MMWUC: Tjäder and Bäckman get tricky, hemlock tree gets revenge

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This week, Jesper Tjäder and Simon Bäckman get tricky in Åre, Niklas Karlstrom drops a tasty season edit, and the folks at Stept share Shea Flynn’s full part from Mutiny. Down below, the world’s tiniest salsa dancers show off their moves, a tree exacts its revenge, and a bunny thoroughly enjoys some raspberries. Enjoy, and make it a great day out there.

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Best of the Shred:

Jesper Tjäder and Simon Bäckman jib creative set-up for Last Day in Åre.

Enjoy four-plus minutes of BC and urban domination from Niklas Karlstrom.

Watch Shea Flynn’s gritty performance from Stept’s Mutiny.

Ski-BASE front flip reminds you to be a little more extreme.

Chris Benchetler sessions the “Stepmother” jump in new 100% GoPro edit.

Get a firsthand look at the 2014 Nine Knights contest in new GoPro edit.



Best of the Rest:

Incredible six-year-old salsa dancers.

Hemlock tree gets its revenge.

Kid gets nailed in the head by RC car.

Look at this dog!

Bunny eats raspberries.

One hundred days of dance.

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