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DEVIL’S HEAD ENDS SEASON WITH RED BULL BUTTER CUP SERIES March 12, 2010 8:00 PM 0  Comment

After a huge weekend at Holiday Valley, NY and wrapping up all East Coast stops, the Red Bull Butter Cup series takes aim at the Midwest. Devil’s Head, WI will be host to the series on Saturday, March 13th. A short drive from Madison and the University of Wisconsin as well as being the last weekend of the season should guarantee an incredible weekend of riding and parties.

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HUGE TURNOUT FOR FINAL EAST COAST STOP OF RED BULL BUTTER CUP SERIES March 11, 2010 8:00 PM 0  Comment

Finishing on what proved to be a competitive region, the Red Bull Butter Cup series made it’s last East Coast stop this weekend. Holiday Valley Ski Resort hosted the series and its custom-made butter pads on a beautiful 40-degree bluebird day. The rider roster was nearly maxed out at 96 athletes and more than 1,000 spectators came out to catch a glimpse of the action.

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SPREAD THE LOVE! RED BULL BUTTER CUP WEST COAST SERIES SLIDES INTO TAHOE March 10, 2010 12:00 AM 0  Comment

Starting in March, the Red Bull Butter Cup West Coast Series is set to descend on the Lake Tahoe region with three stops for snowboarders to show off their buttery best. This Pro / Am contest series showcases creativity in technical flatland trickery with points awarded for how much style snowboarders can churn out onto custom-made features known as “butter pads.” Participants will jib, bonk, tap and slide across the pads, trying to impress the...

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HOLIDAY VALLEY MAKES LAST CALL FOR EAST COAST RED BULL BUTTER CUP SERIES March 5, 2010 8:00 PM 0  Comment

Moving on from highly attended stops at Mt. Holly, MI and Chestnut Mountain, IL the Red Bull Butter Cup series makes it’s last stop on the East Coast. Holiday Valley, NY will host the series this Saturday, March 6th. It’s short drive from Buffalo as well as being rated one of the top 10 resorts in the east by Ski Magazine will be a formula for some insane flatland riding.

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