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      Markus Finholt (Norway)

      Markus Finholt (Norway)

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      I live in Volda, studying for my bachelor in PR & Communication, but I’m always on the move. My home town is Skien, Telemark.

      Your favorite mountains?

      I don’t have a favorite spot, it’s always changing, depending on the snow. Although anywhere in Western Norway is beautiful and often has good snow.

      Your home ski area?

      All my home resorts closed down so I don’t really have one any anymore.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      Probably when my parents put me on a pair of XC skis at the age of 2 or 3. My first real experience skiing was when I got my first pair of twin tips at the age of 13. First ventured into the backcountry at 18 and I’ve been a freerider since then.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Outside of skiing it has to be anything that has to do with creating content. Videography, editing and color grading has quickly become a passion for me, after getting my first handycam back in 2008. Oh, I also mountain bike - same as every other skier.

      Why Majesty?

      Mostly the people. I am good friends with the other riders from Majesty Norway and it’s always great to feel like you’re contributing towards something that values you. The skis are good too :P

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Since January 2021. Hopefully it doesn’t end as quickly as it started.

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      Mainly producing video content. I run a YouTube-channel about skiing and mountain biking, and being a Majesty ambassador makes this a lot easier. Best Trick @xFree 2021.

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      Mainly the same goals as I’ve always had - to promote skiing and the versatility, and joy of it. It doesn’t have to be as A4 as the magazines and social media makes it out to be. If I get people out of their chairs, and into the mountains, my job is done. Also it would be fun to crush the competition at some freeride competitions but that’s not my main goal, I’d rather go film stuff.

      DS

      Markus Finholt (Norway)

      Where are you from and where do you live now?

      I live in Volda, studying for my bachelor in PR & Communication, but I’m always on the move. My home town is Skien, Telemark.

      Your favorite mountains?

      I don’t have a favorite spot, it’s always changing, depending on the snow. Although anywhere in Western Norway is beautiful and often has good snow.

      Your home ski area?

      All my home resorts closed down so I don’t really have one any anymore.

      What was your first experience with skis?

      Probably when my parents put me on a pair of XC skis at the age of 2 or 3. My first real experience skiing was when I got my first pair of twin tips at the age of 13. First ventured into the backcountry at 18 and I’ve been a freerider since then.

      What are your favorite sports/hobby/activities?

      Outside of skiing it has to be anything that has to do with creating content. Videography, editing and color grading has quickly become a passion for me, after getting my first handycam back in 2008. Oh, I also mountain bike - same as every other skier.

      Why Majesty?

      Mostly the people. I am good friends with the other riders from Majesty Norway and it’s always great to feel like you’re contributing towards something that values you. The skis are good too :P

      How long have you been with Majesty?

      Since January 2021. Hopefully it doesn’t end as quickly as it started.

      Any cool accomplishments with Majesty so far?

      Mainly producing video content. I run a YouTube-channel about skiing and mountain biking, and being a Majesty ambassador makes this a lot easier. Best Trick @xFree 2021.

      What are your future plans with Majesty?

      Mainly the same goals as I’ve always had - to promote skiing and the versatility, and joy of it. It doesn’t have to be as A4 as the magazines and social media makes it out to be. If I get people out of their chairs, and into the mountains, my job is done. Also it would be fun to crush the competition at some freeride competitions but that’s not my main goal, I’d rather go film stuff.

      DS