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The Snowboard Project

By Mark Sullivan

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The Snowboard Project offers an in-depth look into the world of snowboarding. Weekly news and daily interviews with those that have defined themselves as snowboarders give a unique perspective on the sport from the inside out.

Customer Reviews

Pure stoke, history and perspective

I'm not even sure how I ran across your podcast, but it continues to be a great listen. I've been riding for 30+ years and probably much like a large part of this audience, spent at least one or more seasons as a "local" who never really wanted to go home, but did anyway. I've been plugged in and totally unplugged from snowboarding over the years, but the joy has made it back in my life. My days are minimal, but I never want to give up linking untracked turns or trenching groomers. You guys are helping to keep that stoke on fire. Not sure how I've never heard of Tailgate Alaska---it just moved to the top of my bucket trip list.

Keep politics out of snowboarding

I liked the show until they went political.

Pure authentic passion

There are few in the multi-faceted, yet fledging Snowboard media industry/shindig who ooze their love and dedication to anything to do with snowboarding like these guys do on every new podcast release. The Monday show is a great weekly recap to keep all of us, coming from many different walks of life and ages who all make snowboarding a part of their lives in “the know” when it comes to industry. The long form interviews are also solid. No corporate sponsor is safe when it comes to questioning. Everything is put on the table. That’s what keeps me looking for a new interview twice a week. The Snowboard Project keeps me going.

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  • Category: Outdoor
  • Language: English

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