Hump Day Finds Kyle Clancy

Kyle Clancy lives outside the snowboard industry's box. Here's a rider that bailed on Mack Dawg's program to film on his own terms with Grenade until he took matters completely into his own hands and filmed "Who Cares" under his own production company, Mongo Pro. Here's a rider that won Red Bull's Heavy Metal rail contest among the world's best jibbers and then never hit another street rail again. Here's a rider that's done what he needs to do to make sure he can shred as much as possible in any given season on his own terms. He's been called a lot of things: "The next Jason Ford." "The expensive…
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State # 1: Wyoming

Circa 1981 If you were wondering what state would be number one, wonder no longer! According to my passport, I was born in Jackson, WY, so the Cowboy State wins by default! I never actually lived there though, Jackson was just the closest hospital to my new home in rural Idaho. Since then I’ve driven across Wyoming more times than I can count, but it was in 2007 I made it a point to visit Yellowstone national park. We sat in the pouring rain waiting for the stupid geyser to explode, only to be totally under whelmed. Ironically, on the way back from Old Faithful, we stopped at another spot…
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Hump Day Finds Kyle Clancy

Kyle Clancy lives outside the snowboard industry's box. Here's a rider that bailed on Mack Dawg's program to film on his own terms with Grenade until he took matters completely into his own hands and filmed "Who Cares" under his own production company, Mongo Pro. Here's a rider that won Red Bull's Heavy Metal rail contest among the world's best jibbers and then never hit another street rail again. Here's a rider that's done what he needs to do to make sure he can shred as much as possible in any given season on his own terms. He's been called a lot of things: "The next Jason Ford." "The expensive…
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State # 1: Wyoming

Circa 1981 If you were wondering what state would be number one, wonder no longer! According to my passport, I was born in Jackson, WY, so the Cowboy State wins by default! I never actually lived there though, Jackson was just the closest hospital to my new home in rural Idaho. Since then I’ve driven across Wyoming more times than I can count, but it was in 2007 I made it a point to visit Yellowstone national park. We sat in the pouring rain waiting for the stupid geyser to explode, only to be totally under whelmed. Ironically, on the way back from Old Faithful, we stopped at another spot…
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