Putting a new spin (literally) on the adaptive snowboards that let those with physical disabilities still enjoy snowsports, the folks at Signal Snowboards worked with Crankbrothers to design what could be the world's first snow-friendly wheelchair.

Using parts from a mountain bike the creation lets a rider—in this case a good friend of the company named Tim Ostler who was paralyzed from the chest down in a halfpipe accident—carve their way down a slope with as much control as any other snowboarder. It actually looks like it was one of Signal Snowboard's more difficult builds, but at the same time definitely one of the most rewarding. [Signal Snowboards]