The verdict is out! Belgian street shredder Kevin Trammer claimed the coveted title "King of the Hood" at the grand finale of the Red Bull Station Riots in Snowpark Nesselwang last Saturday. He convinced the crowd and judges by throwing Switch Hardway FS 270s to Regular like nobody's business with an immense dose of style. The runner-up from the Qualifier Event, Ziga Rakovec was sentenced to second place by the street snowboarding court again. Simon Pircher from Tirol proved to be the most supreme among the representatives of the German urban snowboard scene and secured the third spot on the podium with his line. Check their winning runs below.
The who's who of street snowboarding shook hands at the Snowpark Nesselwang to convince the judges with their criminal lines and made every effort to snatch the title "King of the Hood" last Saturday. The new generation of snowboarding sprayed it's energetic vibes all over the Snowpark Nesselwang, not just on the finals night, but over the entire weekend.
Whether during early morning training laps or at night film sessions, the tight-knit troup was on fire! The strong international starter field surrounding Max Zebe (ITA), Dylan Alito (USA), Ozzy Henning (USA), Len Jørgensen (NOR) or Jesse Augustinus (NED) battled with the six winners of the qualifying events and Erik Harc, the winner of the GoPro video qualifier wildcard. The final line, consisting of the infamous Snowpark Nesselwang obstacles like the Stairset, the Grass Box as a redirect wallride, the fired Trannyfinder rail and Police Station were shredded with every trick in the book.
Kevin Trammer's winning run was next level, super technical and loaded with style. Without doubt the most criminal line of the night: Halfcab Nosepress FS 180 out - BS 180 Switch Nosepress 180 out - Switch Hardway FS 270 to regular. The runner-up Ziga Rakovec proved he could match the technical ability of Trammer by sticking his Hardway 270 to switch on the Trannyfinder rail. The third spot on the podium went to Simon Pircher from Austria. Dylan Alito took home the “GoPro Best Trick" award with a 50-50 frontside 360 out over the high rail of the Police Station.