Pat Moore launches onto the November 2009 issue. Interview inside!
TransWorld 2010 Resort Poll
It’s here! The 2010 Resort Poll results are in and there have been some huge upsets. We’ll give you the number ones in all the categories, but you’ll have to get your hands on an issue to see how each category broke down.
#1 Park,—Lights, Cameras, Action In Aspen’s Celebrity Park: Buttermilk, Colorado
#1 Pipe—A Pipe Built For Gold: Buttermilk, Colorado
#1 Overall Resort—A Complete Rider’s Package: Snowmass, Colorado
And on the East Coast:
#1 East Coast Park: Mount Snow, Vermont
#1 East Coast Overall Resort: Mount Snow, Vermont
#1 East Coast Pipe: Seven Springs, Pennsylvania
Pat Moore Interview
Kids need heroes. Not too long ago, Pat Moore was one of those kids. But now he’s on the other side—instead of reading the interview, he’s the worthy subject. By all measures, Pat has made his childhood dream of becoming a top pro rider into a reality.
If there’s something I can say to these kids, it’s that there is no difference between me and you.—Pat Moore
The riders and filmers who made Get Real happen were all over the map last winter. We just tried to keep up with ’em …in this issue we document sessions: an early season shoot in the streets with Joe Carlino, Jed Anderson, Chris Grenier, and Will Lavigne days before Thanksgiving; a pipe shoot with Scotty Lago and filmer Greg Wheeler—”“I was suspended from a cable! It was weird, like flying or something. Not scary, just a little awkward.”; a heavy Jackson Hole mid winter shoot battling the weather with Kyle Clancy and Sammy Luebke; and a reality check at the Sandman Hotel in Revelstoke. ever wonder what it’s like to be on a film crew—here’s the inside scoop. Oh yeah, and you can get your copy of the movie now here.