Another POV from Elias and Go Pro as he hammers down the Indian backcountry. How good does this look?
Norwegians are pretty good at snowboarding and quickly rising through the ranks is Mons Røisland. We are down with anyone who spins off the toes on their 10’s like this.
Codey Ellison had a good season riding the parks of US last winter. With both technical rail and kicker tricks in his bag, Codey looks like he has a bright future ahead of him.
Rene Rinnekangas is one of many young Finns being shown the ropes by the Finnish team. At just 15, Rene is already showing tons of potential, check out this peach of a front 10 from Saas Fee, captured by Finland’s Coach Koskinen.
We caught up with Scotland’s rising talent Jamie Trinder, to talk Pyeongchang, the current state of the British Champs, Team GB, his pink riding helmet and much more.
One More Try is the full release from Nihmohojki Productions. Featuring a mixture of Swedish and Finnish riding talents, watch this and wonder why you haven’t heard of more of these riders before, as the riding is on point. Hope to see more of these guys in the future.
Burton Snowboards continue their “Burton Presents” series with this high quality edit from Mark Sollors and Alek Oestreng. This is a must watch as there are so many hammers in this double part.
Elias Elhardt really seems to be his element right now since he made the wise choice to give up the contest scene. Go Pro have given Elias his own show that sees the friendly German travel to some of the most remote locations. Here Elias travels to India for this insane pov descent at 4000M
The Grand Teton Mountain Range, is home to Jackson Hole and some of the best powder the USA has to offer. Episode 2 of the Postcard Series features Arbor riders Curtis Woodman, Erik Leon, Scotty Vine, Joe Bosler, and Mike Gray. Check out the crew take advantage of all that Jackson Hole goodness.
Most of the MT Baker locals had already turned their back on a disappointing season but team 686 lucked out when they found bottomless pow in late March. Watch here as Forest Bailey, Cam Pierce, Sebi Geiger, Mike Gray, Andy Berginsperry, Joe Bosler, and Patrick McCarthy, ride the conditions that put Mt Baker on the map.