Gustaf Lundström is one of Sweden’s most technical exports. Take a glimpse at his 2018 season recap.
Dylan Norder from The Netherlands took some time out of Europe to head to Mammoth Mountain for the season. Judging by this edit it looks like he put that time to good use. Dylan has classic mix of tech and style.
We caught up with Kevin at the Laax Open to discuss; Beyond Medals, stalkers, controversy, The Ale Invite and much more.
Dylan Norder has travelled stateside for the winter, but in his suitcase he clearly packed some of his technical prowness as he shows with this Sw back hardway to regs.
Will Gilmore is a child prodigy hailing from The UK who rides at a level way beyond his 12 years. We caught up with Will to see what makes him tick.
Mayrhofen have got their act together and produced a pretty good park this year. Dylan Norder swung by to see for himself and went away with this gap cab 270 on lock.
Japanese riders Kai Kasper and Keijiro Oka are travelling through Europe and taking in the parks of wherever they head. Last week the duo caught up with Begium’s Kevin Trammer. Watch as this new friendship developed in Mayrhofen’s Penken Park.
Mary Luggen broke her back a few years ago but judging by her full season edit she has made a massive recovery. Check out this legit street part from the young Austrian.
Jørn Simen Aabøe with this unnamed trick that we’ve never seen before. You will want to watch this several times to make sense of it. Captured by Mathieu Mazuel.
Our autocorrect goes mental everytime we talk about him but Jørn Simen Aabøe is on fire at the moment. Another important cog in the future of Norwegian snowboarding, Jørn can ride street equally as well as park and is one of the most creative young riders around.