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Top: Alex Beaucage of Nelson (AKA ‘Jean Jacket Guy’) won the men’s division of the 2013 Revy Rail Jam in Grizzly Plaza on Saturday night. Organizer Joey Norsworthy thanked Simon Duval and Mack Dog Construction, who managed to put up the course in just a few hours, with help from city crews who brought the snow. - Aaron Orlando/ Revelstoke Times Review
Top: Alex Beaucage of Nelson (AKA ‘Jean Jacket Guy’) won the men’s division of the 2013 Revy Rail Jam in Grizzly Plaza on Saturday night. Organizer Joey Norsworthy thanked Simon Duval and Mack Dog Construction, who managed to put up the course in just a few hours, with help from city crews who brought the snow.
— image credit: Aaron Orlando/ Revelstoke Times Review

Photo: Alex Beaucage of Nelson (AKA ‘Jean Jacket Guy’) won the men’s division of the 2013 Revy Rail Jam in Grizzly Plaza on Saturday night. Organizer Joey Norsworthy thanked Simon Duval and Mack Dog Construction, who managed to put up the course in just a few hours, with help from city crews who brought the snow.

 

 

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