Signal Snowboards - Rider Owned and Operated

I recently broke my thumb in practice at the Showdown Over the City so I've got a good week left to catch up on my blogging. First off, I wanted to announce that I'm more than stoked to be riding for Signal Snowboards and Celsius. Like an unfaithful boyfriend, I have been eyeing down the Signal website for the past few months, checking out the product at SIA in Las Vegas and have happily made the "board sponsor" transfer. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Evidence that the 156 Park Series can eat powder as well. R: Barry Hartman PH: Bryant Bell"][/caption]

I've been riding the 156 Signal Park deck for the past couple weeks and am really stoked. When it dumped, the thing floated ontop of powder. It's a solid park board that felt great on the 70-foot booter that Grouse Mountain built. The best thing about the Park Series is that you can find one for $400 since it's Signal's lowest priced deck.

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Broken thumb FS 7 in the semis. Photo: Bryant Bell"]fs 7 showdown barry hartman by you.[/caption]

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="FS pretzel. Photo: Bryant Bell"]front board showdown by you.[/caption]

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Signal homie Tim Barker showin' how it's done. Photo: Bryant Bell"]9 by you.[/caption]

Grouse Mountain extended their closing until April 26th so don't pack in your shred anytime soon. With about three weeks left you can be sure the park crew will be on top of their game.