Alek Oestreng and Martin Stuve Strøm really delivered with their full movie Void. Featuring; Alek Oestreng, Len Jorgensen, Fredrik Perry, Hakon Eilertsen, Stale Sandbech, Jessi Blackwell, Tobias Himmelstrup, Jonas Steen, Øivind Fykse, Markus Olimstad, Ben Ferguson and Simon Houlind.
This July, Rome headed to Summery Sierra with Ozzy Henning, Len Jorgensen, Seb Picard and Aspen Rain Weaver. The result is this mini documentary, which is stacked full of slushy bangers.
Stale Sandbech, Alek Østreng and Len Jørgensen have been riding on home soil and it looks like Folgefonna is all time right now. Watch as the Rk1 boys get followed by the Gimbal God doing what they do best.
Ståle Sandbech, Torgeir Bergrem, Len Jørgensen and Ludvig Billtoft crush the slushy windlips of Laax
Alek Oestreng, Ozzy Henning, Len Jorgensen and Thomas Delfino making the most of the sublime conditions around the Rome Lodge.
Shame on us as we hadn’t heard of Sune Busch before but after scoping out this slick full part he is now officially on our radar.
Rk1 are on a mission to dominate snowboarding at the moment. From winning the biggest contests, flooding social media with outrageous tricks and producing game changing edits. Here the crew from Rykkinn; Stale Sandbech, Alek Oestreng, Len Jorgensen, Torgeir Bergrem and Øivind Fykse continue to inspire.
Rk1 are one of the most explosive crews around and this teaser for the upcoming release “A Long Edit” is a testament to why. Featuring Ståle Sandbech, Alek Østreng, Len Jorgensen and Torgeir Bergrem. Stop what you are doing and watch.
After winning this years Burton European Open Slopestyle, Ståle Sandbech decided to stick around Laax and crusie the perfect park set up. The Rk1 crew headed over, as did, Len Jørgensen, Nicolas Müller, Tor Lundstrom & Emil Ulsletten.
The Postland crew have been drinking their way around Europe promoting their new movie “Connect the Dots”. Inbetween this debauchery, they found time to produce this recap of the incredible Rock A Rail contest from this past weekend. This is well worth a watch.