What is a freestyle catapult?

The AirBock snowboard catapult is designed to launch snowboarders, skiers, skaters, or wakeboarders for freestyle jumping. It also facilitates a new upcoming breed of events: the extreme sport events or action sport festivals, especially those in Europe.     AirBock-launch-snowboard AirBock-launch-snowboard   Because every player is different, we offer different catapult versions.

The standard catapult has a total length of 30 meters and launches freestylers with a speed of 55 to 65 km/h. Setups can also be either longer or shorter depending on the event’s desired final speed and freestyle skills.  

How Powerful Is Our Catapult? The launch of the riders on the snowboard catapult can be compared to that of a fighter plane on an aircraft carrier. It’s definitely strikingly spectacular!

AirBock Is the Biggest Supporter of Extreme Sports Events

Outdoor freestyle events like the ASP 6-Star Billabong, TTR BigAir Stuttgart, and Air&Style Innsbruck have become even more exciting and exhilarating, thanks to our snowboard catapult. It helps riders achieve not only a spectacular descent but also the loud applause and intense awe from the audience who see for themselves how players can fly so high with our simple but highly effective freeriding platform.  

Moreover, since the catapult can be assembled on a ground level, we can help event organizers leverage hosting costs. Launching speeds of riders can also be set in precise settings, allowing organizers create competitions with a more standard set of rules and categories.  

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18/03/2016: AirBock Extreme is opening the wakeboarding season

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We verhuren onze wakeboardboot per dag of per weekend. In 2015 hebben we weer verschillende vrijgezellenfeestjes en bedrijfsfeesten mogen organiseren op de Snepkaai.

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