We’re excited to release course details of Streetstyle, Slopestyle, and Modified Superpipe presented by Toyota, all coming to our new home at Copper Mountain, CO February 6-9. Both athletes and fans will get to experience firsthand Dew Tour’s continued dedication to creativity and style with the latest redesign of its courses.

Modified Superpipe Presented By Toyota
Making it’s return to center stage after its 2018 debut, this year’s Modified Superpipe will start with a double transition feature, leading to a 22-foot pipe hit with a traditional jump landing, and will finish with a 300-foot traditional Superpipe with 22-foot walls. Expertise in both traditional halfpipe and slopestyle riding will come in handy this year. In fact, U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist in Snowboard Slopestyle Jamie Anderson (USA) is scheduled to compete in both Slopestyle and Modified Superpipe in February.

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The Slopestyle course has seven distinct zones, including three multi-option jib pads, a transition feature with 13’ walls into traditional jump landings, then concludes with a series of three consecutively larger jumps at 55-feet, 62-feet, and 68-feet. 

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The Streetstyle Course, now located at the base of the Modified Superpipe, is 200 feet longer than in previous years and boasts eight unique elements, including Jersey barriers, rails, and a shipping container. 

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The entire Winter Dew Tour will be live-streamed in its entirety on DewTour.com, Facebook Live, YouTube, and other major platforms for a total of 24 hours LIVE. Additionally, NBC will showcase a 90-minute Women of Dew Tour show on February 15 at 2:30 p.m. E.T. The new Dew Tour app will also exclusively offer live scoring in addition to the live stream.

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