AIM Series Calender 2005

Variety is the spice of life!
Embarking on its fourth year the Orange AIM Series has got a new motto as it goes south and releases its 2005 dates.

Continuing the success of the Orange AIM Series, the UK’s snowboard and freestyle ski championships circuit will spread its artificial wings to check out the talent at Rossendale, Bracknell and Warmwell dryslopes this summer/ autumn.

Stuart Brass of Soulsports comment on the move:
“There are many existing slopes investing large sums of money into developing freestyle arenas, and to reward such enterprise, it’s seems only fitting that these slopes be given the opportunity to host National Championship legs of the Orange AIM Series. Also, working with new schools & new media provides an excellent opportunity to replicate the accomplishments of the Series in 3 new areas - creating as it has done, pockets of Snowsports enthusiasts. Let’s spread the love around!”

To not miss out of the fun, these are the dates to put in your diary:

6th – 7th August *Bracknell Ski Centre
British Artificial Slopestyle Championships, plus Big Air
With new laid ‘permasnow’ surface Bracknell offer tubes, boxes, new quarterpipe and a variation of kickers and rails

20th August *Xscape, Milton Keynes
British Indoor Boarder/ Skiercross Championships, plus Slopestyle

3rd September *Xscape, Castleford
British Indoor Slopestyle Championships

17th – 18th September Rossendale Ski Centre
British Artificial Boarder/ Skiercross Championships, plus Big Air
‘Snowflex’ snow park with built in terrain drop, rails and big kicker

1st – 2nd October Dorset Snowsport Centre in Warmwell:
British Artificial Big Air Championships, plus Slopestyle
‘Snowflex’ slope with permanent, built in Kicker and quarterpipe
*These events will also be hosting a “RED BULL JIBBER OF THE DAY” contest.

The very popular indoor events will stay in Milton Keynes and Castleford Xscape due to the facilities they offer.