Considering it’s success in year 1 there were large shoes to fill when it came to the 2nd Shredtown Jamboree, but thanks to our incredible team it’s safe to say we took this event to new heights in 2016! To say it was a “team effort” would be an understatement when it came down to it. The Shredtown Crew spent endless days on the barge sledging, sawing, screwing, tanning, starving and painting away to make sure the Jamboree went above and beyond expectations in its 2nd year and the result was nothing short of that when 25 of the best park riders in the world showed up to the ranch and laid eyes on the park with grins from ear to ear. Three days of non stop action with the team went by all too fast as everyone came together to create an array of entertainment both on and off the water.
We’re incredibly stoked on all the footage and media exposure surrounding the event and want to send out a special thanks to the entire team for their efforts! Especially Mr. Steffen Vollert who absolutely killed it on the event edit working all hours of the day and night alongside teammates Andrew Adams, and Jeff McKee to make sure the production of this event was a success!
Does anyone else have the post Jamboree Blues? The good news is there’s always next year…
-Team Slingshot Wake
– Photo Gallery – imagery: Bryan Soderlind
Welcome to Shredtown: The Hollywood of Wake
Chris Abadie going down during a road gap session
Andrew Adams giving the guys a tour of the Park
AA welding up the road gap handrail