About the Tour

This is supposed to be the section where we claim how amazing we are and why our events are the best in the entire universe of snow shredding, but we decided that instead of feeding you a bunch of junk we are just going to be straight up. But it just so happens, we are pretty legit, so prepare for a total Brag-tacular.

Ok, here’s what we are about:The Campus Rail Jam Tour is a grassroots snow sports movement, dedicated to promoting the amateur ski and snowboard scene. We are after all the “up-and-comers” and those who are “about to blow up.” Yeah, you. Oh wait…you don’t have a deodorant sponsor or your own pro-model? Well, that’s cool too. We are down for anyone who knows how to throw down on a snowstick (or sticks!). Don’t get us wrong, we are stoked to have professional shred celebs come to our events, but if you talk up your game, be prepared to buy us and all our ramen-eating college students copious amounts of alcohol at the after party.

The Campus Rail Jam Tour is a reaction to the current snowboard and ski scene. You know, the gold-metal, celeb-status scene that is taking eyes off the fun of getting extreme and throwing down with your friends. That is why we do what we do. Our goal is to host competitions that turn down the suck, and turn up the fun. We want to bring the shred to you. We want you to walk out of your boring art history lecture and say, “oh look! I don’t have to drive to the mountains today! There is literally snow right here, and I could ride on it if I want.” But we are not just bringing you snow, we are bringing you a radical event that is professionally run. And everyone is invited. We do our best to provide you with a well-rounded event, utilizing creative rail features, jamz you can dance to, ridiculous post-shred partying, and an overall awesome experience. Whether you are looking for exposure, a chance to win some cash money, or a good time, the Campus Rail Jam Tour is here for you.Ahhh life on the open road with the Galvanic crew. Traveling from school to school, being chased by scantily clad college co-eds, living it up in our baller tour bus while sipping bottomless PBR and stopping to shred at our every whim. Sounds pretty good eh? Well we’ve got it even better.We sleep on floors (your floor?), we shower twice a month (your shower?), and we follow a strict diet of what is given to us for free. If building scaffolding in 15 degree weather isn’t glamorous enough, we get to retreat back to the RV after a long day of grunt labor to live it up in a perpetual cloud of dude stew. Ahhh, life is grand!

About the Crew

Ahhh life on the open road with the Galvanic crew. Traveling from school to school, being chased by scantily clad college co-eds, living it up in our baller tour bus while sipping bottomless PBR and stopping to shred at our every whim. Sounds pretty good eh? Well we’ve got it even better.

We sleep on floors (your floor?), we shower twice a month (your shower?), and we follow a strict diet of what is given to us for free. If building scaffolding in 15 degree weather isn’t glamorous enough, we get to retreat back to the RV after a long day of grunt labor to live it up in a perpetual cloud of dude stew. Life is grand!

bill

bill

Drew

Drew

My names Drew Diehl and i am the longest surviving member of the tour. I have been on tour doing photography since the start of CRJT back in 2008. I am up over 50 events with the Galvanic Design team and couldn't love it more! I love jokes so please find me and tell me your best one liners!

Garrett

Hello! My name is Garrett Bright. I graduated Spring 2010 from the University of Utah with a Economics Degree. During my college career, I was involved with the One Love Ski and Snowboard Club as the President as well as the SSA for the Campus Rail Jam Tour. This is how I began my relationship with the CRJT crew. Currently I work for a headphone audio company called SIEGE Audio. You can check out our product at siegeaudio.com. I was invited on tour to help promote the company as well as work as a full time staff for the Campus Rail Jam Tour. My main passion in life is being around the snow-sports community, particularly the ski industry. I'm looking forward to going on tour and meeting all of you!! Come say hi!

grady

grady

jake

jake

This is my first year on tour with CRJT. I've helped CRJT every year in Salt Lake City, Utah for the past three years and this year I'm on the crew as an intern taking pictures and making the snow look good for all you spectators!

Joe

Joe

I'm stoked to be on the CRJT again! I will be holding a camera in my hands most of the time so lets get some footy!

keenan

keenan

Keenan Montgomery-Fredrick Jones (KMFJ) here. This is my first year on the road, but i'm no stranger to rail jams. I interned with Galvanic over the 09' summer being molded into this machine known as I. I helped with every rail jam I could. I graduated in the Spring of 2010 from Oregon State University. I deal with a whole heap of things. You could call me "Tour Manager". I love to ski, I love the process of events and I love lamp!

Parker Bolden

Parker Bolden

I was born and raised in Oregon. I have spent the last four months traveling the United States, getting jobs, and bumming around....Now, Im getting paid to do it. Get to know me, I'll make it worth it. Feel free to Email or Facebook me at Parker Tulloch Bolden.

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