To subscribe via iTunes visit www.theseasontv.com. Coming in January 2010. The Season is a 22 episode, web TV series following five athletes through the course of a single season. A veteran climber invents a new piece of gear. A pro snowboarder searches for a way to return to the roots of his sport. A boulderer returns from a series of injuries with new perspective. A family man goes to Whistler to test himself against the mountain biking’s elite. A young sea kayaker with a troubled past sets out to reinvent his sport.
Finally The Season has arrived. Follow five athletes through the course of a single season in the Northwest(or Southwest if you're in Canada). Enjoy.
Big thanks to our sponsors Arc'teryx, New Belgium Brewing, Outdoor Research and Kuat Racks.
Meet 26-year-old Paul Kuthe. This season Paul set a little goal for himself -- reshape the sport of sea kayaking. Paul may have the stoke and drive of a teenager, but he carries the wisdom of someone much older. Find out why.
Meet Anya Miller. After a series of nine surgeries on her knee, she vowed to look inside and see if there was a reason for all her injuries. Was it something she as doing wrong? Problems are all from the Gold Bar Area.
Jonaven Moore went against his better instincts to get a shot for a film part and it nearly took his best friends life. Faced with the implications of his decision to poach a wilderness area via helicopter, Jonaven stepped back from professional snowboarding and decided to make a change.
Dr. Scott Petett is a family man. He's worked long hours to build an incredible practice and care for his wife and daughter, but strip away the lab coat and he flies through the air like super man. This season, Scott Petett has decided to head to Whistler to race.
Matt Maddaloni used climbing as a vehicle to explore the world, but found there was a limit to his body. He could only climb so hard. To maintain his passion he had to find new ways to push himself. This season, Matt decided to create a new experimental piece of climbing gear and put it into action.
Paul Kuthe and friends arrive in Prince Rupert B.C. to explore the Butze Tidal Rapids.
Matt Maddaloni has decided to move forward with the anti cam. First, he's got to go inspect the hanging flake high on the Squamish's famed Grand Wall. Will it go?
Jonaven Moore reflects on his time spent filming in Alaska and how his approach to snowboarding has changed through the course of his career.
Dr. Scott Petett came to downhill mountain biking later in life, but he's got a teenagers drive and stoke for the sport. In this episode, he hits his local trail and reflects on the importance of the sport in his life. It's a way to stay healthy, a way to sane and a way to keep challenging himself.
An abnormally high tide nearly washes away the teams camp and derails Paul and company's mission to explore the Butze Tidal rapids.
Winter arrived like it was pissed off. November in Whistler was one of the best months of skiing ever, yet Jonaven Moore was no where to be found. The caboose was for sale. He had moved to a trailed on Vancouver Island's lonely coast. Jonaven put his heart into the ocean and surfing
Anya Miller was desperate for answers. What caused her to hurt herself? Was there even a reason? A year after her last surgery, Anya is back in form, sending hard, tall and proud problems.
The Anti Cam is ready for testing. Matt is about to find out whether his vision is pipe dream or possibility. He's going to have to start taking whippers on this new piece of gear. Shot in Squamish at the Smoke Bluffs.
Dr. Scott Petett is on the move. After a season of dialing it, it's time for the race up in Whistler. The backyard trails lead straight to mountain biking's main stage.
Jonaven's season is nearing its conclusion, but before that happens he's got a statement to make. An unexpected window of weather and avalanche stability allows a trip to the Tantalus where Jonaven and snowboarder Jeremy Jones put their "climb what you ride" mentality into action.
Anya Miller tackles some of Gold Bar's tallest problems. Her goal this season was to stay healthy and start sending, move to the big city, get married. It's time to send.
Paul Kuthe and co have a decision to make. Stay or Bail? After the flood wiped out their camp it would be easy to give up on their season's goal.
The race is finally here. The countdown has started and it's time to see how Scott Petett is going to do against some serious talent.
It's come down to the wire. Matt's foot and ankle took longer than expected to heal. He couldn't climb again until this winter, but in his free time he went to work redesigning the anti cam. Now he's got three shiny pieces of gear, a renewed enthusiasm and a date with the guillotine flake.
That's it. That's all. After a year and half of work, the Season winds down, but not before we catch up with Matt as he tries to free climb the guillotine flake high on the grand wall.