At least the domain is, but I'll only give them $100 for it, because that's about all I think it's worth. It's been for sale for years now for '6 figure offers only'. I still have access to my @ Snowboard.com email, but I stopped actively using it years ago until I know what's happening with the domain, so I would buy it just for email as I've had that address for 20 years now, my second ever. I still actively use my first Yahoo! address, 22 years and counting.
I have to wonder, what justifies the massive prices some people charge for domains? And I mean domains, not actual websites. Whatever the current owners paid Rick for it didn't help them diddly squat as they too crashed and burned, within a year I think. A valiant effort, I even won a very nice 32 jacket from them, but I think there is just too much snowboard related competition out there now, including this site. I am very curious as to what anyone thinks they can do with snowboard.com
Btw, any ex-members of the late, great original snowboard.com still here? And to this day my ever burning question; what happened to all the content? Why didn't Rick just sell the entire site? That might have actually been worth something. He also wants $200k for the domain colonies.com....what's it been, some 15+ years? Good luck with that.