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It's the 4th Annual Retro Fools Day, Saturday, April 6th! Don't miss all the action, because if you don't go this year, you'll only be another year older when you do. There will be a mega prize raffle and awards for best dressed, fastest time, best trick, and most radical. The older and more retro your gear the more style points you get in the stunt ditch and quicker time you post in the downhill slalom race.
Thanks to all the athletes for coming out, what an amazing event! Check out photos from the weekend HERE.
That's right fellow shredders: the halfpipe has been cut and now we're the only mountain in Washington that has one of these badboys!
The Greatest event in the history of the world is back for the 3rd year.
Download the waiver form here & bring it to registration. (Under 18 must have parent signature)
The date has been set, the course is being designed, the neon is being collected. It's the 3rd Annual Retro Fools Day, April 21. Don't miss all the action. This years event will be the biggest yet. We have turned the volume up to 11.
This year Lib Tech and Gnu are stepping up and becoming title sponsors for the event along with with a long list of supporting sponsors this year's event looks to be great. We have added a new Stunt Ditch for total freestyle radicalness.
There will be a mega prize raffle and awards for best dressed, fastest time, best trick, and most radical. The older and more retro your gear the more style pionts you get in the stunt ditch and quicker time you post in the downhill slalom race.
Proceeds this year will support both SOS Outreach and The Service Board.
Entry Fee Donation $10.00
With Limited Edition RFD3 Tshirt $20.00
- 9-10am - Registration
- 10:15am Chinese downhill, top of hogs back to the start of the race course
- 10:30am Downhill Slalom Race
- 2:00pm Stunt ditch
- 4:00pm Awards at the Bullstooth
- 5:00pm RV Lot Après
Dear snow enthusiastic world,
As a snowboarder, I tend to recognize only two times of year, winter and everything else. It was during this non-winter part of the year that I found myself sitting on a stoop in Wallingford watching the same people walk by day after day. And it was here that I observed that no one was saying hello. No one was even making eye contact. This seemed all too unnatural and stuck with me.
Fast forward to the beginning of winter, and I find myself in the mountains surrounded with familiar company and friends. Everyone says hello and no one is afraid to strike up a conversation. These observations are shared, and a new understanding of why we are all here begins to take shape.
Inspired, me and my friends (aka Hot Lava) have set out to capture that which brings everyone together here at Stevens Pass. Below is a short teaser for the film we are making. It won't be about the newest trick or biggest air, but it will have a heart, and we hope you will join us on this adventure.
Welcome to the COMMUNITY.