1. Simply Steezie!

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    Video by produced by Nick Dunmall and features the Rayne Longboards Team.

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    • Colabo GoPro Vol.2 - Music by Casterman/Lillywhite

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      Contact Daniel@ColaboInnovations.com for more information on GoPro Longboarding videos and how you can get involved. Contact you local skate shop and have them send me us an email. Music Provided by Dave Casterman and Lillywhite "Writing Letters Backwards"

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      • More, more, more

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        The Boys in Vancouver all went to the redneck party of the century known as Wack Attack and the chicks said screw you...We have better things to do. Just a little cypress bump draft action to keep a smile on our faces! Many thanks to Brianne, Glennda, Donminique, Christin, and Heidi!! (song) Rebel Yell-Billy Idol

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        • Gold Rush HD Longboarding Video presented by Unkle.ca, Coast Longboarding and Colabo.ca

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          Mens 1. Kevin Reimer (Vancouver) 2. Nate Lang (Squamish) 3. Mischo Erban (Vernon) 4. Douglas Silva (Brazil) 5. Hugh Johnson (Vancouver) 6. Adam Yates (Australia) 7. Spencer Smith (Seattle) 8. Andrew MacCannell (Calgary) Ladies 1. Brianne Davies (Burnaby) 2. Christen Gregorson (Ottawa) 3. Katie Neilson (Langley) 4. Charlie Daigneault (Pender Harbour) Groms 1. George Mackenzie 16yrs - (Calgary) 2. Wolfgang Coleman 15yrs - (Vancouver) 3. Steve Kopyt 16 yrs - (Whistler) 4. Quinn Dubois 9 yrs - (Deep Cove, N. Vancouver) Nearly 100 leathered longboarders spent Saturday, May 23 in Britannia Beach mining Copper Drive concrete for adrenaline in the inaugural Gold Rush Challenge. Spectators were positioned behind hay bales around all five corners, especially the three hairpins, cheering on the racers as they desperately clung to the cusp of control while skateboarding at speeds pushing 100km/hr. Leather suits frequently skidded across the hot pavement but it was the braking wheels that left marks as reminders of the track’s aggressiveness. Although the downhill event featured top international competitors, British Columbians earned the top three finishes and a total of $2000 in prize money. Former Squamish resident Nate Lang, who now lives in Vancouver, placed second behind fellow Vancouverite Kevin Reimer. Vernon’s Mischo Erban placed third and Brazil’s Douglas Dalua placed fourth in the four-man final. The Britannia Beach track forced the racers to use technical skills in order to find a balance between fast and frantic, said co-organizer Lee Cation. “This track brought out a different style of winning rider, someone who can handle the high-speed drifts to stick those corners and have complete control of their board while losing speed and gaining speed. It’s no wonder that it was some people from the region that won because they can tackle the terrain. “Once again we’re seeing that the talent is in B.C. and in Canada,” he said. Burnaby’s Brianne Davies was the top female finisher and ended up beating most of the male competitors. Meanwhile, 16-year-old George MacKenzie of Calgary was the top Grom racer, which refers to the young up-and-coming longboarders. And 14-year-old Spencer Smith of Seattle placed second in the Grom category and eighth overall. The consensus from the boarders was that the track indeed provided one of the most intense descents in North America. Max Erwin was eliminated after crashing twice in the semi-final heat. “ is a bit scarier because this is probably the gnarliest race course there’s been in Canada to date,” he said, adding that it’s difficult to continue racing after an accident. “You’re in the zone as you’re riding and when you crash you break out of that and it’s a bit weird. It’s a different feeling after you crash, for sure.” Salt Spring Island Longboarder Adrian English didn’t make it to the final but was pleased to get through the race without foot-braking, which is a less skillful way of cutting speed than turning the board sideways. “It’s a crazy course,” he said. “You really have to think about the corner and your braking technique in the corner because there’s no way you’re making it though at 80 or 95km/hr. It’s really a top notch track – world class stuff.” Cation and fellow organizer Bricin Lyons said they hope to make the Gold Rush Challenge an annual event. above written by NEIL JUDSON NJUDSON@SQUAMISHCHIEF.COM POSTED: MAY 29, 2009 "It was an epic day in Britannia Beach. We had sunny skies and awesome turn out. Big shout outs to all the volunteers and the residents of Britannia Beach! We gave out $2000 in GOLD and tons of prizes"

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          • Colabo's Tribute to Standard Def Video

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            In 2008 Colabo stepped up to HD Video. But let's not forget that it's about the art before it's about the quality. Not the other way around. Enjoy this little video with the original Colabo crew, Brianne Davies, Max Erwin, Kevin Reimer and Nate Lang. Dan Pape The Colabo

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            • HD Longboarding Video - Clips from The Fellowship of the Bearing

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              http://www.colaboinnovations.com/site/component/content/article/107-fellowship-of-the-bearing-official-trailer

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              • GoPro Longboarding Volume 1

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                Our cameras were spread out amongst the land. Kevin Reimer took one of Colabo's GoPro's to Brazil for the Teutonia Speed Challenge. All this was going down while Dan Pape did test speed runs (about 90k) with Patrick Switzer and some freeriding with Nathan Lang on BC soil. Scoot Smith borrowed the camera for a run and went down hard and that was the end to the Brazil Footy. Luckily Kev did tons of filming before Scoot crashed. Great news that he is ok. One of our camera's went to Berkley California with Hugh "Kibbling" Johnson for a little fast Cali style riding. Colabo-GoPro not only makes it easy but it's helps bridge this world wide community that exist in Downhill Skateboarding. See below for Dalua's creation. Thanks Hugh and all the riders for your efforts! We certainly look forward to more footy. Check back soon to see the newest GoPro-Colabo Videos as the two companies work together. Riders in above video - Nathan Lang - Kevin Reimer - Kyle Martin - Chris Dahl - Patrick Switzer - Dan Pape, Alley Skaters - Liam, Phil, Shawn, Adrian and more

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                • HD Longboarding Event Video by Colabo.ca - Ride the Giant

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                  www.RideTheGiant.ca brought to you by the rad crew at RayneLongboards.com Proud sponsors of the 2009 Ride the Giant (Summerland BC) are at the beginning of this video. Thanks Everyone for your contributions no matter how big or how small. Shot by Patrick Weir / Edit by Daniel Pape of Colabo Innovations www.ColaboInnovations.com

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                  • Colabo GoPro Vol.3 "Maryhill Freeride"

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                    Please contact Daniel@RyekaSport.com to find out how you can get yourself a camera. Who knows, you may even be on the next Colabo video.

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                    • Gold Rush Teaser

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                      It was an exciting day at the Gold Rush Challenge longboard race in Britannia Beach, British Columbia, Canada. The event is tucked away in the Sea to Sky corridor just a short 45 minute drive from Vancouver. Tall mountains that drop to sea level create the perfect condition for an aggressive expert level longboard race. Professional longboard racers came from around the world to race this challenging course. The weather held out for most of the day with the last of the heats having to face wet conditions. Team Rayne prevailed and dominated the podium: Men’s Downhill: Kevin Reimer – 1st Women’s Downhill: Brianne Davies – 1st Junior Downill: Spencer Smith – 1st

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