Finnish freeski legend Kevin Salonius braves miserable November weather to bring you a short but sweet edit loaded with heaters!
Working with fellow Amplid team rider Kevin Salonius and Amplid's favourite lens man, Stephan Sutton, Finnish shredder Christian Stromberg has pieced together one hell of a season edit. Christian is one to watch this season as he returns from a season-ending injury.
Finnish rail slayer Kevin Salonius spends most summers filming rail trickery on his backyard set-up. With new and imaginative rail builds and trick combos this year's edit is on another level alttogether. Utter madness from the summer rail boss.
Swiss Ambush rider Jeremy Rudaz wanted to end the season in the park and with powder piling-up in the Alps that was unlikely. To remedy the situation Jeremy travelled north to hang-out with his buddy Kevin Salonius at Serena, Finland, for the closing weekend.
Serena homies Kevin Salonius and Christian Stromberg made the most of the early season snow in the north of Finland and filmed a handful of laps at Ruka. These guys know a thing or two about style and cool lines through the park.
Unlike all other glaciers, Serena's latest addition hasn't been formed from millions of years of compacted ice and snow. Nope, the resort, situated on the outskirts of Helsinki, Finland, needed to test some snow cannons. Amplid riders Niklas and Kevin made the most of the temporary patch with other friends from TWENTYTWO Productions.
Up and coming, Finnish slopestyle skier Daniel Antell has mind-blowing rail and kicker skills but what we didn't know is that he's pretty handing in the powder on his Syntax skis too. Daniel shared his season edit with us and it's pretty damn good!
Jukka Tyni is one to watch. Combining a fearless approach to freestyle riding in the park and the streets with a faultless style is what Jukka does best. We're confident that it won't be long before you start seeing a lot more of this rising-star from Finland.
Isosyöte resort is situated almost 100km inland from the coastal city of Oulu. It's cold, offers 200m of vertical (which is mountainous by Finnish standards) and has one of the best snowparks in Scandinavia. So it's no surpirse that Finnish shredder Jukka Tyni likes to shred his pocketknife there.