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.
What’s your excuse for not chasing your passion? Italo Romano did not let the fact that he doesn’t have legs keep him from making his way into the Semi-Finals round of the Tampa Pro skateboarding event earlier this week.
Street League Skateboarding has announced the 2012 schedule for the DC Pro Tour fueled by Monster Energy with a look back at some awesome clips from previous seasons that ooze fun.
What Australian cyclist Andrew Dickey does here is less like trials and more like parkour as he finds ways to reach the inaccessible on his bike around Melbourne.
You don’t have to be 18 to watch Snow Porn on the internet. It’s a good thing too, because the Burton Smalls team wouldn’t be able to watch their own part. Check out Gabe Ferguson, Darren Mack, Nik Baden, Max Jenson and Kyle Mack as they get wicked in the park at Loon Mountain.
This compilation is the result of a few encounters with Gabriel Medina on the North Shore season of 2011. Summer is coming.
Taylor Bray pulls a sick backflip to feeble out of a swimming pool on a skateboard then manages to pull it back in to keep the run going.