This episode will lure you in and make you smile as we combine Abel fly reels and Signal snowboards for the ultimate catch and release adventure on the Mount Hood glacier with pro snowboarder Kazu Kokubo and Yusaku Horii!
This episode's challenge is to merge Signal snowboards technology and Crankbrothers Mountain bike component technology to create a new next-level custom adaptive snowboard customized to get a new crew of shredders on the hill.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, the Signal Snowboards crew teamed up with the Keep-A-Breast foundation in an episode that brings a little education, fun, and snowboarding to a very serious subject, and build a custom Bra Board.
Every Third Thursday graphic designer Meg Smith is cute, funny, and loves tattoos and yoga. She's never shy to say what's on her mind and always willing to help a project along. Everyone loves Meg... and not just because she brings delicious vegan snac...
Signal Snowboards gets caught up in the Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 game release by building a bulletproof Snowboard! The build starts with an inspiration trip to Treyarch Studio and is executed using a tactical jacket.
In this cast profile episode Signal Snowboards founder, Dave Lee explains how the idea of Every Third Thursday came about and how it has snowballed into something much greater than he ever anticipated!
This cast profile episode explores how Signal Snowboards marketing director Marc Wierenga started building boards in a garage and how that evolved into a full blown snowboard factory in Huntington Beach, CA.
The sun shines brightly on this episode. Signal Snowboards team up with Powerfilm Solar to create a solar-powered snowboard! Snowboarder Tyler Flanagan straps in and charges the Mammoth Mountain jumps while charging his electronics at the same time.
Signal Snowboard production manager Jeb Ferria is one smart dude! Jeb has a passion for riding and integrates his engineering background to solve many of the challenges facing the Every Third Thursday crew with each new build!
This episode's factory challenge is to build a snowboard integrating pennies - pennies in the base and "penny traction" edges specifically. Jake Olson-Elm is the chosen one to ride what might just be the worst ETT idea ever. Priceless!
Say hello to Signal's team and marketing manager Joey Yorba in this cast profile episode! Joey adds another awesome element to the crew at Signal handling everything from managing team schedules and trips to overseeing Signal's social media and website...
Snowboards have traditionally been made of wood, resin, laminates, and P-Tex until now! The Signal Snowboard's factory crew, give the board presses a rest, and instead print out a brand new snowboard using new 3D printer technology along with a carbon-...
Signal Snowboards drops into high fashion in this episode. Host Dave Lee and the Signal factory crew team up with The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and student designer Kelly Knaggs to create an avant-garde snowboard to complement her out...
Paying tribute to traditional pinewood derby races, Dave Lee rounds up pinewood boards as the foundation for some unique snowboards. Custom graphics are added, and then it's time to hit Mammoth Mountain to transform these boards into custom derby destr...
Dave Lee counts down the top 5 videos from Season 3 of Every Third Thursday. Check out all the unique snowboard creations coming out of the Signal Snowboard factory in Huntington Beach, California from a bulletproof snowboard to a glass snow-sliding cr...
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