Marion Haerty represents new generation of French riders who are rising up the ranks. Equally at home riding slopestyle as she is on street rails and the backcountry, it wont be long before we hear more from Marion.
Antti Jussila has been making noise with his stand out parts for KBR for the past few seasons. Now officially filming for Uk outfit The Grindhouse, we thought it about time Antti gets his Milk teeth interview.
Max Zebe has been the talk of riders everywhere for the past few seasons. After winning rail battles left right and centre and now working on his kicker game, the future is looking good for Max. Check out what he has to say in his Milk Teeth Interview.
Sparrow Knox is the most energetic rider we know and someone who seems to always be on a postive vibe. Sparrow has made a name for himself recently with his slick, skate style rail tricks and his totally unpredicatable approach to riding. Here is his milk teeth Interview.
These fridge kids are cropping up left, right and centre these days. Kevin Trammer has been impressing people on both sides of the continent and last year won Volcom’s Peanut Butter, Rail Jam in Mammoth. Let’s find more from the Belgium himself.
German snowboarders are few and far between at the moment but here is a rider with a bright future ahead of him. Introducing Raffael Kossman.
Max de Vries is still only 15 but has been appearing in the sickest edits and rail jams for what seems forever. A few weeks back, he placed 2nd at the Rock A Rail, knocking out some of the best rail riders, 10 years his senior. Not only is he an amazing snowboarder, he’s also talented at football and plays for the Dutch youth national team. Did we mention he is funny as hell? Read this interview and discover more.
Not only is Henna Ikola showing promise snowboarding, she is also handy on a skateboard, winning the Finnish champs in 2012 and second in 2013/14. We’ve heard many of Finland’s finest riders mention her name as one to watch out for in the future and here she is.
Hailing from The Netherlands, Dylan Norder has relocated to Innsbruck, where he has been showing off his rail game to the locals. Here we discuss riding fridges, life in Innsbruck, plans for the future and more.
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.