Easy Rider Passport to Shred

We here at Easy Rider believe that one of the best parts of snowboarding is the community of riders. That is why we put on so many events designed to not only get you out riding, to educate you on snowboarding in general, but to also help build the community. This year we have come up with a new way to reward those that attend our events and have fun . . . the Easy Rider Passport to Shred. The passports are available for FREE in the store – and in addition to tracking your days ridden, you can bring it to each of our snow events this winter (over 18 different ones) and receive a stamp each time. At the end of the season – The 32nd Annual Easy Rider Snowboard Cup – at Rabbit Hill – March 30 & 31, 2019 – we will award a SUPER SPECIAL PRIZE to the person that has attended the most of our events,  plus other prizes for Passport holders. Passports will be available at our first School of Shred – Ride Snowboards – at the store on Monday, Oct. 1 at 6:30.      

We’re Hiring!

We are currently looking for sales people for part time / summer hours. Applicants must skateboard, snowboard, or stand up paddle, and must also be at least 16 years of age. Please bring a resume, in person, to the store.

Super 73 E-bike!

We are stoked to announce that Easy Rider is now the Alberta dealer for Super 73 bikes by Lithium Cycles. These retro / mini bike inspired electric bicycles are not your typical e-bikes. They are designed to be FUN and are being picked up by people like Will Smith, Casey Neistat, and YOU?! We have the Super 73 S1 (in black or white) in stock right now. They are pedal assist and, or throttle controlled, and come with a 500 Watt motor and 48 volt battery. Top speed is 32 kmh and they have a range of approximately 56 km. They are a Class 2 electric bike – which means that no license or registration is required and they are bike lane friendly. We have an S1 model at the store right now and will have it available to test ride once the snow melts. Stop by check it out!   Video on the original model.