Vimana have created on of the most stylish teams around, so when the team assemble and travel abroad together, you know the edit is going to be something good.
The 292 Crew are a squad of young Finns that are quickly making a name for themselves as one of Scandinavia’s strongest collection of riders. Check out their weird but good edit here.
Vimana held their annual team week in Folgefonna where the team outshone the sun. Featuring: Thomas Iversen, Aapo Enqvist, Fredrik Austbo, Steef VanDerMeer, Moritz Thönen and Enni Rukajärvi.
Vimana go from strength to strength and with an ever growing team, which includes Markku Koski, Enni Rukajarvi, Aapo Enqvist, Thomas Iversen, Saku Tiilikainen and Fredrik Austbo, their edits never disappoint.
The 292Crew are a collection of street riders from the depths of Finland. Whilst the riding in their videos is on point, the gang seperate themselves from the norm with their interesting and sometimes unusal edits. Ak-94 is both enjoyable but weird at the same time and is well worth a watch.
Vimana Snowboards took the usual decision to take their pre season tour to The Netherlands to ride their near perfect set up in the dome. Watch as Markku Koski, Fredrik Austbo, Saku Tiilikainen, Aapo Enqvist, Steef Van Der Meer and special guest Enni Rukajärvi, are let loose indoors.
We are back from our summer holidays and what better way to get back into the mix than this legit edit from Vimana and their team trip to Folgefonna. Featuring: Markku Koski, Fredrik Austbo, Thomas Iversen, Saku Tiilikainen, Aapo Enqvist and Steef Van Der Meer.
The young 292 Crew from Finland got tired of having no snow to ride and decided to head to The Netherlands, to check out the domes. Watch here as they swap street for fridge. Featuring: Tatu Toivanen , Anton Kiiski, Aapo Enqvist, Topi Kinnunen and Lasse Ihalainen.
The 292 Crew are a group of young Finns, who have a love of street and park, they also love their vintage video clips. U.F.C is both full of weird black and white movie footage and sublime riding. Could these riders be the future?