Along with the creative jib and medium lines, the new pro line with 5 jumps ranging from 10 to 18m now enriches Superpark Planai. Following a QParks tradition, the completion of the setup called for a legitimate park checkout. With a fine setup like this and the chance to get high-quality photo and film material, the riders needed no second invitation.
With Max Heider, Tim van Dyk, Steve Gröbner and Philip Schneider there were some big names along to check out the park setup from a skier’s perspective and collect A-class footage along the way.
Fasc team rider Max Heider from Salzburg explains why riders usually attend film and photo shootings gladly.
How would you sum up the shooting? What was your personal highlight?
Max: “At shootings, it is always important to deliver a good output as a team. Everyone works together, so that the photo and film products turn out as good as possible. It is great fun to shred a jump like the ’Big Mama’ with your friends. It was the biggest jump of my freeski-career so far and to be filmed and photographed, too, was a pretty good – even exclusive feeling. A big thanks to filmmaker Balint Hambalko and photographer Roland Haschka!”
How does Superpark Planai distinguish itself from other parks?
Max: “The biggest difference between the Superpark Planai and other parks is the massive pro line, which really is shaped to perfection. Certainly, the earth fills of the tables help a lot there, something many other parks unfortunately do not have. As far as the rails, tubes and boxes are concerned, there are other parks, which are equally equipped. However, here you have options for every skill level! Personally, I like the Superpark Planai a lot and would recommend a visit to everyone. It’s worth it!”
Fancy checking out the Superpark Planai yourself? Then swing by for a shred and enjoy the setup at a mellow session. Get an overview of the park on the website and go on Facebook for the latest news and updates!