Personality: Andreu Lacondeguy
With a riding style that has dependably been more motocross-and freeride-affected than exemplary slopestyle, it would just take two short a very long time for him to advance up to the best level and claim the slopestyle title at Kokanee Crankworx in 2008. That same year he likewise wound up one of just three riders to arrive a twofold reverse somersault on a mountain bicycle in rivalry at the Snowboard Big Air World Cup in Graz, Austria.
He has kept on pushing limits inside the game through challenges and recordings, continually giving his riding a chance to do the talking. This year he won the Whistler Crankworx Whip-Off World Championship.
At only 26 years of age with "Affection Dirt" inked on his fingers, "Little Andy," as his companions call him, has an unmistakable state of mind about where freeriding ought to be going. He has won a considerable measure, from Crankworx to Rampage, yet at the same time stays disrupted and needs to change the course of mountain biking.
To achieve this, he has collaborated with Kurt Sorge, Graham Agassiz, Nico Vink, Makken Haugen and Nick Pescetto to frame the Fest arrangement (see video underneath), an imaginative new arrangement of week-long, welcome just freeride sessions around the globe, where just the riders included vote on the best line, trap and hop, yet there's no official victor or arrangement champ.