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Red Bull Mates in Alaska - Episode 5

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New Zealand snowboarder Jake Koia travels to Haines, Alaska, with long-time friend Roland Morley-Brown for the Red Bull Mates in Alaska series

In the final episode of Red Bull Mates in Alaska Jake Koia and Roland Morley-Brown enjoy their last action packed riding days in the mountains of Haines, Alaska.
"We’ve got some sun and this is our last chance to burn our remaining hours in the chopper. There's lots of features and spines today, its exacting what we are looking for" - Jake Koia.

"I’m so stoked to have had the opportunity to come and ride here, I’ve got to ride some of the stuff I’ve always dreamed about. It’s always going to be our dream to come back here and push it, push ourselves further and harder every single time" - Roland Morley-Brown.
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