Lib Tech Presents: Holy Bowl-Eh?
Tag along with the Lib Tech Team for the final stop of The Road to Holy Bowly, at, you guessed it, The Holy Bowl-eh? Last year’s event took place at Sunshine Village in Banff, BC and showcased a new benchmark in course construction and maintenance. With everything from fast carves to big airs and synchronized runs, The Holy Bowl-eh? is not to be missed.
Featuring riding from Tucker Andrews, Jason Robinson, Phil Hansen, Ted Borland, Brandon Reis, Chad Fenlon, Jesse Burtner, Mikey Swearingen, Jamie Lynn, Blair Habenicht and Sky Siljeg.
Video by Sean Lucey.
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Lib Tech is proud to release the final chapter of the Road to Holy Bowly video series the “Holy Bowl-eh?”!
Last year we threw the boards in the Suby and hit the road. Surf breaks, pillow lines, concrete waves, kickers, slush and blower pow. Baldface, Billings, Saas Fe, Jackson Hole, Costa Rica, Eagle Pass and right back to Mervin Mfg. in Sequim, WA. We went everywhere….man. And now, once again, this endless road of amazing times spent testing gravity with great friends on the World’s Best Boards has led us to the hallowed transitions of Snowboy Production’s Holy Bowly. The location? The beautiful jaw-dropping scenery of the Canadian Rockies, Sunshine Village in Banff, BC. And waiting in those majestic peaks was one of the seven wonders of the world, a spring-time gathering of freestyle fun and soul quenching creative expression the likes of which few venues, if any, can offer, the Holy Bowly. Snowboy and Sunshine Village put together a “course” that could occupy any rider of any level’s full attention for weeks to just scratch the surface of it’s potential. The crew was thick, friends from all around the world and the vibe was all time. We hope you enjoy this final chapter of our Road to Holy Bowly series, we hope it inspires you and your crew to get out there whether it be a dream trip to a far-flung destination a staycation at your local hill or even the Holy Bowly itself. All it takes is the board and the drive to get on the road, oh wait, you’re already here.