Pro Team Blog

Articles written by the BC Pro Team Athletes about slacklining adventures they have had from various places around the world. These posts are from all the BC PRO-Team Athletes. To view a particular athletes posts, click on their name on the left.

EVERYTHING STARTED WITH A PHOTO. As soon as I hit the eye on the profile of Serra dos Órgãos (RJ - Brazil) a perfect abyss came to my mind. The...

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Slack revolution We call it a slackline, but as recently as 2 or 3 years ago the future seemed to be in making lines tighter and tighter. Slackline discussion groups...

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Chapter 1: A monster, and a backup fall 1st of August: I just came back from my hitchhike trip in Europe, after 35 hours on the bus ( 27 of sleeping...

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It seems like every great thing starts with a ridiculous idea.  Many of these ideas can be found within the messaging conversations between Jerry and I. "Let's rig the 700...

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1,000 feet (300 meters). The significance of this number has a long history in our sport. From the time I started slacklining, 1,000 feet was always a number that loomed...

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“Preston, we’ve been meaning to tell you that you’ve been getting a little too epic and not enough gnar”, said Susan. “This is an intervention.” We were standing around Susan...

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A little weary from my first crossing, I stand on the line and face the return journey. I start to make my way across the 220 feet of increasingly wet...

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Back in 2010 when I moved to the Sacramento area, I was a bit worried that I would not be able to highline as frequently as I was before. For...

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Every year I try and make a trip out to Europe for some sort of slackline adventure. This year I decided to spend some time in Germany, Poland, and Czech...

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During Janek Galek and Jordan Tybon's trip to the US, they visited this new area that had never seen any highline activity. The post is called Castle Crags and it's...

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Cathedral spires, a gap that is so obvious when you enter the Yosemite Valley. Never before was it thought that it would be walked. This was mainly due to the...

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For the past month or so, Grant Thompson and I have been establishing a new highline in a new area close to Davis. Four weeks ago we went to go...

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