Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Marc Frank Montoya

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Country  USA
Sport  Snowboarding

Name  Marc Montoya
Role  Snowboarder
Marc Frank Montoya Marc Frank Montoya talks La Familia

Born  June 13, 1974 (age 41) (1974-06-13) Denver, Colorado

Marc frank montoya day in the life


Marc Frank Montoya (born June 13, 1974 in Denver, Colorado) is an American professional snowboarder.

Contents

Marc Frank Montoya Marc Frank Montoya Snowboarder gangster and self

Marc frank montoya in back in black


Biography

Marc Frank Montoya marc frank montoya happy hour 2002 YouTube

Montoya grew up in suburban Denver, Colorado. He started snowboarding as a winter pastime for skateboarding. Montoya embraces his urban roots, which many deem refreshing in a sport generally ruled by young suburbanites. He is the first Mexican-American professional snowboarder to make his way from inner-city Denver, and is the only major Latino snowboarder on the circuit. He has been featured in nearly 300 pages of industry coverage since turning pro. Montoya was named "Rock Star of the Year" in the 2004 Transworld Magazine Rider's Poll and was ranked third on Snowboard Magazine's list of the top 10 Riders of 2005. He is best known for his urban style and his park riding, particularly rails. He is also instrumental in developing various snowboarding brands and products and has several products with his sponsors. He has a pro board and bindings with Technine, goggles with Spy Optics, boots with Nitro and his own headphones with Skullcandy. He is a primary stakeholder in many successful snowboard industry companies from technology to hospitality. In addition, he opened his own chain of snowboarding related hotels, called The Block, which closed in 2009 due to tax issues. Montoya is the unofficial leader of Mack Dawg, a snowboarding brotherhood. They describe their purpose as to "stop all skiers from hitting Chad's Gap," a backcountry jump near Alta, Utah. When several skiers, such as Tanner Hall, decided to hit Chad's anyway, Mack Dawg put dynamite in their boots which would explode on impact, causing Tanner's ankles to break in a well-publicized incident.

Video Appearances

He is featured in Absinthe Films' snowboarding videos, including More in 2006, and Optimistic? in 2007. He has also been included in Technine videos.

References

Marc Frank Montoya Wikipedia


Topics
 
B
i
Link
H2
L