No Terrain Too Hard to Tackle for Bjorn Leines

No Terrain Too Hard to Tackle for Bjorn Leines

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No Terrain Too Hard to Tackle for Bjorn Leines

Bjorn Leines’ full part in Volcom IP2 just dropped and not a moment too soon either. His all-terrain skills have clearly made him one of the top dogs in the business.

From Vimeo:

Bjorn Leines has cut his teeth as one of snowboarding’s most prominent all-terrain rulers. From his early days as an integral part of the original Forum 8, Bjorn’s bagged gnarly AK descents, settled SLC street rails, tackled burly transitions (he almost made the 1998 Nagano Olympic pipe team), and launched lofty booters year after year. Well, this season Bjorn spent his time compiling footage for Volcom’s “#IP2” project and today, we’re honored to offer you the exclusive edit from Mr. Leines. Watch how it’s done, ladies and gentlemen, because not many people can do it for as long as Bjorn at the level he’s still currently riding.

 

 

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