A-Cards is an all terrain killer. He's been riding The Summit his whole life, and it definitely shows. From the back country to backflips in the park, Aaron charges it all with a clean and lazy style. He's known for making the hardest tricks look like childsplay.
Cardwell certainly has paid his dues to The Summit. He's been on Park Crew grooming our parks since he turned old enough to join, and might know Central Park better than anyone. While riding he looks more comfortable than anyone else on their board, so keep an eye of for the smooth stylings of A-Cards.
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We are stoked to spend another year shredding with Krummy again. Stefan is another Summit raised guy, riding here since he was a kid. He's one of those guys who's imposible to not notice him while he's on his board. Stefan will send it off anything, and will always go bigger than anyone expects. From Superpark to Central Park, Krumm is always turning heads. Be on the look out for this guy flying through the air this season. For him, going slow just is not an option.
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There is a lot that can be said about Mikey. I've been trying to decide if he's better at skating or snowboarding for a while, and I think my conclusion is that he's a boss at both. It's easy to see that his board control and trick selection is heavily rooted in skating. The guy charges transitions, boosting higher than anyone else, all while holding the most proper of grabs. On jumps, Mike's not afraid to send it, either hucking a back nine, or floating a tweaked 180. The guys just looks like he's made to be flying through the air. On rails, Shwazy, as he's been known to be called, is an animal. Not only does he have basically any trick at his disposal on any feature, I have literally see him invent a few never been done tricks. When Scott Stevens, the master of creating new tricks, calls you out on a NBD trick, that's something to respect.
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You may see Andy hanging out in the lot or getting on the chair with his kids and think he's a normal dad. Really he is the epitome of a Rad Dad. I'm not sure if anyone knows the Alpental backcountry even close to as well as Andy. He skis fast, goes big, and charges harder than any other skier I've seen at Alpental. If you want the best guide around, become friends with Andy, which won't be hard because he's one of the nicest guys ever. Devore keeps the stoke high, and when you see him dropping crazy cliff lines, it'll inspire you to push yourself... if you can keep up.
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