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Baily McDonald

Baily McDonald is a world class snowboarder from Barrie, Ontario. She competes internationally on the World Cup Snowboard Tour, representing her homeland of Canada.
Baily has showed some impressive skills in both Slopestyle and Big Air at snowboard events.

“It's a long road ahead, and I love snowboarding with all my heart. Everyday I can't wait to be on the snow and working hard to get there.”

Q&A WITH BAILY:

Favorite place to travel? My favourite place to travel would be Europe, Italy especially. It’s a beautiful country and never gets old, I’ve competed there for World Cups and toured around different cities, it’s truly stunning

Best moment in your career? My best moment in my career was getting the call to be apart of the ROXY family. It was a dream come true.

Favorite things to do when you’re not riding? My favourite things to do when I’m not snowboarding is being home with my family, along with dirtbiking and skateboarding. I’ve always been obsessed with “extreme” sports, I need adrenaline rushes often haha.

Fashion essentials? My favourite fashion/style essentials would be comfortable, especially the ROXY Dipsy hoodie and joggers + leggings. I also always have a hat or ball cap with me.

Favorite moment with ROXY? It’s hard to pick my favourite moment with ROXY cause I literally have hundreds haha, but I think my favourite would be when I was 11 years-old and attended the ROXY Ride Day at Blue Mountain. Erin Comstock was the guest coach, and she told me I had the potential to be a ROXY girl in the future and I could inspire so many girls around the world if I stuck with snowboarding. I’m so glad I did!