After the long drive from Charlie’s near death bed and a few quick stops in Maryland and Delaware, Charlie was off to Pennsylvania for some serious pre-season sales. Buckman’s Ski and Snowboard was the first venue and for their customers, these sales are the equivalent to a pow day for skiers in regions blessed with… Read more »
Der erste Schnee in Sölden ist gefallen. Pünktlich dazu ist auch das K2 Testcenter in Sölden startklar für die neue Saison. Die K2 Skis stehen im Testcenter oben am Gletscher in Sölden parat. Thomas Wilhelm ist der Leiter des K2 Testcenters. Tom, der selbst in Sölden wohnt, ist einer von 2 Europäern, die als internationale Testern für K2… Read more »
I don´t remember when we had snow that early. Well, I actually do. At least seeing some white spots high up in the mountains, or getting snowed in during some fall climbing trips. But when was the last time ski resorts opened mid-October, or one could still go up because the “summer season” is still… Read more »
Mammoth is opening for the season with a FREE lift ticket Friday Oct 16th! http://www.mammothmountain.com GOTTA PLAY!
Soon the first snow will fall in Europe. K2 makes sure that the next generation will be as successfull and rock as much as their role models. The training for the next K2 generation has already started. On the slopes as well as during the first fotoshooting for the upcoming season, the nex K2 generation doesn’t rank behind… Read more »
Garmisch Partenkirchen, Hausberg ski area. Today. More to come. Soon. Hopefully. Can´t sleep anymore.
This is Luis. Luis likes K2. Obviously. Some would say he is our Todd Bracher which might be close. But he is more than that. Demo guy, randonee specialist, trade show booth builder and even better merchandiser, timber man, stone wall creator, house builder, carpenter, soon father, soon husband (his future wife works at K2… Read more »
For those of you who have been following Charlie you may be wondering where the heck he’s been for the past few weeks. With about 4 thousand miles clocked on the tour he seemed to be running pretty good, but as anticipated it would only be a matter of time not if, but when something… Read more »
Am 2. Oktober 2009 wurde in Wien mit dem start von genau 5.000 rosa Luftballons die Pink Ribbon Night 2009 eröffnet. Ein Ballon als Zeichen für jede im Vorjahr an Brustkrebs erkrankte Frau in Österreich. Dank der unermüdlichen Unterstützung von Uschi Fellner und ihrem Magazin MADONNA konnten bei der Pink Ribbon Night 2009 mehr als… Read more »
A Snow Lovers Breast Cancer Research Foundation fundraiser.. This fundraiser offers women of all ages and disciplines: the opportunity to be involved in an all women’s snow event, make a difference by fundraising for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), and have a ton of fun skiing and riding with the K2 Alliance, their friends… Read more »
Yesterday Gian, Adi and Marco arrived back from Kathmandu. After spending days in the mountains all 3 are happy to be back in civilization enjoying a real bad, shower and nice Swiss food. Unfortunately onyl Adi was able to summit as Marco suffered from altitude sickness and Gian turned around with him on the summit day to… Read more »
You didn´t get a chance to got to the IAA and look at the new BMW X1? Wanna buy a new K2 ski? Or win a “BMW X1 Live” tour t-shirt and some K2 goodies? If you live in Germany you should then make sure to drop by any of the below mentioned Sport Scheck… Read more »
Sean Decker and K2 Charlie spent a few days in lovely Lake Tahoe, CA. During their stay they were able to catch up with Michelle Parker and Kip Garre and get a little video footage to boot…
Hello ladies, Well we are skiing in Lynchburg, Virginia now thanks to one of the few if not only public fake ski areas in the country. It takes a little getting used to, sort of like short astroturf with little sprinkler/misters to keep it slippery, but the K2′s took right to it. 3 “trails” open… Read more »
I worked my first ski sale of the season. The night before this pic was taken the line to the cashier was about 100 skiers long! Too busy to get a photo!