Rome team rider Aspen Weaver kicks off this part-backcountry, part-urban Tahoe mashup (see 1:23), dropping into a 45-degree, cliff-riddled pow-face and just barely escaping sluff with every turn. Following up this mind-blowing opener, Weaver then handplants over a road overpass fence and tail taps the concrete wall below.
Grow Up Productions showcases the best of Tahoe's local talent in "Something But Nothing." Veteran Mountain Menace rider Ben Wynn shows some insane versatility (see 3:49), spinning over a rusty trailer and stomping pillow lines, wall rides, and a roof drop to down rail.
Unsurprisingly, Grow Up gave the closing part to slopestyle phenom, Tim Humphreys. The Flow team member throws down absolutely monstrous, dirty spins (double included), leaving no doubt why he's one of best big air specialists in world.