Have you dreamt about getting your kids on the hill but don’t know the best way to start? Jonathan Weaver has got the tips you need to make sure your kids get off to the best start and so they hopefully ride long into the future.
The 2021 Laax Open kicks off on the 18th January. With 200 riders from 25 countries all battling out. Find out what riders are attending and the schedule here.
We tested out the brand new Wavecel helmets from Anon in this non paid product review.
One of our favourite riders both on and off the hill, Torgeir Bergrem took the time to talk to us about that viral sw back 5 method, if he uses airbags, his key to becoming a better rider, plans for the future and much more
WKND events have quickly gained in popularity over in The Netherlands and now more than ever we need to get more people into riding. Whilst events are off at the moment, The WKND crew put this little documentary together to show how the events are planned, the building process and the events themselves.
Surreal Snowboarding is an all-Women’s snowboard movie, which looks set to be a standout movie in its own right. Surreal promises to not be your standard trick flick but to show a more artistic and visually tantalizing snowboarding movie. We wanted to find out more about the movie, what we can expect and what the project means to the individual riders.
Volcom Spot to Spot is back for January 31st 2021. With free entrance, a prize purse of 6000 euros, this incredible event is not one to be missed. Click to find out how you can take part.
A 6 minute edit filled with some sick street riding, created by the new kids on the block “The Canary Cartel” Featuring: Featuring: Simon Houlind, Rasmus Nielsen, Christian Kirsch, Oskar Fritzsche, PJ Ganz.
Volcom’s Spot to Spot contest in Avoriaz is back! This rad event was one of the highlights of last season and it will make a full return Sunday 31st January. Find out more here.
Without doubt the best snowboard movie you will see this season. Watch it now and watch it again. Featuring: Kevin Backström, Tor Lundström, Max Buri, Sebbe De Buck, David Babacar Djité, Kazu Kokobu and Torgeir Bergrem.