YES. Missions: The Solo Mission – Tadashi Fuse

From YES. Snowboard TV via Vimeo:

Tadashi Fuse spent most of the 2013 season riding the Whistler backcounty… by himself. Tadashi’s driven like no other. He knew that in order to accomplish his goals for the year, coordinating with other riders, sharing filmers, and compromising, just wasn’t going to work. So he set out every morning, hours before other crews, and hiked, sledded, dug, and explored with only his equally dedicated filmer, Taro Koeji. What’s even more amazing is that most of his footage from last season was from entirely new jumps, and un-ridden pillow areas that were massive hikes from where you can get your sled to. If you want to go deeper into Tadashi’s world, check out lifestyleproject.info/

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