The Burton “Get Off On The Bus” tour finished with a bang at Superpark in Keystone, CO this weekend. Mason Aguirre, Danny Davis, Mikey Rencz, Kevin Pearce, Keegan Valaika, Jack and Luke Mitrani have traveled through four states over the past eight days sleeping, eating, playing Guitar Hero and chilling on the tour bus.

The tour started at Heavenly in South Lake Tahoe and after Team Challenge wrapped up and it was time to hit the road. First stop was Sugarbowl where the crew got shut down due to weather but the bus swung by a local skate park in Garnerville where they got a session in before the sun went down. Next stop was Mammoth for some jibbing, pond skimming and an epic sunset kicker session. The bus also stopped of at Brothers Skate Park to shred for a bit. After Mammoth, the crew rolled up to Bear Mountain for closing day where the guys had fun jibbing an old Chevy truck, did some dirt riding and hit some park rails. The bus made a stop in Vegas for a skate session at Sunny Breeze before heading up to Park City where the riders threw down in the pipe. The crew rode some pow in Brekenridge and finished the whole thing off with some of the biggest and most creative park creations of the year at Superpark in Keystone.

By the end of the tour the guys were worked with one broken ankle, some broken ribs and being just plain beat. They hit up seven mountains, five skate parks, covered over three-thousand miles and had a blast visiting snowboard shops, riding with shop kids and stoking out local shredders with free stuff. There was a great group of riders on the tour and with Blotto on board to take photos, Sean Aaron and Eric Hemans shooting for Fuel TV and a rotation of Burton filmers getting footage for the new Burton project, everything went really well. The riders are already talking about how it’s going to go down next year. Thanks goes out to all the people who helped make the tour a success.

We were at Team Challenge in Heavenly when the bus picked us up, then we hitsome weather at Sugarbowl but managed to get a skate session in atGardnerville that day before the sun went down. Then the crew hit upMammoth for some jibbing, pond skimming and an epic sunset kicker session aswell as a skate session at Brothers skate park. After Mammoth we rolled toBear Mountain for their closing day where the crew had fun jibbing an oldChevy, dirt riding and hitting some park rails. We stopped in Vegas for askate session at Sunny Breeze before heading to Park City where these guysthrew down in the pipe. We rode some pow at Breckenridge and finished thetour with some of the biggest most creative park creations of the year atSuperpark in Keystone.

By the end of the tour the guys were worked, from a broken ankle to a sickfilmer and from broken ribs to just plain beat. We hit up seven mountains,five skate parks, driving over three thousand miles visiting snowboardshops, riding with shop kids and stoking out local shredders with freestuff. We had a great crew of riders on this tour and with Blotto shootingpics, Sean Aaron and Eric Hemans getting it all on film for Fuel and ourBurton filmers rotating in to film for the new Burton project it all wentreally well. The riders were already talking about how it is going to godown next year before we had even finished this one. Thanks go out to allof the people that made this a success!