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Moon & Carve Session, 16th & 17th February 2019

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Dear Raceboarder/Extremecarver

What a joy !

The date of the next Moon&Carve session is fixed. At the 16th & 17th February 2019 the Moon&Carve session is held the second time at the winter sports area of Elsigen-Metsch, Frutigen at the Metschalp in beautiful Switzerland.

The following manufacturers will be there: Oxess, Goltes, Kessler, Plasma, Mountain SlopeSense.

As usual you will find detailed information about the event on our Moon&Carve Homepage:

The event is organized by local raceboarders. Because we are no commercial organisation and the event is free for all participants, we are thankful for all PR. We would be glad if you spread the good news and give us a like 👍.

We're already looking forward to have a cool session with you!

Ride Hard
The Moon&Carve Team

web: http://www.moon-and-carve.com
news: https://www.facebook.com/MoonAndCarve/
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It was a cool session. Two super days in the ski area Elsigen-Metsch.
Best conditions, great test material, instructive workshops and many satisfied faces.

Moon&Carve at its best!

Thanks to all participants, manufacturers and helpers 😍😘


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And for all of you who weren't there, a glance of our super hardbooter session at best conditions, this time in motion pictures:


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