Torgeir Bergrem

Torgeir Bergrem

Von: Trondheim Age: 26

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Place of Origin: Trondheim, Norway

Current Residence: Oslo, Norway

Stance: Goofy

Other Sponsors: Nitro, Electric, Session, Monster

Torgeir, or TG as he is known amongst friends, is a man of many talents…  When not busy tearing the up the contest scene on the TTR tour or at the X-Games, he finds sanctum in playing the guitar, breaking down rock classics on his little travel guitar riff for riff, solo for solo.. TG’s no 1 objective this coming winter is to make the cut for the Norwegian Olympics Slope style team.. That’s easier said than done, looking at the sheer talent on the NOR team. However, the prospects are looking great, considering he’s one of very few riders to put down 1620’. On top of that, amldst his Olympic preparations, TG still found time to film for Markus Keller’s movie Chamäleon, both in Saas Fee and at Superpark..   Thumbs up TG!

What was your first snowboard? Crazy Creek Mad Hat

What was your first snowboard movie that got you hooked? Vivid

Scariest moment of the season? Watching everyone from my livingroom with crutches

Best trip? Jackson Hole with Volcom 20

One item you always have in your snowboard pants? Chewing gum

Besides snowboarding? Playing guitar, being outside, golf a little, skate a little.

Future plans? Keep riding and push myself as far as i can while having as much fun as possible


Watch Torgeir Bergrem, Marcus Kleveland and friends shred down unda
Our boys are in OZ, enjoying the sun, snow, surf and yoga-pant offerings in between a ton of snowboarding. Have a look yerself right here
Norwegian Snowboard team in Perisher-Australia
Have a look at what Torgeir Bergrem and Marcus Kleveland did while down under last month. TG comes in at 0:55 and Marcus Kleveland at 03:10 Sit back and enjoy.
Learning by Doing episode 18: 1st back country kicker of 2016
Here’s another fun edit by Vernon Deck, shot in the Volcom Snow Team house side country and featuring X-Games Oslo qualification winner Torgeir Bergrem as well as family riders Bjorn Simons and Joris Ouwerkerk. Enjoy!
Congrats to Christy Prior for taking 2nd place in Big Air at the Oslo X-Games
What a week it has been.. Oslo always delivers fun, finesse and ample seduction offers, but these past days were truly amazing. . From the skate comp to the pipe event and finally the big air in front of a crowd of 30.000+ snowboarding fans.. The highlights are simply too many to mention, although Terje poaching the pipe and the jump just before the Big Air finals were priceless.. Last but not least; Huge congrats to our very own Christy Prior (pls link her name here ) for earning the Silver medal with a fs todeo 7. Congrats also to Cheryl Maas for the win (bs 9 tail) and Kjersti Buaas for the bronze (fs 7) Props also to Torgeir Bergrem for winning the Mens qualifier (bs 14).. Unfortunately, TG couldn’t match his result in the final and ended 5th.. Thank you Oslo and X-Games for the amazing times, we’ll be back for sure Check the link below for a recap of all events and highlights. Christy, Cheryl and Kjersti with their medals backstage Does Christy have the finest Method of all the girls out there? We sure think so   Torgeir, the winner of the qualifying round Photo credits:  Torgeir: NSBF CP Method: Tom/Pyramid Girls medals: JP
Learning by Doing; Torgeir Bergrem mentoring Valentino Guseli in the snow team house side country
Watch the latest instalment of “Learning By Doing” by our very own Vernon Deck. This episode is all about 10-year young Australian ripper Valentino Guseli familiarising himself with the backcountry, while TG gives him pointers.
Congrats to Marcus Kleveland and Torgeir Bergrem for 2nd and 3rd place at the 2016 Innsbruck Air&Style
Wow, what a weekend it’s been in Innsbruck… The venue of the Air&Style had been shifted from the Bergisel Olympic Ski Jumping Stadium to downtown Innsbruck to accommodate even more fans. And they came out in huge numbers, no less than 17500 tickets were sold.. Hopefully, most of them came to see the snowboarding, not the trance/dance/rave/jungle/German hip hop sound on offer. Aside from that though, the set up was amazing and everything went according to schedule until the wind kicked in.. A gnarly föhnwind started blowing from the south, up from the Brenner Pass with a strength more resemblant of coastal climates.. It was so strong that sponsor banners started flying and jumping was out of the question. After the completion of round 2, the semis and finals had to becancelled, leaving Sebastian “Toot’s” Toutant in first place, Marcus Kleveland in 2nd and Torgeir Bergrem in 3rd. Huge congratulations to our boys, who of course were handsomely rewarded for their aerial efforts come night time, but that’s another story. For a quik summary of “who did what, check the below video. And thanks to VD for stunning photos.. Stay tuned for VD’s A&S video dropping this thursday Here’s a summary of the best riding: And if you want to see all jumps from round two, click here and watch the bottom video.. Commentary in English