Im happy to present my new full part! This video includes all my favorite action shots from Approach & Attack.
My goal thru out the project was to snowboard in different places every day while trying to adapt to terrain available.If there was a spot for kicker I could do it but I was definitely more into pushing my freeriding to the level where it would still look good and not too much of route finding. This part is really important for me because it has lot of variation from lines to tree riding and it for sure is one of my favorites that I have been able to produce.
Im happy to present the first of Approach & Attack webisodes. This is pure riding and what better way to kick off the webisode season than edit from my annual spring trip to Riksgränsen, Sweden. ¨Riks¨ is one my favorite places to snowboard probably because terrain over there fits really well to my riding style and it is very easy to access.That time of the spring the snow has already turned to corn and it is just great for transition riding and building jumps. This was just all time fun at one of the most legendary resorts up north! Enjoy
It has been about 1,5 weeks since the release of Approach & Attack. Thanks for the comments. Me and rest of the production crew really appreciate all the feedback the movie has been getting.
Since the release of the movie, I have started to receive many questions about backcountry lifestyle. So I figured to give you 5 basic tips of how to make your own ¨APPROACH¨. I hope these will give you better outcome for the adventures you are planning to do.
Next week it´s time for 5 simple ATTACK tips!
Here it is! Our 2 year journey has come to an end and finally Approach & Attack snowboard documentary is out!
¨With help from local riders, I went deeper in the backountry really wanting to showcase my view of riding and passion to share these experiences with local people of each location I visited. Approach & Attack has been filmed 2 years all around the world. With locations as New Zealand, Japan, Norway and British Columbia it has arguably the best spots and deepest powder that me and my crew have ever ridden.¨
Please enjoy and remember that ¨Freeriding is FREE RIDING!¨