Salomon Back Yard Band This Weekend at Tremblant

The Salomon Back Yard Bang will be held this Saturday, part of the You Look Good Rider’s Cup series. This slope-style competition – for snowboarders only and known throughout Canada – will be held at Tremblant again this year, for the fourth time.
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Mont-Tremblant, February 5th, 2009

-The Salomon Back Yard Bang will be held this Saturday, part of the You Look Good Rider’s Cup series. This slope-style competition – for snowboarders only and known throughout Canada – will be held at Tremblant again this year, for the fourth time.

The competition is a TTR World Snowboard Tour three-star event. The not-for-profit global organization recognizes snowboard competitions worldwide with a system of one to six stars, and creates a winners’ list of the best riders. The more stars an event has, the more points competitors can obtain as they try to move up in the classification.

The competition lasts all day and will be held in the Parc Sud – the South Park. To attend, it’s important to have a valid lift ticket. It is not, however, necessary to have an Adrénaline park pass as it will be possible to see all the action from outside the park. Don’t miss the only stop that this event will be making in Québec. The boys and girls of all ages who are taking part will be truly impressive. Once the day is over, you will have the chance to join the Coors Light party in the Café d’Époque – a great way to top off the day (18 years or over).

The Bang card – even more amazing

The Bang card offers breathtaking deals! For only $68 per adult ($50 for teens aged 13 to 17, and $40 for kids ages six to 12), get a full day of skiing and up to 40% off on lift tickets until the end of the season. And if you purchase your Bang card before February 27th, you get rental equipment for a full day… free! Certain conditions apply; details on

tremblant.ca

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