TSG ambassadors are upcoming riders, great legends or dedicated people we respect for their performance. Check them out here.
Sam Beckett Really talented UK vert kid that is part of the world tour showing the the future of vert skating.
Jürgen Horrwarth Jürgen defines skateboarding as an attitude to a form of art that aligns beautifully with bodily manoeuvres.
Renton Millar The Melbourne skate legend describes himself as skateboarder, traveller and husband. He combines all three perfectly and is crowned World Cup Skateboard Champ.
Jocke Olsson Jocke is a vert legend from Sweden and everybodies nice guy. Besides skating he has a passion for fly fishing.
Bienvenido Aguado His name mean welcome and we welcome Bienve to our team. The spanish rotation talent sticked the world 1. double front flip.
Thomas Genon The only Belgian on the FMB World Tour is a true slopestyle talent and brings vertiginous progression into the freeride discipline.
Casey Groves Casey is a top 10 rider on the FMB world tour, a podium finisher at Crankworx Whistler, and a star in several feature films. Calm but rad!
Ramon Hunziker Ramon is the poster child for progressive Swiss dirt jumping and freeriding. After dominating the national scene, he is now entering the international stage.
Amir Kabbani Ambitious, consistent and determined! But this is only one side to characterize Amir, he is a nice and funny dude as well who just loves riding his bike.
Sam Pilgrim You know what to expect when your nick name is leopardhead... aggressively he attacks dirt and street grounds like an animal while always staying nice and friendly.
Timo Pritzel Timo evolved from bmx pro to dirt pro to team coach to business man with his own clothing brand without ever loosing his natural niceness.
Angie Hohenwarter Sweet when you see her, but tough when she rides down the 4cross or downhill parcours.
Alessandro Barbero The italian bmx machine!
Patrick Guimez The french BMX pro lives in beautiful south of France and hosts its own event. Lords of Dirt is a friendly jam session with international riders.
Markus Hampl Markus collects bmx titels but besides riding he loves building dirt tracks and is one of the best builders worldwide.
Ricardo Laguna Multi-talented Vegas sunny boy who competes in BMX, hosts TV shows, organizes events, builds dirt courses, teaches at clinics, appears as guest speaker at schools... everything is possible!
Daniel Wedemeijer Daniel aka. the flying Dutchman is definitely the Netherlands finest export when it comes to BMX. He is well known for his technical stylish riding skills and being a genuinely nice guy.
Angie Marino Angie Marino is one of the best female BMXers in the world, but not content to rest on her laurels. She started Yeah Zine, a online site for girls that ride BMX.
Elias Elhardt Elias is a real bundle of energy, rocking with great performance and style.
Iouri Podladtchikov I-Pod is one of the sickest riders around blowing up the scene on the slopes and charming everyone with his smart and funny character.
Gian Simmen First Olympic halfpipe winner back in 1998. Gian is still part of the scene, competing for fun and coaching the swiss freestyle rooky squad.
Anne-Flore Marxer Open-minded and energetic, Anne-Flore rocks whether it\'s in the park, backcountry or dance floor. The 2011 Freeride World Champion collects magazine covers and pushes women riding.
Silvia Mittermüller one of the strongest female riders in the snowboard scene able to take it from the pipe to the park to the pow with ease.
Benedikt Mayr Loves riding backcountry as much as park and is a funny and open-minded personality.
Taylor Seaton Consistently going bigger and bigger with each hit, Taylor\'s innate mastery of the transitions adds a fluid style to his run unlike any other.
Caja Schöpf Caja is one of the best female german freeskier and the only girl in the german FIAT Freestyle Team.
Daniel Fetz Successfull self-made wakeboarder and dad, that doesnt only dominate the international scene but also runs his own wakeboard school.
AMBASSADORS TSG ambassadors are upcoming riders, great legends or dedicated people we respect for their performance.
Date of birth
in my luggage
Home Spot (Park)
Billabong, Oakley, Swatch, Neff, Etnies, 32, Dakine, Les Ettes, Blue Tomato
surfing, dancing, wakesurfing, sawing, eating ice creams, partying, yoga, climbing.. every other fun things
2011 Freeride World Champion 2011 & 2010 french Rider of the Year Award 2006 Transworld Rookie of the Year 20 magazine covers
1. I started riding because…
It made me feel alive, at the time I was in school and I hated life, but I felt happy and free in the mountains, it’s where I found fun, excitement, independence, adrenaline and riding with my friends was all that mattered to me.
2. What was your first snowboard and how did you get it?
I had shitty board from which I hated the graphic
3. What’s your favorite place on earth to ride?
My favorite place to ride is always in the Alps, the terrain, the size oft he resorts and the easy access to backcountry and freeride is best, I also like the Austrian apres-ski ☺
4. If you could pick four riders (alive or dead) to snowboard with, who would they be and where would you go?
Victoria Jealouse, Marie-France Roy, my brother and my boyfriend would be a fun crew to go in a lodge in Alaska somewhere ☺ or in India why not ☺
5. What’s your favorite TSG product and why?
My signature Helmet because I got to design it..
6. What sport would you never want to learn/perform?
Golfing and chest playing cause it needs one to be patient and thoughtful which I m not at all.
7. What sport did you want to learn as a kid but never got to?
It’s not that I wanted to do it when I was a kid as I was doing so much sports already but I wish I had taken dance classes as a kid so that I d be really good at dancing today.
8. What has been your sketchiest situation you’ve ever gotten in?
9. Who\'s film part inspired you to shred?
I love Nicolas’ and Gigi’s parts in AK they are both so talented and fluid.
10. How do you cope with injuries and risk?
I like adrenaline, and pushing my own limits, I love the rush you get from it, so I often get myself into risky situations as well as injured sometimes, but at the end of the day it’s just part of the game, and you need to listen to your self in all situation to make sure you don’t do anything stupid. The weird thing is how you forget about all the bad moments of injury as soon as you are fit again.
11. You successfully fight for women rights in snowboarding. What advice do you have for young girl riders that try to find their place in the male dominated snowboard world?
Be patient and don’t let go, it will change for the better in the long run. Do something about it, because if you don’t there is a chance nobody will and it does not matter if you are well established or a rookie, it’s about bringing the wright arguments at the wright time.
12. How would your mum describe you in one sentence?
I asked her that and she said: She is brilliant, has a big hart and is very funny, my beautiful naughty girl who scares me.
Line of Anne-Flore Marxer at the Nissan Xtreme Verbier 2011 by Swatch.