Freebord Announces 2013 Pro Team

Freebord Mfg announces their 2013 Pro Team and release of the official Team Video, shot throughout parts of Europe and Northern California.

Nov 22 2013, 9:00am CST | by PR.com

San Francisco, CA, November 22, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Freebord Manufacturing proudly presents their annual team film, Paved for Us, featuring the latest in riding from the 2013 Freebord pro team. The film takes place in a variety of beautiful locales throughout California and parts of Europe, while featuring a talented mix of riders from across the globe. Paved for Us includes some old faces from the 2012 team as well as some brand new ripping riders.

The 2013 Team Includes: Mike Hoppe (US), Daniel Clay (US), Corey Lucero (US), Caleb Casey (US), Tyler Murgo (US), Jordi Puig (ES) and Bently Anderson (US).

The returning 2012 Team riders include, (Mike) Hoppe, (Corey) Lucero, (Caleb) Casey, and (Tyler) Murgo. Fresh faces to the team include (Daniel) Clay, (Jordi) Puig (2013 Rider of The Year), and (Bently) Anderson.

“Having been a team rider in years past, I can definitely say that this is one of the best videos we’ve put out in quite a long time,” said Justin Oliver, current Team Manager at Freebord. “We had an incredible mixture of talent this year-- not only was the riding top-notch but the entire production crew did an amazing job.”

Current Freebord Production Manager, Bob Glashan, said “We’re stoked on the outcome of this year’s video and expect a lot of great riding in the future from the team.” Paved for Us is formatted to showcase each rider’s unique mixture of downhill and freestyle riding, and as always, is sure to impress.

Freebord invites you to check out Paved for Us on the Freebord YouTube channel.

About Freebord
Through 15 years of evolution and rider-driven design, Freebord has engineered a setup that rides exactly like a snowboard on pavement. Freebord features a six-wheel design, which includes two low-riding center wheels that allow you to drift and spin with four edge wheels that allow you to control your slide and stop on a dime. Freebord also includes step-in, step-out bindings that offer riders maximum control. Whether you like to bomb the steeps, carve on wide streets, or strait-line the narrowest of sidewalks, Freebord lets you carve, slide, slow down and stop wherever and whenever you want. It’s the payoff of 15 years of progression and innovation.

Contact Information:
Freebord MFG
Keri Salemme
415-285-2673
Contact via Email
www.freebord.com

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