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20Nov
20Nov

Val d’Isere and Tignes in France as a Destination for a Snowboard Holiday

If you got a couple of dozen snowboarders together in one room and asked them all to pick their ideal European snowboarding resort, the names Val d’Isere and Tignes would probably pop up a few times. But even though they’re not too far apart, they do have contrasting appeals – and that’s why you have to consider which one would be your best destination for a snowboarding holiday.

18Nov
18Nov

As you gear up for ski and snowboard season, don’t forget your snowboard helmet! A new evidence-based review from Johns Hopkins University finds that if you wear a helmet on the slopes, you decrease the risk and severity of a potential head injury, possibly saving your life.

16Nov
16Nov

UK Indoor Ski Slope 'Fridge' Review: What’s on This Winter?

If you’re trying out snowboarding for the first time and you want to practice closer to home before splashing out to hit the real slopes, hitting an indoor Ski Slope also known as a 'Fridge' is the best way to do it. Indoor slopes are also a cool way to try out new snowboards and get back into your groove before your next trip abroad. Or simply, if you can’t wait to get that snowboard back onto your feet, they’re great for getting you in the mood too.

15Nov
15Nov

Snowboard World Cup Goes to Antwerp

 I know what you’re thinking. It’s a Snowboard World Cup event… and it’s in Belgium? It doesn’t quite seem to add up does it? And yet that’s exactly what’s going to be happening in November this year, as the World Cup event gets ready to wow everyone in a totally new location.

14Nov
14Nov

Snowboard Camp Rally 2012

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Snowboard Camp Rally 2012

 

Snow Camp Rally 2012 is about more than just snowboarding. It’s about one of the biggest challenges you can think of in the world of snowboarding in the UK today. Yes we said the UK – and we’re talking about snowboarding indoors too. There are five snow centres spread across the UK and the Snow Camp Rally challenge is to hit all of them – in just one day. In fact all you get is twelve hours to make it happen and to follow the correct order of snow centres as stipulated by the organisers.

13Nov
13Nov

Snowboard Layering and thermal gear – Getting it Right

Regardless of how sunny it might be on the slopes, you can be sure it’ll be cold, no matter what time of the season you might go. This makes staying warm almost as important as staying safe. In fact it really is part of staying safe, since the last thing you’d want would be to get caught in a snowstorm with nothing more than a long sleeved top and a jacket.

12Nov
12Nov

Great New Snowboard Luggage for the New 2013 Season

Let’s face it we ask a lot from ourSnowboarding  luggage. We stow away all our snowboard gear in it and drag it from home to airport to accommodation and back again. It’s no wonder we have to think about investing in some new stuff every now and then.

10Nov
10Nov

The Perks of Wearing Wrist Guards

 Snowboarders fall over – it’s a fact of life. If it wasn’t, there wouldn’t be such a huge selection of protective equipment available to protect all those important bits that tend to take the strain when a fall occurs.

08Nov
08Nov

Home Winner for London Freeze Event

 

The London Freeze event has now taken place for 2012, and it came with a pleasant surprise for the home fans as Billy Morgan won the main Big Air competition. This is the first time a home grown snowboarder has won the event, so it certainly polished off the 2012 Freeze event in style.

06Nov
06Nov

Is Bikini Snowboarding for Real?

 If it was April 1st I’d think this was a joke, too. sounds like the most unlikely thing you could ever come up with. Yet there is plenty of evidence if you Google the term, as you’ll see. Go on, check it out now. We’ll wait for you to return with a slightly bemused expression on your face.

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