Snowboard Iskola

Erik Leon, a pro snowboarder for Arbor Snowboards and The North Face, and the creator of Core Snowboarding, which is a non profit organization focused on preserving snowboarding through increased participation and environmental awareness, as well as creating an effort to promote new participation, reduce barriers to entry, and inspire more sustainable manufacturing in snowboarding, is featured in a video made by Ted Borland talking first hand about his efforts towards inclusivity and accessibility within snowboarding.

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Here are additional ways to enhance inclusivity in snowboarding: To enhance snowboarding's inclusivity and accessibility, prioritize adaptive equipment development and training programs for individuals with physical disabilities. Create universally designed facilities and trails, accommodating various skill levels. Offer financial assistance, scholarships, and community outreach initiatives to underprivileged and marginalized groups. Foster a culture of acceptance and understanding, educating both staff and fellow enthusiasts on inclusivity. Collaborate with advocacy groups to break down barriers and ensure everyone can enjoy the exhilarating sport of snowboarding.

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