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The Third Helping – Full Movie

Alday brings you The Third Helping. A snowboard project filmed in Utah, Michigan, Wisconson, Park City Mountain, Eagle Point Resort, Woodward Copper, and Mt Hood Oregon. Shredding with Ryan Flaska, Andrew Tassell, Sam Klein, James Jacobs, Greg Miller, JP Fleege, Grant Giller, Mark Pairitz, Javan Padilla, Devin Whiteley, John Ingham, Mike Mead, Zeke Greer, Clancy Campbell, Brian “B Train” Winch, Cameron Skelton, Chris Durgin, Cody Hyman, JP Hood, and Rico Rosenberger.

Filmed and edited by Alden Dow.

Additional filming by Chris Durgin, Heber McNeill, Hunter Meakin, Ryan Flaska, Jack Coakley, Cooper Hoffmeister, Gordon Kaplan, Lauren Eikenberry, Andrew Tassell, Cameron Skelton, Auston Lamoraeux, Sean McGee, Javan Padilla, and the crew.

People’s Court: Tanner Gallant vs Dave Faircloth

After last week’s celebrity battle, we figured we better get serious again with some good old fashion home made videos. Both riders in this battle get down in their parks and the streets and yes, you will see some long forgotten tricks of the past. I’m talking Michael Jacksons and swivels and they are back with a vengeance. Vote for your favorite rider or vote against which faux pas tricks you hate more. Either way someone is walking home with some fresh Yobeat clothing and a chance at a Banshee Bungee.

Tanner Gallant

vs

Dave Faircloth

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If you think these guys suck and you are way better, or you’d just like to be part of the People’s Court, send a link to your video (on vimeo or youtube, please – videos hosted on other platforms will not be be considered) with your name, address, size and a little bit about yourself to [email protected] If you’re chosen for the battle, we’ll send you an email when it goes live. Each week, the battle winner will receive a prize from the YoBeat Store. As of February 2011, the video with the single most vote each calender month will also receive a Banshee Bungee.

The People’s Court is brought to you by:

Mandatory Disclaimer: Battles are open to any amateur snowboarder. As long as you are not getting paid by any brand, you are eligible to compete. You may choose your size, but not style (prizes are given away based on availability.) Videos should be submitted by the rider, not the videographer or your asshole friends. But whatever.