Snowboarding History

We Ride - Watch this amazing Snowboarding History Video

From Straight Lines to Triple Corks -
Competitive Snowboarding History

This is such a cool history of competition. Get a snack and take some time to watch these Snowboarding History videos. You will find great athletes and an awesome sport that has progressed with meteoric rise over the past 20 years. Have a look

What it has meant to me-

The world of Snowboards and Riding them is incredible! It is fun, exhilarating and an athletic outlet with opportunity for unlimited personal expression and freedom. It holds potential and a platform to build athletic progression, relationships, experience and life around. Having fueled passion and creativity in my life in so many ways, I feel so lucky to have been involved in the sport since it was just an infant in relation to the main stream giant that it has become today.

When I started, it was uncool. I had so many people make fun of me for doing it.
I had people tell me it would never last and that it was just a fad.

Well, phttttt, to them. Look at the sport now.
We have 5 sports (Giant Slalom, Boardercross, Halfpipe, Slopestyle and just introduced Big Air) in the Olympics.

I really am so happy and feel privileged that it has been such a huge part of my life
and am excited to introduce you to it. So sit back, get a snack, browse the site
and learn all about it. I hope you enjoy it.

-Snowboarders, Coaches, Fans or Family-
Do you have a story to tell?

I would like to invite you to share your story. What drew you to snowboarding? Where did you first see it? Did you ski first? Skate? Surf? What is your favorite kind of riding? Where do you ride most? Tell us why you love it.

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