Vancouver Island Riders find Alternative Groove

Snowboarders gear up for new season at mid-Island shop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI Riders freestyle snowboard club is gearing up with their club sponsor store, Alternative Groove Board Shop in Nanaimo.

“We were really happy to bring Alternative Groove on board with us last season as they are a conveniently located mid-island shop that supports our youth in the sport they love,” said VI Riders’ president Kelsa Donald.

“They have assisted us in providing our athletes with options for quality gear, club clothing, hardware for snowboarding and lots of support and advice as they venture into the world of freestyle and competition.”

The VI gang were in the shop recently taking advantage of the deals, while getting geared up for another epic snowboarding season on Mount Washington. VI Riders is a non-profit club open to all competent riders from 10 to18 years who are looking for qualified instruction in a fun and safe environment.

For more information about the club contact Kelsa Donald at 250-923-0523 or check out the website at viriders.org.

– VI Riders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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