Up close and personal featuring a Mo-Pros team rider gearing up for a ride out into the mountains.
Couples that go out into the backcountry together, stay together! Two pairs of skis no problem with the full packet bracket!
This isn't our average backcountry sled access photo. This photograph is unique showing a different side to the places you can Mo-Pro.
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Team athletes are planning on flying into the new year by building jumps out in the backcountry! Sled Access done the right way!
Who’s headed out this weekend? Who need to blow off chores and go riding? The holiday season brought us plenty of snow across the pacific northwest.
Glacier Ski Shop
Rainy days spent well outside Glacier Ski shop on the way to Mt.Baker in Washington.
Tahoe, currently firing.
Jeff Sponzo has been roop'n the sierras all season....along with lots of shoveling :)
All we want for Christmas is more blower days. Riding the Polaris Axys through December was great but we were consistently trading technical riding with repetitive bottom outs and spikes rebound on the stock with suspension platform. Can’t over tighten the springs cause you’ll lose your top for rider initiation and shake out your kidneys in the process. Heavier PNW snowpack also played into the trenching behavior of this machine. You can ask @dane.caldwell, oh I owe you lunch.
What a difference fresh legs on an Axys can make; the Mo Pros Suspension Tune is rider balanced and math for specific riding style. Getting our tune in here has turned this sled into a scalpel for aggressive mountain riding and boosted confidence even more on this machine. Additionally there have been significantly less sticks and that means more energy to rip :)
On this Christmas Day we couldn’t ask for anything but a true backcountry mountain sled that absolutely rips. We good and we goin riding; again. 13 days straight.
In case you need help explaining why you were late for dinner tonight.
Late to the lot but first one at the zone. This is Mo Pros country!
Don't let lower elevation temps fool you. It's pop'n.
Vibes. Corey Seemann with a Monday send. Fat 2 flat on the snowbike for life.. Good thing he had the bca pack on.
Tips up Tuesday? Ajoosta GRS on the skidoo 154” track. Banks Gilberti with a calm and collected view back to the camera. Top sheet on those skis are out of control!
Banger sled skiing edit in the best mountain range on earth, assisted by MoPros Mtn. Equipment
Gotta be bringing the gal out for the warm weekend. Sage Kotsenburg for some roop'n with the lady Noelle Boney crushing those 850 dreams.