Families Can Snowboard
Did you know that snowboarding is a family sport? Thanks to advances in education lessons, equipment and terrain, children ages 3 and up can snowboard alongside their parents, and even grandparents!
Over the past 20 years Burton has worked to create Learn to Ride programs for riders of all ages and abilities. The youngest snowboarders in your family can have fun in a Riglet Park, while adults can enjoy the ease and accessibility of a Learn to Ride (LTR) lesson.
Listen as Chloe Elliot from Burton chats about the #AFamilyofSnowboarders campaign being launched.Follow these easy steps for a chance to win:
If you’d like to help the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI) and Burton spread the word that snowboarding is a family sport, you’ll automatically be entered to win one of four Burton prizes. This season’s prizes include a Riglet board, a lesson with an AASI instructor at a Burton Riglet Park, an adult Burton board and an adult LTR lesson with an AASI instructor.
- Take a picture or share a story that shows you and your family snowboarding, or how a lesson(s) would help get everyone in your family out snowboarding together.
- Add hashtags #afamilyofsnowboarders and #snowpros
- Tag @burtonriglet. @burtonlearntoride (only on Facebook) and @thesnowpros
- Post your photo to your personal social media channel between Monday, Jan. 28 through Feb. 15, 2019
- Review these contest rules and regulations.
Find a Burton Learn to Ride Center near you.
Learn more about Burton's Riglet program.