a pre-teen Tom Sims decided to craft a board that could function in the snow.
King Kidwell invents the McTwist, inspires the halfpipe, and dominates all on his original freestyle board.
Terry and his peers throw down some of the first-ever documented tricks on their way to becoming the premiere generation of snowboard royalty.