This Pacific Northwest powerhouse has been pro for 25 years, changing lane’s and recreating his focus for relevancy through a heavy presence in the media with influential video parts, cover’s in the top mags, contest win’s, making moves from air time to slashing and touring, creating the Dirksen Derby not to mention doing big things off the hill though product testing and design but most impressively taking part in climate advocacy work through Protect our Winters. This week we talk what make’s a good turn, boot drag, Mt. Bachelor, Morrow Snowboards, Longevity, video effects on culture, a master class discussion on board tech, how to ride really fast and so much more! You can count on one hand the list of pro riders who have stayed relevant and held the status and pay check of an a-grade pro for 25 plus years. Today we are blessed to have one of them sitting in the booth with us and you know we plan on grilling him on the secrets oh how he not only pulled this off over the years but did it in such a way that he would have an effect on a full span of generations through multiple disciplines of the sport in such a way you might think the Josh Dirksen you saw over 20 years ago tossing 900’s off jumps and launching casual 16’ high one-foot airs on quarter pipes might be a different Josh Dirksen then the one who is in the movie “Deeper” touring on a split board with Jeremy Jones to never been shredded peaks. Join us on this episode of The Bomb hole as we sit down with this Oregonian often referred to as the King Of Mt. Bachelor and do a deep dive into the psyche of this veteran level pro, Josh Dirksen.