Diaries Downunder: Episode 2 – Canterbury Clubbies

Australian Dane Tiene flies into Christchurch from Sydney. The crew then make their way to the centre of Christchurch before testing out a kiwi classic – the nutcracker ropetow. Staying up at Mount Olympus club field the boys find some of Canterbury’s finest shreddable terrain. Ben Comber, Stef Zeestraten and Nick Hyne show Dane exactly why Mount Olympus and the Canterbury region has gained such a fine reputation.

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