Each year I make a pilgrimage to the snowboarding and adventure Mecca of Colorado to partake in all of the goodness that amazing state has to offer.
This year I joined a group of friends including TJ Mizell (A$AP Ferg's DJ and Jam Master Jay's son), Roofeeo (drummer for TV on the Radio and producer of "All About the Money"), photographer Craig Wetherby and filmer Eddie Grams for a trip we dubbed "The Mile High Tour."
Along the way we linked with everyone from Danny Davis and Mark McMorris to Diplo and the Major Lazer Crew for a trip that went from shred missions to an epic house in Aspen during X Games to fun times with Burton Snowboards in Denver to a night with Damian Marley and Major Lazer at Red Rocks and back to more shredding.
It was pretty f—king rad. I can't wait for next year!
Check out some of our tour rewind featuring photos by Craig Wetherby, Gabe L'Heureux, and Eddie Grams and the tour mini movie by Eddie Grams and you'll see what I mean.
It might sound crazy but one of the most anticipated events of Winter X Games 2015 didn't take place in the Superpipe or on the slopestyle course, but rather in a dark tent full of dudes playing video games. We're not making this up either.
Two weeks ago in Aspen, Major League Gaming and X Games hosted a global event for Counter Strike that drew as many spectators as the men's Superpipe final. To see this world up close, Dose sent Tim Brodhagen into the tournament to talk to master gamer Eric Hoag (aka "adreN") about living the dream life of a pro video gamer. Needless to say, these guys have it good.
Do you want to live the life of a Major League Gamer? Sound off in the comments.
Michalchuks and spine transfers aplenty
A great day in Aspen