Yet again, Rock A Rail blew our minds. With riders coming from all over the world to throw down hammers in Den Haag’s Grote Markt. Watch this insane recap to see why Rock A Rail remains the best street contest in snowboarding.
This year’s Rock A Rail was nothing short of mindblowing. Watch the official recap video and witness what went down at Europe’s greatest rail contest.
Don’t miss the infamous Rock A Rail coming live from Den Haag. Free to watch on our live stream.
As you well know, Rock A Rail 2015 was the best rail contests ever held. To back up that claim, Postland have just dropped the offical recap video of the event. This edit is heavy.
If you missed saturday’s main event then you really did miss something spectacular. Luckily for you though, Sam Oetiker from our friends at Onboard Mag braced the biblical weather conditions to bring you this hammer filled edit from Rock A Rail.
The 5th anniversary of Rock A Rail went down this past weekend in the City of Den Haag, NL
We headed over with Ethan Morgan for a Spy On The Wall look at what took place at this immense contest.
This years Rock A Rail was easily the heaviest yet. Making his debut was Rene Rinnekangas who kept testing his boards flexing abilities with these crisp back 270’s.
Sparrow Knox is the most energetic rider we know and someone who seems to always be on a postive vibe. Sparrow has made a name for himself recently with his slick, skate style rail tricks and his totally unpredicatable approach to riding. Here is his milk teeth Interview.
Max de Vries is still only 15 but has been appearing in the sickest edits and rail jams for what seems forever. A few weeks back, he placed 2nd at the Rock A Rail, knocking out some of the best rail riders, 10 years his senior. Not only is he an amazing snowboarder, he’s also talented at football and plays for the Dutch youth national team. Did we mention he is funny as hell? Read this interview and discover more.
Gulli board flexing, with this gap to board at The Rock A Rail Contest, Den Haag, Netherlands