Hey Adrenalinjunkies, during the past, we published our airboard accident stats just via e-mail. But this year, we thought that we can even publish them here on our website. Because we got often the question: “How dangerous is airboarding?” Accidents … Continue reading →
Ready! After 10 years of Outdoor-Freaks we are offering you our brandnew website. But there is more … we are also offering a new thrill: Speedriding! We are looking forward to your feedback in this blog or in our guestbook.
Airboarding Explorer Day 2012 February, 26th – Update!
What´s going on: Full day airboard action! For the opening of our brandnew airboard location you will get a guided introduction in the complete area, a short crash course for repeaters from 10:00 – ca 11.30. After the crash course … Continue reading →
Hello Adrenalinjunkie, on February, 26th will be the first Airboarding Explorer Day! Everyone who has made a airboarding course with us can take part. We will have lots of rental boards for a special price! Location: Murnau area (near Garmisch … Continue reading →
The invention of the latest Swiss piece of sports equipment – the airboard – too more than a decade.
This high tech air bed will give you the same fun on snow like the US trendsetters have using their boogie boards on the water.
The airboard is fast: you're lying prone, head (helmet) first on the airboard and will take every curve like you were flying. The finned-profile at the base allows you to actively steer the airboard by simply shifting your weight. Being so close to the ground intensifies the thrill of speed. You slow down by simply steering transversely to the slope.
The airboard is safe: The board is made of heavy-duty soft materials, so the risk of injuries in case of spills or collisions is minimized. It acts as an airbag in case of collisions and cushions bumpy slopes.
The airboard is spectacular: Fast rides on hard slopes as well as on deep powder snow are a spectacular to watch and fun for the pilot: Thanks to the air bed you'll be optimally cushioned. Freestyle on airboard: It's probably going to find it's way to the half-pipe soon!
The airboard was developed by Joe Steiner. He worked on it for ten years, tried it at every stage and didn't stop until the airboard was developed to his standards according to safety and riding comfort. The airboard deflates to a small, lightweight backpack. In addition to that it's great to sit or lie on in the snow. All details of the airboard are internationally patented, with copyright on future models.