Posts tagged ‘Mt. Seymour’

Nike 6.0 Greatest Hits Videos

02 March 2010, 19.16 | Posted in Events, snowboarding, videos | No comments »

Amidst all the chaos of Vancouver, Nike 6.0 threw a mellow rail jam on the sun soaked slopes of Mt Seymour called Greatest Hits last weekend. With the ocean and the city skyline sparkling in the background, local Van shredders got to hit full scale recreations of the Red Ledge, Burlington Double Set, and a BC Electrical Box while Louie Vito, Greg Bretz, and Elena Hight got to have their first chill-out day on the hill all year. Here’s Greg and Louie as well as some of the action from the day. Read more on ESPN.

Nike 6.0 Greatest Hits | Burlington Double Set

19 February 2010, 17.45 | Posted in Events, snowboarding | No comments »

In what will hopefully be a mellower event devoid of trumped up scandals, Nike 6.0 is putting their recreation of the famed Burlington Double Set at Mt. Seymour to the test as part of their rad Greatest Hits program. Van locals as well as Pro/Olympians Greg Bretz, Louie Vito, and Elena Hight will be around to kick it and see what pops off on the set. Full info after the jump.

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Nike 6.0 Red Ledge Opening Video

05 February 2010, 15.39 | Posted in resorts, snowboarding, videos | No comments »

Last Saturday, Mt Seymour in British Columbia and Nike 6.0 opened up the Greatest Hits Park with the famous Red Ledge from Montmorency Falls in Quebec City. Local rippers like Justin VDP, Chelsea Armstrong and Corey McIntosh sessioned the ledged while heads partied alongside. The next feature to be opened will be a BC Electrical Box and the final feature, opening on February 20th, will be the Burlington Double Kink. Stay tuned for more.

Nike 6.0 Greatest Hits | Red Ledge

27 January 2010, 13.35 | Posted in resorts, snowboarding | 1 comment »

Showing their continued dedication to core shredding, Nike 6.0 has created the Greatest Hits project at Mt. Seymour, British Columbia. For the next month, Nike 6.0 will be recreating three legendary shred spots at Mt. Seymour, starting this Saturday, January 30th, with the Red Ledge from Montmorency Falls in Quebec City. Not necessarily anti-Olympic, Greatest Hits is more of a reminder that snowboarding is way more about homies than medals and flags and each fabricated spot is being chosen through an online vote at Spot #2 is a BC electrical box and spot #3 is still TBD. 6.0 and Mt Seymour are also throwing in lots of treats during each session. We’ll have more on this throughout the month. Full info after the jump.

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