When it comes to naming the most influential snowboarders out of Scandinavia, Torgeir Bergrem inevitably enters the conversation. A two-time Olympian and certified X Games medalist, the Norwegian ripper is currently at the forefront of a style renaissance in snowboarding. Born and raised in Trondheim, Torgeir picked up his first board at the young age of 9 and never slowed down since. Inspired by legends such as Travis Rice and Norwegian trailblazer Terje Haakonsen, he began turning heads on the competition circuit in 2004 with his all-round talent and fluent, surf-inspired style. A regular on the World Snowboard Tour since 2006, Torgeir proved that he can ‘spin it to win it’ with the best of them, claiming countless podiums including a victory at the 2011 New Zealand Winter Games and later Big Air bronze at X Games Norway 2017. But his real focus remains with honing his craft as one of the most well-rounded and smooth snowboarders, recognized with the most ‘Most Stylish Rider’ award at the grassroots King of The North competition. In the old controversy of style VS. tricks, Torgeir Bergrem is living proof that you can have both.