Originating from simply attaching wheels to a snowboard and using it to skate down hills and dirt tracks, dirtboarding has become a recognised sport of its own. The sport combines elements of surfing, snowboarding and skateboarding. The rider is secured to the deck with foot bindings to ensure they stay on the board over rough ground. While the name might suggest muddy terrain, dirtboarding can be undertaken on virtually any surface. This can include grass hills, gravel tracks and even the street or skate parks. Dirtboarding has been around since the 1990s and is one of the fastest growing board sports..