A-Side | B-Side: Chas Guldemond’s tunes to get steezy, and tracks to take it easy

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Chas Guldemond is well known for his power in the park — the man has flipped and corked his way onto countless podiums, with a multi-colored collection of medals to prove it. What is it that motivates a rider like Chas to throw down so hard? Steezy hip hop, apparently. Listen, download, and get amped with Chas’ park playlist; then chill out, grab a crew, and take some solid powder turns with a few mellow-ed out free riding tracks.

“All this music reminds me of my past. The good old days of free riding with friends on the weekends.” — Chas

A-Side: Powder turns B-Side: Feelin’ steezy in the park

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