- Back To The Future of Snowboarding - 1989
The benefits of Grass Skiing are obvious; all you need is the skis, plenty of padding and a slope.
Last season ski instructor Peter Marsh was teaching in Japan, he has now moved to the New Zealand winter and is teaching at the Whakapapa ski field, on Mt. Ruapehu.
Snowboard Editor Mark Barber takes a luxury Swiss cycling trip through the Alps with Etape Suisse and Michael Vaughan.
Five things you should know about being able to ski indoors in London.
In honour of Back To The Future 2 – I thought we would look back at snowboarding in 1989, of that neon tinted time through mirrored ray-ban sunglasses.
The TomTom Bandit Action Camera is the first ever 4K HD action camera with a built-in media server, which makes editing and sharing videos quick and easy.
Without the dry slope, I wouldn’t be working in the industry I’m in today. I first put skis on at Hillingdon dry slope circa 1985 and from then on, I knew that skiing was going to be part of my life.
Today, there’s no excuse to get cold with the kind of clothing available to skiers and a good base layer is the essential starting point.
Whitelines has been an institution on the UK snowboarding scene since the first ever issue back in 1995.
Frozen Underground produce classic looking underground maps with the stations being worldwide ski resorts.
They are offering you the chance to win one of their maps with up to 10 station changes or additions worth £150.