The original Working for the City blew us away when it was released. It was better than most of the big name production snowboard films and featured tons of Minnesota riders. Well, this sequel definitely lives up to the standards set by the original. Watch as Jesse Paul, Colin Wilson, Cole Linzmeyer, and others destroy street spots that you may recognize.
A massive crew of riders showed up at Trollhaugen for a few days to film with 1817. Filmers Jon Stark and Riley Erickson were there to record all the hammers. There are too many good riders to list, but let’s just say it was good to see Sexton, Deiss, Young and Wilson all throwing down on home hills.
A bunch of Minnesota riders were invited to the Volcom PB&J Rail Jam Finals at Mammoth Mountain. As usual, these riders dominated the competition and took away several podium spots. Some of the major wins were Shane Ruprecht who took first in the Open division with Colin Wilson right behind him in second. Read our full-post for the standings of several other Minnesota riders and to watch the highlight video. Congrats to everybody!!!
Even though the snowboard season is pretty much over here in Minnesota, the video crews are working full-time in other locations. The Working For The City 2 guys have been spending some time out in Utah, and recently posted this banger edit from Brighton Resort.
The Volcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam went down last weekend at Powder Ridge. All of the big midwest names showed up and the competition was fierce. In the end it was Colin Wilson who took 1st place for the Men’s Open and Vanessa Moore snagged 1st for the ladies. It was actually Vanessa’s second PB&J win of the year since she made the drive out to the Montana event also. Hit up the full post for a full breakdown of the winners and a video provided by Volcom.