Grade-A leftovers from Working for the City 2

Working for the City has redefined the standard for upcoming snowboarders in the Twin Cities area. Over the course of two years, Cole Linzmeyer, Jordan Daniels, Cullen Bernklau, Sam Bakken, Colin Wilson, Aidan Flanagan, Jesse Paul, Alek Binder, Jake Moore, Justin Fronius and Dan “Vinny” Vizant have re-approached old spots and discovered features that have always been in plain view through a new lens. This footage speaks to the vast amount of time and effort that went into making Working for the City 2 and shows the resilience these guys have in the streets.

From The Impaler’s Vimeo:

Unseen footage, extra angles and a further look into the amount of footage filmed over the course of a year and a half..

WFTC2 BONUS

Enjoy

Watch the full video here: vimeo.com/82719383

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Filmed by
Sam Duncan
Brett Spurr
Chris Duncan
Jon Stark
The Homies

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