Ride Guide World On-Line Release Season 12
Author - Ride Guide
Date - 11/30/2009
RIDE GUIDE TV DROPPING FRESH ON-LINE SHRED ACTION STARTING NOVEMBER 30
Over Thirty Websites Will Feature New Episode Every Two Weeks
CALGARY, Alberta, November 30, 2009 - “Ride Guide TV,” a mountain travel series responsible for feeding the stoke of millions of skiers, snowboarders and mountain bikers worldwide for over 14 years, is about to launch yet another season of fresh, epic lines from around the globe.
Massive online, and on-demand, distribution to over 30 websites means the opportunity to live vicariously through some of the best skiers and snowboarders is just a click away. New terrain and compelling stories unfold documentary-style from the eyes of the athletes as they explore some of the world’s most fascinating snow destinations.
“We will be loading a new episode every two weeks,” says Kevin Pennock, “Ride Guide TV” Founder and Executive Producer. “From incredible catskiing and heli descents to watching the JP Auclair ‘Great Wall of China tee shirt incident’ go down; tuning into ‘Ride Guide TV’ is the next best thing to actually being there.”
Highlights from the next season dropping on-line starting November 30 include an mission down B.C.’s famed “Powder Highway;” a Norwegian adventure with Salomon pro skiers, Cody Townsend and Elyse Saugstad; the Armada team trip to China and New Zealand; adventures in Switzerland and Spain; as well as the kind of footage from North American resorts, and catskiing and heli-skiing operations that inspire sick days and last minute road trips to the nearest snow-covered mountain.
“Ride Guide TV’s” on-line distribution is vast with over 30 partners and includes the biggest snow and video viewing websites on the Internet: Freeskier, MPORA, Freecaster, Dose, Powdermag, Broadband Sports, SkiUnion, DogLotion, YouTube and Vimeo. Watch episodes and get a taste of what the Ride Guide crew is capturing this winter by becoming a fan at ww.facebook.com/rideguidetv.
“Ride Guide TV” can also be seen on OLN, Rush HD, Shaw VOD, Rogers VOD, and Men TV. “Ride Guide” can be seen in 22 million homes across the USA on The Ski Channel. Ride Guide is broadcast into 55 countries throughout Europe on The Extreme Sports Channel and into 1 million homes in Australia on Fuel TV. Ride Guide is broadcast on all Air Canada planes worldwide on 200 aircraft, seen by 2.7 million passengers per month.
Ride Guide is a mountain travel TV series, where the athletes share their adventures on skis, snowboards and mountain bikes from locations throughout the world. Watch for a new episode every two weeks from “Ride GuideTV.” Follow Ride Guide on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/rideguidetv), Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/rideguidetv) and YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/rideguidetv).