• LGC New Zealand – An exhilarating ride for all ages with Elissa Mah

    Few experiences are more intense than racing down a hill at high speed. Meet LGC New Zealand‘s Ambassador Elissa Mah, a longboarder whose mission is to pass on her passion to people of all ages.

    She partnered-up with Nikon and released this amazing video. Yas Elissa!

    “Sharing my love for skating with kids is one of my passions. It helps bring self-confidence while also having fun. Each small step getting bigger every tie makes me so happy”

    We’re stoked on your work Elissa! You can always do something in your scene or community and we encourage you to get on it.

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Discussion 2 Responses

  1. 30/11/2016 at 10:10 am

    I wish I could do what you do, I love your blog

  2. 26/04/2017 at 9:41 pm

    I have a trip planned to NZ this year! Im excited to see that there is some good riding to be had! I enjoy how you shared your passion with the children. Keep up the good work!

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