How can you express everything that you want to somebody you love, knowing that if you don’t, that might be the last opportunity that you have? That is a reality that we all face, but for BASE jumpers, the risk of death sometimes results in something amazing and unexpected – love.
Shot entirely in 4K ultra high-definition and directed by skate-film auteur Russell Houghten, Holy Stokes! marks the first full-length skate film from Veeco Productions since 2007’s Let’s Live. Shot in dozens of locations spanning every corner of the globe, it builds on more than 20 years and 30 influential films from the world of Volcom.
“We all know Matt Ray has had the skills to be Pro for a longtime now, but like anyone else, you’ve got to put time in with the team and family at Subrosa to make sure the fit is right. We are stoked to welcome Matt Ray to our Pro team and we are excited to see what the future holds. Believe me, my man is just getting started.” – Ryan Sher.
Matt Meola’s highlight real is required viewing, especially when it’s re-done as a Prince tribute. Featuring basically an entire segment worth of part-ending clips. So good.
MMA enthusiast and video editor Bratt Mamley just realised an incredible Ruthless Robbie Lawler tribute. It’s the kind of video that if you weren’t already, instantly makes you a fan of the fighter. I can’t wait to see Robbie in the cage again.
If you haven’t see the ‘Pure Darkness 3‘ trailer, you need to stop what you’re doing and watch it immediately. Let us know what you think, biggest jumps you’ve ever seen?
If he hadn’t gone for the celebratory kick flip, I think he might have caught the oncoming car in his periphery. Lucky dude. Thankfully Cody lived, and is here with us today to post footage of the incident on Instagram, along with a caption expressing his sincere thanks to whatever celestial forces kept him from getting totally f**ked up by that car!
The Vans BMX Team is a group of creative individuals who express themselves by constantly pushing the boundaries of what can be done on two wheels. In doing so, each rider illustrates their own artistic approach and style on the many canvases of concrete, dirt, and wood. Even after they are done riding their marks can still be seen in what has been left behind; from the tire tracks in the dirt to the marks on the walls, rails and ledges. Illustrated, a Vans BMX video available June 7th.
“An RDS production always entertains. Security guards getting punked, for sure someone getting punched out, but most importantly, skating will be bonkers. We’ll be premiering parts from the video each day next week.” – Thrasher.
What were you doing at age 11? Probably not shredding as hard as Benni Fridbjornsson, an up and coming ripper from Iceland that has been establishing his skills for several years. At age seven, Benni F was already doing backflips and riding rails. Now at the ripe age of 11, he’s sending double backflips, and even has his sights set on being an Olympian.
Twelve-year-old Japanese skater Isamu Yamamoto is the latest skateboard prodigy to have taken the Internet by storm. More than 20 million people have watched his videos. Many experts have called the youngster from Shiga the “Modern-Day Mullen,” a reference to Rodney Mullen, who is acknowledged as the best street skateboarder the world has ever seen. Legendary.
Danny MacAskill pulls out all the stops with a range of awe-inspiring and technical tricks, using the beautiful landscape of Aviemore as his playground.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Alana Blanchard, Hawaii’s golden girl left the tour in 2014 choosing instead pastures less competitive, all the while cementing herself as surfing’s queen of Instagram. Here’s Alana Blanchard on the Gold Coast where she’s been living for the last few months, displaying a mighty impressive sand-bottom point break game.
“If you told Brett Cue he’d be visiting PastranaLand and hitting some of the crazy ramps that guys like Travis Pastrana and Josh Sheehan made famous this last year – chances are he would give you a funny look. Although, funny looks are pretty typical when you hang out with a guy like Brett! Check out the shenanigans from a week at PastranaLand with TP199, Gregg Duffy, and the Godfrey boys just to name a few.” – RIDE365.com