The Top 10 In Action Sports
01Should Downhill Mountain Biking Be Included In The Next Olympic Shake-Up?
02Second-Class Waves And Sleazy Ads: Why Women Are Still Fighting For Equality In Action Sports
03This Banger Edit From Burton Will Make You Absolutely Desperate To Get Back On Your Board…
04Ice Climbing, Wild Swimming And Camping Under The Stars: 10 Awesome Adventures For Under £100
05Shovels, Probes And Transceivers: They're Way More Useful In Everyday Life Than You'd Expect...
06Thought The Colombian Women's Cycling Kit Was Bad? Wait 'Til You See This Men's Kit...
07Ever Wanted To Turn Your Bedroom Into A Climbing Wall? IKEA Just Have
08The Biggest Wins In History: Sometimes Downhill Mountain Biking Is Tight... Other Times, It's An Absolute Annihilation
09Upside-Down Cliffhangers And Double Fronts: The Martin Söderström Invitational Was Absolutely Insane...
10Jeep Original Freedom: Snowboard Teaser
Last week the "Ride with me Day" for juniors, coached by no other than our very own Marcus Kleveland, took place in the flawless snowparks of Kitzsteinhorn.
We offered up to 15 kids, (aged 15 and under) the chance to spend the day and ride with Marcus Kleveland, the 2013 BEO Junior Jam Champ.
Marcus came directly to Kitzsteinhorn from the BEO champs in Laax and was as motivated as ever to go ride with the kids the following morning.
Unfortunately, due to frigid arctic temps up on the glacier that day (Minus 18 to minus 22 all day) some of the kids that had signed up for the session didn't make it. But a hardcore pack of 5 motivated junior shredders defied the cold and were treated with personal attention and instruction from Marcus in between hot chocolate warm up sessions.
And thanks to the recent dump we alternated between doing laps in the park, slashing pow and hitting single obstacles chosen by the kids.
Check out the video to see what you missed out on!
And stay tuned for the next "Ride with me Day" which will be a halfpipe special with some of the biggest pipe legends in the game on April 7th.
Video & edit by Chris Garside
Music: Peregrinations by Birds of Avalon