Posts Tagged ‘Snowboard’

Kiteboarding On Snow

Monday, December 6th, 2010
Snowboarding + kiteboarding = one cool sport

Snowboarding + kiteboarding = one cool sport


The best kiteboarders in the world are already invited to a thrilling winter challenge. The 2011 Red Bull Ragnarok will gather 200 riders from the five continents to battle in the icy cliffs of Hardangervidda, in Norway.


With strong winds and negative temperatures the competition tests the physical and mental performances of any professional kiteboarders. Add snow and vertical mountains and meet “Ragnarok”, a true legend from the Norse mythology where the a battle between the good and the evil gods is only for the toughest.


Ruben Lenten and Aaron Hadlow were some of the stars which attended the event last year. The snow kiteboarding contest is a three-hour race of 20 kilometres.


Round after round, the weakest will always be eliminated, until “Ragnarok” crowns the grand champion of the white snow.


Endurance is the key to success. Only the fittest and the strongest may cross the finishing line and obstacles are everywhere. Source: SurferToday

Surf And Snow Trash The Dress

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Nicky and Steve got married on September 4, 2009 in Newquay, Cornwall (UK). The day after their wedding they went surfing with some of their guests in her wedding dress. Great photos as you can see courtesy of Kyle Perison @


The photographer this incredible photoshoot was Khalile Siddique. Check out his work @



Nicky and Steve look really stoked to snowboard in wedding attire.



Nicky looking radiant in her amazing wedding dress.



Catching a wave was never so much fun. The expression on her face says it all.



The dress still looks very good despite its “trashed” state.



Hang ten Nicky. This “trash the dress” photo session looked like the most fun from all that I have seen.



Bride and surfboard both looking awesome. I really love looking at Nicky. She just seems so happy and relaxed.

Summer Snowboarding

Saturday, June 5th, 2010
Coronet Peak, New Zealand

Coronet Peak, New Zealand


The weather is really warming up here in the Northern Hemisphere, but way down south it’s the start of snowboarding season. I know most of you snowboarders out there can’t wait for the brisk coolness of winter to come, so with that in mind, I offer you a nice cool wintry peek from Coronet Peak in New Zealand. Coronet Peak offers some great June, July, August “winter” fun. Maybe during our warm months we should trek on over to the south and enjoy some snowboarding fun.

Awesome One-Year-Old Snowboarder

Friday, May 28th, 2010


This video shows it all. Amazing footage of a one-year-old snowboarder. Talk about learning to fly before you can walk. Little Ava Marie shows her stuff as she goes down the slopes of Mammoth Mountain. Looking super cute with her tiny pink snowboard, Ava, clearly has the coordination and balance. Just imagine her in about 15 years at the Olympics!!!

Billboards Into Bags

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010
Snowboard bag

Snowboard bag

Here is a wonderful way to reuse old billboard ads instead of discarding them in a landfill. A New Zealand manufacturer, Stash-it, has come up with a method to recycle old billboards into surfboard and snowboard bags. How neat! Most of these billboard bags are custom made and you have a choice of which ad your surf or snowboard bag will be made from. I think this is a great way acquire a totally unique bag while also lowering your carbon footprint. According to Stash-it,” Billboards first caught our attention when we were asked to construct tarpaulins for a timber yard. This fabric is durable, functional and designed to handle extreme conditions. Add the unique graphics and board bags were the next logical application.” I guess you never know where inspiration will come from.


Billboards stay out of landfills

Billboards stay out of landfills

All Stash-it products come with a three-month warranty against material defects and faulty workmanship. Gotta love a company that’s eco-friendly and stands behind their product.


Billboard bags are eco-friendly

Billboard bags are eco-friendly

Each bag is a one off – no two the same. Recognizing that resources are precious and finite, constructing these bags out of recycled billboard fabric extends the useful life of the primary product.


Very functional

Very functional

Stash-it board bags only use quality appropriate materials in their construction.


Old billboards can look cool

Old billboards can look cool


To get your hands on one these very unique and eco-friendly bags please visit Stash-it at

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