Author Archives: Alex Thornburg

Radventure RADtrospective: Have Board, Will Travel

After leaving Montana I made my way through North Idaho, passing some old family stomping grounds, visiting smoky bars, and being reminded that Affliction sells shirts. The area resorts had shut down earlier than usual, so there was no shredding …

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Radventure Part 10: The Big Sky Vortex

You may be thinking: another week in Big Sky?! But before you judge me, just keep in mind that Big Sky can be like a vortex of awesome, especially with the right group of people. Sure, there are a bunch …

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Radventure Part 9: Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

When I embarked on this trip, I didn’t have much of a plan. Where I’ve gone next has been dictated by snowfall and the availability of rides. My very loose original plan has already changed multiple times, which is just …

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Radventure Part 8: Spring Gets Sprung

Spring officially begun last week, but I feel like I’ve been spring riding since February (to the detriment of liver). I found my way into Bozeman early in the week with plans of skating and raging St Patty’s with droves …

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Radventure Part 7: Mantana

When I left you guys on Monday, I had made the last minute decision to take a trip to Red Lodge Mountain. I was a little late to the bus stop on this one, with the storm already having passed …

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Radventure part 6: Big Sky Country

In general, I’ve been bringing the snow with me to places. Technically, the same was true for my arrival in Big Sky, MT last week. That is, if you count a paltry amount of trace snow. If I had my …

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