Episode 4 is the Splitfest episode! It features live check-ins from the Bozeman Splitfest in Montana, an interview with Spark's Marketing Manager, Dan Ventura, an Ask Will segment, and an excellent interview with Neil Provo.
Episode 3 (S2) of The Splitboard Project features an interview with Robin Van Gyn, a live chat with Will Ritter on the skin track, a discussion on maple syrup, and a Bucket List conversation on splitboarding in the Pyrenees.
In Episode 2 of Season 2, Mark and will again chat splitboarding with Will on the actual skin track. Mark also talks splitboarding in New Zealand with Mike Handford and catches up with Wasatch legend, Mike Meru. Towards the end of the show, Will takes time to answer a grip of listener questions in the 'Ask Will' segment.
In Episode 1 of Season 2, Mark catches Will on the skin track for the podcast's first field conversation. Mark also chats with Ryland Bell about backcountry shredding in Alaska, gets some pro tips from Chad Otterstrom, and talks early season prep with Will.
In episode 6 of The Splitboard Project Will answers listener questions and gives some helpful hints to get the most out of your spring touring. The episode also has interviews with Melissa Brander and Griffin Siebert. This is the final episode of season 1.
In episode 4 of The Splitboard Project, Will answers listener questions and discusses different field fixes he has learned over the years. The episode also features interviews with Spark team riders Antti Autti and Byron Bagwell.
The Splitboard Project is a splitboard-specific podcast we're doing with our friends at The Snowboard Project. We're super pumped to release episode 1 as we ramp up towards the splitboard season. The episode is co-hosted by industry veteran Mark Sullivan and our very own Will Ritter.
Episode 11 of the Spark R&D Podcast features an interview with Jay Moore. Jay is the owner of the famous World Boards, a skate and snowboard shop in Bozeman, Montana. In the interview, he discusses among many topics, his early days in California skating and riding, how he got to Bozeman, how he started the shop, his first interactions with Spark R&D and Will, and how he stays stoked after all these years.