• Can't Not Cringe: Helgason Bros. Release "Pepping" Teaser


    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    The Helgason Bros. like to get weird. From their antics while flying into big pow or finding rails along Main Street, Anywhereville to their time existing in whatever town around the world, shock and awe and hilarity just comes with the territory around the pair. Which is why we weren’t remotely surprised that that same ridiculousness would flow over into their new flick, “Pepping.” Well, ridiculousness in the form of constant cringing in response to tricks gone awry.

  • Oakley Snow Rippers Shine at the 6th Annual “The Meeting” in Aspen


    Posted almost 4 years ago by Matt Murray

    It’s that time of year again, when the ski and snowboard industries gets together to showcase the past season’s top highlights in the form of numerous mind-blowing films and workshop seminars. This year Aspen Ski Co held “The Meeting” at the Limelight Lodge in downtown Aspen. Oakley was well represented with both Pep Fujas and Seth Morrison paying a visit, signing Oakley branded posters and representing both the films they were in “Light The Wick” and “Revolver”. In addition both Pep and Seth were in town filming some segments for Seth’s upcoming documentary film releasing this time next year. In total Oakley had riders in nine of the films, here is a quick breakdown on each.

  • Oakley's Eiki Helgason Grabs New Cover of Transworld


    Posted over 4 years ago by Erin Edwards

    Hot off the Transworld Rider Poll, Reader’s Choice Winner Eiki Helgason hasn’t slowed down one bit, grabbing the cover of the latest issue of Transworld Snowboarding.

Eiki Helgason



Date of Birth:
September 5, 1987
Akureyri, Iceland
Oakley, Lobster Snowboards, Skullcandy, DVS, Frontline Favorite
Skateboarding, Candy, more Skateboarding, and then more Candy

Career Highlights

    • 2012: Junkfest Rail Jam Sweden Best Trick
    • 2010: TWS Reader's Choice Winner
    • 2010: Video Part in Standard Films' "The Storming"
    • 2009: Video Part in Rome's "No Correct Way"
    • 2009: Snowboarder Magazine Rookie of the Year
    • 2009: 1st, Frontline Rail Jam
    • 2009: Snowboarder Magazine Rookie of the Year
    • 2008: Last Part in Rome's "No Right Way"
    • 2008: TWS Rookie of The Year Nomination
    • 2007: Snowboarder Magazine Cover Shot