Mountain boarding is a fairly new board sport, derived from snowboarding and it was originally intended to take the place of snowboarding during warmer months when there was no snow available. In the last 4 or 5 years mountain boarding has developed into a sport in its own right, racing down hills on grass tracks, dirt and rock.
Similar to surfing and snowboarding it can be done on any surface, at any time of the year, in any weather on a board with four extra large wheels and at speeds of up to 50 mph. Just make sure you?ve got your knee and elbow pads, wrist supports and a helmet to be safe.
3 companies specialise in 'Mountain Boarding' in South West England
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