Beyond Medals are back and hit the ground running with this fun edit from Japan. Don’t miss out on this.
Officially the best in resort contest in Europe in about to go down next week. Held as ever in the ever mind blowing Laax, Switzerland. Watch this teaser to get pumped and make sure don’t miss 200 of the world’s greatest throw down.
Laax must have one of the best kicker set ups in Europe right now and taking full advantage is; Tor Lundstrom, Kevin Backstrom,Nicolas Huber, Leandro Eigensatz, Elio Fumagalli and Jonas Boesiger.
Watch as the dynamic duo Kevin backstrom and Tor Lundstrom, take over Europe. As ever the riding is heavy and the off snow activities are even heavier. This time the crew are joined by homies Ulrik Badertscher, David Djite and Sebbe de Buck.
Shred Optics have built up quite the team in the past couple of seasons with Kevin Backstrom, Antti Autti, Kent Callister, Nicholas Wolken, Lucase Baume, Severin van der Meer amongst others on the books. Here the team get together for a little bonding session in Laax.
We hyped to be Live Streaming The Ale Invite Presented By Kevin And Tor. The live stream starts on Saturday at 15:00 CET and we will be bringing you all the action from what is sure to be an unmissable event.
We caught up with Kevin at the Laax Open to discuss; Beyond Medals, stalkers, controversy, The Ale Invite and much more.
Tor Lundstrom and Kevin Backstrom are back with a new series of BYND X MDLS. The infamous two kick things off in Laax with Ulrik Badertscher and Sebbe De Buck joining them to slay the park. The alps are running on low tide this winter so the crew along with Max Buri and David Djite, head to Japan on the serach for some white gold.
This Perisher edit from Boardworld is straight fire! Sage Kotsenburg, Stale Sandbech, Mark McMorris, Torstein Horgmo, Chas Guldemond, Sebastien Toutant, Roope Tonteri, Marko Grilc, Peetu Piiroinen, Sebbe De Buck, Mons Roisland, Tor Lundstrom, Kevin Backstrom, Danny Davis, Emil Ulsletten, Alek Østreng, Marcus Kleveland, Maxence Parrot, Brage Richenberg and more.
Kevin Bäckström and Tor Lundström didn’t get the chance to represent Sweden at the last Wiinter Olympics but made the decision to head to Russia to see what all the fuss was about. They’re a year late but by the looks of things it appears that Sochi is now better than ever.