For nineteen years, SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s Superpark gathering has routinely pushed the limits of what is possible when it comes to building and riding next level, man-made park terrain. Now, SNOWBOARDER Magazine is once again set to take this level of inbounds freestyle riding to a place where it has never been before, east of the Mississippi. For 2015, SNOWBOARDER is bringing Superpark to Seven Springs Mountain Resort, located in southwestern Pennsylvania.
“Seven Springs is honored to be the first East Coast resort to host Superpark,” declared Joel Rerko, the Director of Mountain Operations for Seven Springs. “It is incredible to be a part of the snowboarding progression that happens at Superpark.” Having taken part as a visiting build team at four previous Superparks as well as hosting SNOWBOARDER’s 2014 The Launch event, Seven Springs was an obvious choice for this year’s venue.
According to SNOWBOARDER Creative Director Pat Bridges, “Hardly a day has gone by this winter without the 24-hour news cycle mentioning record snows back East and record lows when it comes to base depth out West. This has created a perfect storm, so to speak, making this the right time to bring our Superpark event to the right coast.”
Joining the acclaimed Seven Springs Terrain Park staff in erecting Superpark will be Bear Mountain’s legendary builders as well as Boreal Mountain’s terrain sculptors, making this truly a bi-coastal affair.
Superpark 19 presented by Nexen Tire will take place at Seven Springs, Pennsylvania from April 5-9, 2015. The global market leader for snow grooming machines, Pisten Bully, has once again signed on to be the official snowcat supplier of Superpark.
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About NEXEN TIRE
Nexen Tire is a global manufacture of high performance, passenger, SUV / light truck and winter tires, utilizing the latest technologies and delivering the highest quality in the industry. Nexen is also one of a select group of tire manufactures that are specified as standard fitment on original equipment vehicles, which is a true testament to its quality products. Investments made in state of the art manufacturing and cutting edge research and development ensure that Nexen will continue to deliver on its brand promise to customers. Nexen is dedicated to ensuring that active families and individuals reach their destination safely while enjoying a smooth comfortable ride. More information about Nexen’s products and its brand promise is available online at nexentireusa.com.
About Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Seven Springs Mountain Resort, located in Seven Springs, Pa., is committed to the development and growth of its terrain park program. As home to the East Coast’s only Olympic-size halfpipe and six progressive terrain parks boasting nearly 100 features, Seven Springs’ hard work and dedication has been nationally-recognized for four consecutive years as the East Coast’s top terrain parks. Located within 200 miles of the major metropolitan areas of Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cleveland and Washington D.C., Seven Springs is easily accessible from either exit 91 or 110 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. For more information about Seven Springs Mountain Resort, visit www.7springs.com or follow Seven Springs Terrain Parks on Instagram @ride7springs or call (800) 452-2223.
Read the full Superpark 19 presented by Nexen Tire comes east to Seven Springs, Pennsylvania – April 5-9, 2015 article on Snowboarder Magazine.