In this second episode of Slovenian Marko Grilc’s “Grilosode” series, take some laps with Marko and his crew as he shows you that his carving skills are equal to his corking aptitude. In the beginning of this episode, Grilo commits the unholy act of strapping into hardboots and clicking into a an alpine racing board to bury his edges into the Alps in an effort to end “Race-ism” once and for all in this sport. It’s all in jest, however, and before you know it, Marko is back atop his freestyle stick and taking it to park jumps from Austria to Italy. Enjoy this second episode of the series, and keep checking back to snowboardermag.com for more.



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