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Signal | Snowboard Mounted DJ Setup

21 April 2014, 18.48 | Posted in craze, snowboarding | 1 comment »


They come up with some interesting ideas for Every Third Thursday, that’s for sure. The latest is definitely on the more impractical side but its still rad as hell to see a working DJ setup mounted on a rideable snowboard. How’d they do it? Watch and find out.

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Signal | Cardboard Snowboard

21 February 2014, 12.10 | Posted in snowboarding, snowboards | 1 comment »


In the latest episode of the awesome Every Third Thursday the Signal crew attempts to make a snowboard out of corrugated cardboard. Collaborating with Ernest Packaging they actually make three ridable boards than although not suited for long term use are completely recyclable and only cost $16 bucks a pop. Let the cardboard revolution begin.

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Signal | Oktoberfest Snowboard Beer Bong

17 October 2013, 16.23 | Posted in beer, snowboarding, snowboards | 2 comments »


We’ve been digging pretty much every episode of Signal’s Every Third Thursday but this one has to be the best yet. A snowboard with mad pop that has a double barrel Beer Bong on it?! Genius! Peep all the episodes on Network A.

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Signal Snowboards | Under Water Snowboard Build

19 September 2013, 21.28 | Posted in snowboarding, videos | 2 comments »


Signal Snowboard’s excellent “How Things Work” style snowboard show ” Every Third Thursday” is back with a new season and for the first episode they attempt to build a snowboard using water pressure under the Milford Sound in southern New Zealand. Watch the show to see if it worked and also for some stunning visuals of the land they all N Zed. Enjoy.

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Every Third Thursday | Adaptive Snowboard Re-Invented

21 September 2012, 14.52 | Posted in feel good, snowboarding, tech, videos | 1 comment »


Signal Snowboards have just dropped another rad episode of their engineering meets shredding show Every Third Thursday. The new episode follows their quest to re-invent an adaptive snowboard using bike parts from Crank Brothers to create a bonified way for their friend Tim Ostler to shred again. It’s feel good content all the way through, enjoy.