Imagine having access to private contest sized jumps. Last winter this became a reality with the launch of the Montgomery McCaul Project. The guys at Root One Media made it happen and all the locals put in the hours digging. With the conclusion of AT's Showdown, Andrew Taylor supplied the wooden lips. Soon enough the project was wrapped up and all that remained were the towering jumps.
Fast forward to 2012. With AT's Showdown once again coming to a close, the lips were brought back and the line resurrected. This time, things were different. What once was a dedicated film project was now an invaluable training location for Ray George and Jack "The Breadwinner" Fogelquist. The stage was set and the morale high. When the dust cleared, we were left with a film of our own.
What we present to you is the epitome of our hard work.