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dgridley:

Nothing like a fire, river, and fading light.

dgridley:

Nothing like a fire, river, and fading light.

(via coffeeinthemountains)

theoregonscout:

Sunset in the Sisters Mountains, OR.

theoregonscout:

Sunset in the Sisters Mountains, OR.

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GRAND CANYON TIME LAPSE

Photographers Gavin Heffernan (at left) and Harun Mehmedinović capture some truly spectacular time-lapses inYIKÁÍSDÁHÁ, a project named after the Navajo term for the Milky Way or “That Which Awaits the Dawn.”
http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/wilderness-resources/blogs/time-lapses-reveal-dazzling-starscape-over-grand-canyon

http://www.adventure-journal.com/2014/05/the-aj-list-8-moms-who-crush/

The Mountain Mucker is a race we can stand behind. Recently I spoke with Kim, the co-founder of the event and Adrenaline Junkies LLC. 
She shared with me a little about where the proceeds of the race go and why. “The New England Handicapped Sports Association (NEHSA) is a phenomenal organization dedicated to providing activities to patients with disabilities. NEHSA is based at Mount Sunapee, in Newbury, NH. Mount Sunapee is the site of our event so it seems like a logical and worthy cause when we were developing our race. They are primarily associated with their adaptive ski and snowboard program, which they host all winter long at Mount Sunapee. However, they also provide a wide variety of summer activities for their participants. Adaptive horseback riding, adaptive kayaking, and even adaptive archery programs are some of the summer activities they have.  As a nonprofit organization, they rely heavily on donations and volunteer activities to support all of the programs that they offer.

Their dedication to making active lifestyle and sport accessible for all people, regardless of their disability really feeds into the focus of our race. One of our primary messages speaks to overcoming all challenges that may crop up in your path and attacking them head-on, this is exactly what NEHSA does for their participants.”

You can visit their website at: www.nehsa.org
Big thanks go out to everyone putting on this event. We are proud to be a part of this and look forward to seeing you all there!!!
www.cbsports.com

The Mountain Mucker is a race we can stand behind. Recently I spoke with Kim, the co-founder of the event and Adrenaline Junkies LLC. 

She shared with me a little about where the proceeds of the race go and why. “The New England Handicapped Sports Association (NEHSA) is a phenomenal organization dedicated to providing activities to patients with disabilities. NEHSA is based at Mount Sunapee, in Newbury, NH. Mount Sunapee is the site of our event so it seems like a logical and worthy cause when we were developing our race. They are primarily associated with their adaptive ski and snowboard program, which they host all winter long at Mount Sunapee. However, they also provide a wide variety of summer activities for their participants. Adaptive horseback riding, adaptive kayaking, and even adaptive archery programs are some of the summer activities they have.  As a nonprofit organization, they rely heavily on donations and volunteer activities to support all of the programs that they offer.

Their dedication to making active lifestyle and sport accessible for all people, regardless of their disability really feeds into the focus of our race. One of our primary messages speaks to overcoming all challenges that may crop up in your path and attacking them head-on, this is exactly what NEHSA does for their participants.”
You can visit their website at: www.nehsa.org

Big thanks go out to everyone putting on this event. We are proud to be a part of this and look forward to seeing you all there!!!

www.cbsports.com

"We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down."
- Kurt Vonnegut (via beyondadventurejournal)

A TRUE SKIER

The true skier does not follow where others lead. He is not confined to a piste. He is an artist who creates a lovely pattern from virgin and uncorrupted snow. What marble is to the sculptor, so is a ridge covered in powder to the true skier. Snow whose beauty has been destroyed by a multitude of piste skiers does not record the passage of another. Only soft snow records the movements of individual skiers, and it is only in soft snow that the real artist can express himself. — Arnold Lunn, The Mountains of Youth, 1925

What does it mean to be #limitless?  To push past boundaries that you set for yourself, that society sets for you, that physical condition or age or circumstance seem to hold you back from.  

At CB Sports, we are firm believers in ignoring, defying and fighting these imposing limitations.  We look to stories that not only inspire us, but prove to us that anything can happen.  

Competitive long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad swam the 110-mile distance from Cuba to Miami while in her 50’s.  Jagger Eaton, the youngest X Games competitor ever at age 11.  Age does not necessarily effect physical condition, especially with the addition of hard work and drive into the equation. 

Tyler Block is a science major at University of California at Berkeley, and also pursues his passion for gymnastics by performing in Cirque du Soleil.

Whatever your goals are, these stories and others are reasons to continue pushing your limits to achieve your goals.  Being #limitless means living life to the fullest.  It’s a goal that requires daily effort, but we can guarantee that it’ll be worth it. 

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Lauren Yobs for CB Sports

Trick Tips Archives | Snowboarder Magazine

Check out this awesome segment from Snowboarder Magazine on tips and tricks to try out.  We’re all about trying out new tricks, and we know that even though spring is around the corner, somewhere up North there’s still a snowcapped mountain to try them on.  

Check out these tricks and let us know which ones you master!  Tweet at us @CBsportsapparel, or tell us on Facebook! 

Stay #limitless- we know we will with this long list of ways to defy gravity and master the mountain. 

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Lauren Yobs for CB Sports