Tina Basich is an artist, musician, and professional snowboarder who was born and raised in Sacramento, California. When she's not following snowstorms and riding mountains around the world, she's hosting her own girls' action-sports TV show or organizing fund-raisers for her nonprofit foundation, Boarding for Breast Cancer. She lives in Northern California.
Kathleen Gasperini is a writer and an activist. She founded W.i.G. magazine and cofounded Boarding for Breast Cancer and Label Networks. Her writing has appeared in numerous action-sports and alternative publications during the past thirteen years, and she is a frequent speaker about youth culture. She lives in Venice, California.
Pretty good for a girl was really good... It took me through every little part of Tina Basiches life. It even gave me some tips on how to be a better girl snowboarder myself!Published 3 months ago by 12467X
I liked this book because I love snowboarding and she has made me want to be a pro too that is why I liked this bookPublished 5 months ago by Evelyn Rooney
I would say book came in great condition but little late. I guess because of X-mas time.Published on February 21, 2009
I read this after reading P3: Pipes, parks, and powder. At first, I thought of it as the girl version of Todd Richard's book (P3) and didn't want to read it. Read morePublished on October 7, 2006 by Ptex94