Despite chilly weather and frequent rain showers, young freestyle mountain bikers threw down on a custom built course at the Roseraie Bikepark in Toulouse, France for the Red Bull Backyard Diggers event.
The surfing season on the North Shore of O’ahu has drawn to a close and locals are finding other ways to spend their time, including the Banzai Pipeline Skate Park, directly across the street from the famous surf break.
I can’t believe someone figured out how to make skimboarding look cool. Brad Domke does on his skimboard what most people only wish they could do on a full surfboard. Red Bull competition incoming…
Mark Synnott, James Pearson and Alex Honnold travel to the Ennedi Desert of Chad, the first climbers to explore the remote landscape stacked with wild unclimbed towers.
Skateboarding giant Danny Way is famous for doing his tricks big – like dropping in out of a helicopter big. Now his 10-year dream of building his very own Mega ramp in his Kauai backyard is finally becoming a reality. We can only guess what to expect from the man that jumped off the top of Planet Hollywood.
In the late 80s and owned a pool you had to be ever vigilant against attacks by roving bands of skateboarding hoodlums looking to drain and subsequently “shred” your concrete.
Quiksilver USA team members Balaram Stack and Chase Wilson joined up with Raph Bruhwiler in Tofino, British Columbia for three solid days of surf in the icy waters under grey skies for an experience truly unique to the Great White North.
Tim Emmet, armed with two axes and a length of rope, pushes the boundaries of the frozen world, scaling humbling mountains of ice, wagering on himself in a battle against the elements.
Spend the day getting to know Dimitri Coste who is actually a pretty hard person to nail down – truly a master jack of all trades – photographer, filmmaker, motorcycle and BMX rider and largest known collector of Vans to name a few… His skills on the 1964 Triumph Tiger Cub and behind the camera speak for themselves.
Strength in Numbers is a rally call to connect all mountain bikers, regardless of location or language or discipline. The film captures a true way of life, from the world’s best pros to those who are just learning to love the sport.
TNN Engineering rider Joe Brewer rips trials all over Melbourne, taking his bike places I wouldn’t even try to go on foot. He includes his slams so despite how easy he makes this look, it clearly takes a lot of time, dedication and hard practice.