High Fives’ Retro Shred-a-Thon is coming to Copper Mountain, April 16

High Fives’ Retro Shred-a-Thon is coming to Copper Mountain, April 16

Neon jumpsuits and rear entry boots to swarm Copper Mountain for second annual Retro Shred-a-Thon, supporting the High Fives Foundation. Shred-a-Thon participants lap the American Flyer lift while raising funds for injured athletes.

On Sunday, April 16th, 2017, the High Fives Foundation and Phunkshun Wear will be taking over Copper Mountain, lapping all day on the American Flyer lift to raise funds for injured mountain action sports athletes. All are welcome and encouraged to wear throwback gear including one-piece snow suits, long poles, straight skis, shaped snowboards, etc.

Prior to the event, all participants are encouraged to reach out to their own networks for pledges and donations. I.e. fundraising is strongly recommended, but not required. Participating in the event is 100% free, except the cost of a lift ticket. $45 day tickets to Copper Mountain are available with participation. Join the party, and feel great about lending a hand (and a big high five) to a most worthy cause.

When: Sunday, April 16, 2017

Where: Copper Mountain Resort, Colorado

Who is invited: Families and friends of all ages

Registration: http://retroshred.highfivesfoundation.com/

Time: Registration 8:00 a.m. (at the High Fives tent); 9:00 a.m. event start

Our own Editor-in-Chief, Henrik Lampert, completed 40 laps at the inaugural Retro Shred-a-Thon for a one-day total of 68,000 vertical feet. Think you can up it?

Lampert’s 2016 punch card. One punch per lap, provided by the lovely ladies of High Fives.

Friends of High Fives along with High Fives’ founder, Roy Tuscany, center-right. Fun fact: Greg Hydle’s beard, left, skied approximately seven more laps throughout the day than Greg himself.

About High Fives:

High Fives Foundation is a Tahoe-based, national 501.c.3 non-profit organization. The High Fives Foundation supports the dreams of mountain action sports athletes by raising injury prevention awareness while providing resources and inspiration to those who suffer life-altering injuries. Formed as a way to “pay-it-forward” by the founder based on his own recovery to help injured athletes, the Foundation has helped 147 athletes from 27 states since its inception in 2009.

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