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            Film News Inside Ericson Core's reimagining of the 1991 cult classic Point Break  Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 30 April, 2015 - Las Vegas, Nevada - Last week CinemaCon attendees, a handful of film jornalists, and a select few surf writers were allowed a glimpse into this Christmas' blockbuster, Point Break, a film inspired by Kathryn Bigelow's 1991 film of the same name.
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surfers tend to support surfers, go green!  be a hippie it feels and smells good +Lib Tech via +Mountain Weekly News 
In a recent article by Mountain Weekly News, they switched up their role of writing mainly about snow sports to feature a positive trend in the surfboard industry… eco friendly...
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+GhostBikes.com and +REI are teaming up for a series of demos across the country.  Don't miss the opportunity to try these amazing German engineered Mountain Bikes via +Mountain Weekly News 
Late last year, REI announced that they would be the exclusive US retailer for bikes from GHOST, a German manufacturer.
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a new goggle company that should be on your radar for next years ski and snowboard season via +Mountain Weekly News 
These fully loaded lightweight goggles should be on your list when researching your next pair.
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I am really stoked on what Arbor snowboards has been doing as of late.  Even more so that they are running our Editor's Choice award logo in their latest marketing efforts via +Mountain Weekly News 
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as outdoors man and women that demand the best gear, be sure to keep +Eddie Bauer on your radar when shopping for performance outerwear. via +Mountain Weekly News 
It is technically called the Eddie Bauer IgniteLite Reversible Pullover, but we called it the “lifestyle piece.”
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bring the music with you ANYWHERE you roll this summer.. via +Mountain Weekly News 
BOOM!!!! That’s the beats of your summer jam pulsating the bike paths, while being safely secured to your bicycle handlebars
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My favorite splitboard of 2015, so rad thank you +Never Summer Industries for making one hell of a splitboard
Riding the 2015 Never Summer Prospector splitboard will change the way you think about how a splitboard should operate.
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top to bottom this board handles it all with ease! One of my favorite snowboards of 2015, the Element from Arbor Snowboards via +Mountain Weekly News 
A leader in sustainable snowboard design, Arbor ensures that every inch of the Element is made with sustainable materials
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support shred brands, based in North America.  Its really that simple!  Thanks for the Love +Lib Tech via +Mountain Weekly News 
With all the demos and testing going on for the 2015/16 you will start to see more and more articles come out for next years lineups. In this one, Mountain...
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our picks for the best hybrid bikes for 2015.  Whats great about Hybrid bikes is they wont break the bank! +REI via +Mountain Weekly News 
Hybrid bikes are often the perfect choice for those that aren’t serious about cycling but still want a great way to get around town.
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you can take a surfer out of the water but...  +Mountain Weekly News +AVALON7 
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Josh - Assistant Manager Rip Off Artist... I took my Bronco in for an oil change and to have the Brake pads replaced. I received a call from the assistant manager saying they would not be able to work on my brake pads as "the rear brake is about to fall off" was severely rusted. That I would need to replace the brakes, bolts, nuts, springs etc. For a total cost of $1200. When I went to pickup my vehicle, the receipt showed 10W30 oil, I always used 5W30 as I live in the mountains with cold temps. I asked from 5W30 and was upset that the wrong oil was used. There was NO sticker inside the vehicle to show the oil change had taken place. Josh assured me he would take care of it. This is where the story gets worse..... When I went to pickup my vehicle we had been double charged for the oil change, no big deal I saw it on the receipt and Josh was able to refund the price. He told me "you sure know a lot about motor oil" I have a witness that was with me, I thought nothing of this and took my car home. The next day I went to a Brake specialist and was told my rear brakes were fine, no rust, no damage. He replaces everything did all the work for $300. I figured I should check my oil just in case, turns out it was EMPTY. Completely drained..... The day I left to drive from California to Wyoming. Josh told us her personally grabbed the 5w30 oil, now I believe he purposely and maliciously had the mechanic not put any oil in my truck. How on earth were 2 oil changes done. One with 10w30 and one with 5w30 and less then 24 hours later the truck has no oil..... I called to complain and have not heard back. My truck could have exploded on the road not to mention the upselling of parts and labor that was not needed. So how is Pep Boys going to resolve this issue?
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