London Ski & Snowboard Show 2013 – Lessons & Discount Code

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Onyx Lessons At This Years Show

 SO WHAT’S GOING ON?

The London Ski and Snowboard Show celebrate their 40th anniversary this year and the Onyx team are stoked to be providing exclusive 1hr freestyle snowboard lessons during the London show!

Running from October 30th – November 3rd at London’s Earl’s Court 2, visitors have the opportunity to get involved in a great range of winter themed activities including skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, curling, wine tasting (obviously over 18’s only)  and (our personal favourite) meeting the huskies…..”THEY”RE SO FLUFFY”!!!! Top that off with chance to shop for new gear, discover resorts from across the world, spot some special offers (hopefully) and really get yourselves in the mood for the 2013/14 winter season.

Our expert team of instructors will be on hand to help freestyle first timers and seasoned pros alike have more fun standing sideways on the special snow flex lesson slope, with jumps, boxes and rails provided by Butta wax. These 1 hour sessions are free of charge when booked at the show and available at specific times each day throughout the week. You can find more details here.

We love Huskies!

We love Huskies!

 

DISCOUNT CODE
So you want to go but don’t want to pay full price? We hear you, so make use of our exclusive 40% discount code!

Head to the show’s BOOKING PAGE

And enter the code “ONYX40” in the box for 40% off your show tickets, easy as that.

Offer valid until 15/9/13 so take advantage while you can.

 

 

 

IN THE MEANTIME….

Be sure to check out our range of year round lessons, camps and courses throughout the UK, Morzine, Avoriaz and Les Deux Alpes on the ONYX WEBSITE. We’re really excited to be at the show this year and look forward to seeing you there!

Onyx – Baden x

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Baden Knifton

Baden Knifton is owner and head coach at Onyx Snowboard School, holding BASI L4 ISTD Snowboard Instructor certification with further qualifications in Sport Technology (BSc) and Sport Psychology (MSc). He's the head trainer with Snowsport England and responsible for writing their instructor qualification programme. Additionally he works as a freestyle TD (technical delegate), judge, race official and regularly organises competitions around Europe. Away from snowboarding he's a winter sports and travel blogger, presenter, writer, general mountain man and tech geek!

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