When in Whistler: Episode 204 – Last but not least

Well, that’s a wrap! LAST BUT NOT LEAST is the final episode of our 2013 WHEN IN WHISTLER series presented by Boardworld. It’s been a great end to the season.

In this fourth and final episode, we join Geoff Brown and 3CS Comrade Gordon Emery in the backcountry once again. We hit urban locations with Geoff, 3CS Comrade Mat Galina, FYVE team rider Marc Triffitt, and welcomed Braden Dean and Spencer Kaleb to the crew.

To top it off we have the FYVE trio of Ryan Manning, Greg Murray and Marc Triffitt join David Kinskofer and Canadian jump slayer Charles Reid in the Whistler Blackcomb Terrain Parks for some of the best times we’ve ever had shooting sunny spring shred.

Supported by 3CS Outerwear, FYVE Snowboards, Mint Tours, Ashbury Eyewear Australia, Drift Innovation, No Limits Motorsports Squamish, Underground Tuning and Aus/NZ Snowboarding Magazine.

Additional Filming by Benjamin Webb, Vanessa Chan & Tajima Keiji
Intro graphics : Luke Mallinson @ Giraffe Visual Communication Management
Intro track : ‘Monsters’ by Woodrowgerber
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Edit Track : “Peking” by Jakarta Criers
Website – Jakartacriers.com.au/
Facebook – facebook.com/jakartacriers

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