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Welcome to MountainBoarder – your guide to all adventures off-terrain.
We have reviews of high performance mountainboarding gear, tutorials on customizing your ride, and tips for beginners looking to explore one of the fastest growing adrenaline sports.
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Mountain boarding is an extreme sport that allows people to “ride” diverse terrains.
The outdoor activity is similar to surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding. But – there’s no need for killer waves, black diamond slopes or concrete to test your boarding skills.
Mountain boarding is done on all types of terrain, including grassy hills, dirt trails, and even rocky mountains. The key is to find a location with a good slope.
Mountain boards are larger than traditional skateboards and have all-terrain wheels that make it possible to ride over obstacles. The sport has become increasingly popular in recent years, as people look for new ways to enjoy the great outdoors.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline-pumping adventure, mountain boarding is the perfect activity. There’s nothing like the feeling of carving up a hill on your board, catching some air off a jump, and cruising down the mountain at full pelt.
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Want to build your own mountainboard? Looking for the best decks, trucks, wheels or bindings? We run you through our pick of the best all-terrain boarding gear.
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Learn More About The Different Types of All Terrain Boards
All terrain boards, or ATBs, are a type of board that are designed to be ridden on any terrain.
But not every ATB is built equal. There are types of boards that are particularly suited to certain trails, and you can even find electric and gas-powered decks for the ultimate uphill thrill-seeking.
We explore the pros and cons of different ATB board types:
Tips For Beginners
Mountainboarding is a relatively new sport that has quickly gained popularity among adrenaline junkies and extreme sports enthusiasts.
One of the most appealing aspects of mountainboarding is that it can be done virtually anywhere there is terrain. Unlike snowboarding, which requires mountains and snow, all you need for mountainboarding is a hill or other slope. This makes it a great activity for those who live in areas without any natural snowfall.
If you’re thinking about giving mountainboarding a try, here are a few tips to get you started: