“This is all the craziest shots we took in 2014, enjoy and get hyped for your next party ride session. PARTYRIDE: going crazy with all your friends, riding bikes, and partying all over the place. It’s all about good times on bikes.” – CP Gang. Shout out to Siul George for the submission.
With the race for ‘skater of the year’ underway, Torey Pudwill throws himself into the mix with this insane video part. Online for 24 hours only! Sit back and enjoy the show. Download Plan B’s “True” from the iTunes store.
The first episode of Thrasher’s King of the Road 2014 is here, with Birdhouse defending its title against Element and Flip. We learn that this trip will take the teams along the East Coast and through the Midwest, with a midpoint meet-up at Skatopia, in Ohio. As soon as the teams tear into their books, they get straight into the challenges, which include a 360 flip nosegrind on transition, a nine-stair ollie on just bearings, tricks over twerkers, and more insanity.
Following the unveiling of The Future Sports Project in Sydney, Oakley is proud to share the ground-breaking, complementary video series. Exploring the future of snowboarding and surfing—and released on Oakley’s YouTube channel—the video series is a collaborative glance into the future of sports technology by surfing prodigy Jack Robinson, Olympic snowboarder Scotty James and two of Australia’s most visionary product design experts. Each of the two documentary style videos follow the collaborators’ journeys, as they challenge expectations, push potential innovation boundaries and predict the future of sport. Looking into the future of surfing, the second video sees sixteen year old surfing prodigy, Jack Robinson, team up with Airbag Labs to create a shape shifting surfboard that offers riders greater adaptability and manoeuvrability.
New rule, whatever mode of getaway transportation is chosen by the criminal must be matched by the pursuing police. I’d like to see some slow speed unicycle chases. IS THAT A GUN!? Nope, just a skateboard. If that helicopter pilot was a cop, that guy would have been shot. Marty McFly would have escaped from this sh*t.
Speedriding is a high-speed, high stakes mountain sport that fuses elements of skiing and parachute flight. This hybrid approach to the alpine gives its intrepid practitioners access to terrain that would otherwise be inaccessible. In The Unrideables: Alaska Range, one of the world’s foremost experts on human flight, Jon DeVore, sets out with a team of elite aerial athletes to evolve the sport in North America’s most remote and demanding mountain environment. Look for the full-length documentary releasing this January.
Ryan Hipwood is one of the most well-respected and recognisable big wave chargers in the world. Ryan was a runner-up in the prestigious Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards for surfing a monster wave at Shipsterns, Tasmania that nearly took his life. And was also nominated for Billabong XXL Ride of the Year for his massive backhand barrel at Cloud Break, Fiji. Hippo is always pushing the limits, and it is this passion for chasing monster slabs that has made Ryan one of the most photographed surfers in the world. Join him as he trains to control panic, push through fatigue, and make correct decisions under pressure. Big wave surfing is a serious business, and so is his training routine. When you’re being smashed in nature’s washing machine, this could very well save your life!
This small boy likely suffered damage to his Lumbar Nerves (L1 – L5). As a result he will experience some loss of function in the hips and legs. He will likely have little or no voluntary control of bowel or bladder. He also may need a wheelchair or will walk with braces. All of this could have been prevented if he had been wearing an ass helmet.
Not the best body position to land in. Check out the blood, sweat and tears that Andrew Castaneda had to put in to pull this insane crook grind in his latest Cult Crew edit.
Buakaw Banchamek is a 32 year old superstar Thai boxer 32 years, and today he is showing us how he trains to be hit in the stomach. He contracts his abdominal muscles and receives several punches from a young boxer. Buakaw Banchamek began his career at the tender age of 8 years old, so the dude’s an O.G. A few inches lower and he’d be singing a different note though.
Solid stuff mate. He’s avoiding the vicious “I need to exercise, but I’m too fat to exercise” problem that traps a lot of people. Also, the extra body mass probably teaches you good discipline for your landings. Any skater worth his ‘weight’ won’t give two f**ks if you’re legitimately trying. It’s like seeing a fat guy at the gym, you’re happy they’re there trying to better themselves. Same thing with skating. Respect.
Watch Jeremy Twitch Stenberg hit the trails with Ronnie Faisst, Andy Bakken, Taka and Timmy 2 Sick after a few days of rain. Anybody who rides will understand how fun it is to f**k around like this with your mates. Twitch’s massive 5 mile wheelie on the street is a must watch!
As Tyler Ennis skated towards the net early in Buffalo’s game, Montreal defence man Alexei Emelin probably thought he had done a decent job shepherding him to away from a dangerous position. Then Ennis managed to kick the puck past the crease, hurdle Carey Price’s pads, and then slap a no-look backhander into the net while falling over. Sometimes life isn’t fair.
Footage has revealed that the three pitch invasions during Tottenham’s game against Partizan Belgrade were part of an internet prank to see which man could spend the longest on the White Hart Lane pitch. The Trollstation channel released the video under the title ‘Pitch Invasion Challenge'; Spurs are now facing the prospect of Uefa sanctions. All three men wore t-shirts bearing the name of headphone manufacturer BassBuds, who produce licensed Spurs merchandise. The company has released a statement condemning the invasions, but Tottenham have removed all mentions of the brand from club channels and related stock from their shops while they investigate whether the company was involved.