6 Questions with an SIA Rep

1. CMCSKB: How did you get the opportunity to go to SIA? Riley Myers: When I was still living in Michigan I helped set up a MRA trade show for Rossignol. Mid-way through the show, I walked around and ran into the owner of Candygrind, and began talking with her about my upcoming trip to Colorado, ironically the same time as SIA. We talked about how I grew up riding CG mittens and how much I loved the brand. After talking a bit about my passion for the brand and the upcoming trade show, she asked me to help set up the SIA booth. I have been with the company since. This year was my third year with CandyGrind at SIA. 2. CMCSKB: What was the start-to-finish process of SIA? Riley: We got there o

Sk8 Church-Woodward

Vincent Mami - CMC Snowboarder Vincent Mami had the awesome opportunity to join Steamboat's local Sk8 Church to take an adventure down to Woodward Copper, an indoor action sports training playground for all athletes. The Barn features multiple skate/scooter/bmx zones, six different levels of foam pit jumps, indoor ParkSki™ and Burton ParkBoard™ training, springfloor, tumble track, five Olympic-grade flybed trampolines and one 12'x12' Super Trampoline, The Barn has everything you need to practice your moves and have tons of fun in every session. On your adventure with Sk8 Church to Woodward Copper, 1. How did you get down to Copper? -Sk8 Church provided a bus for transportation so that everyo


Hi, I was one of the student participants in the CMC rail jam that happened on February 10th. It was one of the most fun and relaxing rail jams that I’ve ever been too. It kind of just reminded me of a fun rail session that you have with all of your friends just to have a good time. And honestly, that’s what skiing is all about, just having fun and appreciating how lucky you are to be shredding a rail yard on your school campus. I’m really hyped that I found a school that hosts and pays for rail jams for the student skiers and snowboarders. But wait, the rail jam gets better, the student life coordinators hosted a raffle for all of the people attending the rail jam and gave away sick prizes