OI Mate!: Episode 201 – Here we go again

From Boardworld on Vimeo:

We’re back for season two of Oi Mate! presented by Boardworld.

After a lacklustre start to the season, where mother nature gave us more rain and warm temps than a monsoonal rainforest, we’ve kicked off our winter with a bang. Hitting up the Thredbo and Perisher terrain parks, we also headed south of the boarder to VIC to the notorious village of Falls Creek, which we found covered in a blanket of fresh snow.
Enjoy this first instalment of Oi Mate! and stay tuned for more to come.

Supported by: FYVE Snowboards, 3CS Outerwear, Drift Innovation, Now Bindings, Sandboxland, Arnette, Radical Gloves, Thredbo Resort, Rhythm Boardstore Cooma, and AUS NZ Snowboarding Magazine.

Riders: Jye Kearney, Daniel Crean, Cohen Davies, Harley Trivic, Charles Morris, Louis Macindoe, Greg Murray and Mat Galina. Also featuring Charles Beckinsale.

Intro Music – ‘Morning Light’ by ANTANAS. Music provided by Mevio @ Music Alley.

Episode Music: ‘Colors’ by The Pass
thepasstheband.bandcamp.com/album/colors-ep

Intro created by Jeremy Richardson @ Olliepop Films with Rider sketches by Charles Beckinsale

Additional footage by Mic Simpson ( Now Bindings White IPO Infomercial )

Display photo of Greg Murray by Matt Hull @ Matt Hull Photography.

Logo: Charles Kelly

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