New site coming soon…

The guys at the snowboarder club are busy getting their all new website online, the holding page has gone up on the site..and i hope the black and green theme stays as it looks the bomb!!

In the mean time you can still support the growth of SA freestyle snowboarding by joining the Club, this year it is the “ONLY” way you can ride the Afriski park, plus it gives you discount on the Afriski season pass, and of course helps pay for the club house and park features.


The Snowboarder Club of Southern Africa is SA’s first club dedicated to the spirit of park and free riding, fun and competitions. Why ? Because Southern Africa enjoys snow all winter, has two active ski resorts and a brand new snowboard park at Afriski, the home of our club.

The 2009 season will be unlike any before due to the dedicated facilities that the club has been able to negotiate with Afriski. The Club has to date invested substantial funds into earthworks, park features and material for our new Club house. In addition, the club has employed 2 dedicated Parkies to ensure that the Park will be in top shape throughout the season.

Safety concerns together with practical access control issues means that the Afriski Park and Club house will operate on a members only basis. Everyone will be given one Free day pass to test the Park, thereafter you need to be a member to ride.


– Free and unlimited entry into the new Afriski Park
– Use of the Snowboarder clubhouse and deck
– First 25 new members get a free t-shirt
– R500 discount on your Afriski season pass (R2500 instead of R3000)
(2008 members are automatically paid up members for 2009.)

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