Teton Gravity Research is releasing another ground breaking ski and snowboard film this fall. The producers of Teton have brought you films like, “Light the Wick”, “Re: Sessions” and “Lost and Found”, now add another film to their collection.
“One for the Road” is the new Teton film featuring the most progressive riders in skiing and snowboarding. And like all films in the past Teton has used the greatest technology like Phantom, Canon DSLR, GoPro HD, and Red to capture the most amazing shots. Filmed on location in Japan, Iceland, Montenegro, Macedonia, Pemberton; BC, Boldface Lodge; BC, Juneau; Alaska, Jackson Hold; WY, Tignes, France; Utah; Squaw Valley, CA. The film takes riders and viewers on a road trip around the world.
“One for the Road” documents the athlete’s life on the road. The film takes the skiers to new locations and captures some of the most unbelievable footage to date. Road trips are a part of every skier’s life and define one’s being. Wisdom is gained from rider’s experiences on the road and personal missions are set or achieved.
The film features a cast of riders, ranging from the young guns to the wise; all can throw it down any day. Ian McIntosh, Griffin Post, Chris Benchetler, Dash Longe, Daron Rahlves, Rachael Burks, Callum Pettit, Erik Roner, Grete Eliassen, Shroder Baker, Andreas Hatveit, Rory Bushfield, Nick Martini, Tom Wallisch, Dana Flahr, Mike Riddle, Josh Dirksen, Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Sven Küenle, Todd Ligare, Byron Wells, Dylan Hood complete the cast.
Check out the trailer for the film here!
More information about the film can be found at tetongravity.com