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Lil’ Air Festival @ Alpine Meadows

4 Comments 21 April 2008

Li'l' Air Festival @ Alpine Meadows

The Tigel Terrain Park was ROCKING Saturday for the Sick & Twisted Lil’ Air Festival. Jonas, our Terrain Park Manager, built up a special kicker just for the kids. The first annual Lil’ Air Mountain Festival was made possible thanks to Toyota, Under Armour Performance, SnowBomb, Alpine Meadows, Roxy Snow, Huck Doll and Zola Acai. Kids 10 years old and younger had their own day on the park. Competition was stiff and everyone has a blast!

The event kicked off @ 11:30 and the kids were flying everywhere! These little guys and girls are amazing! We saw all the tricks: 180s, 360′s, some spread eagles and a few yard sales. Those kids are made of rubber. They all bounced back and had a great time.
After sessioning the kicker for about an hour, the kids took two runs for the crowds. Then we had to drag them into the lodge so we could give them their awards. Everyone was a winner at this year’s Lil’ Air, with all 52 contestants awarded a Huck Doll and Alpine Meadows Hooded Sweatshirt. In addition, a random drawing was held to award more than $1,000 worth of gear from Roxy Snow and Huck Doll.

Thanks to all the families who came out! We can’t wait to see you @ Big Air next year!!!

-Mike

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  1. Wolfy says:

    So cool! When I was a kid we got nothing but dirty looks for hitting jumps. I want to be 8 again!!!!

    -M

  2. Rob says:

    Go team Alpine little ones!

  3. My kids are sooooo stoked for their huck dolls. What an awesome time we had. Both kids have worn their sweatshirts to school every day all week!


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