Strap in for some good old fashion Mitch Parkinson fire. We’ve a few minutes of the Aussie shredding everything from Burleigh Heads, Ours, Snapper, D’Bah, South Africa, and the North Shore. It’s an edit that’s worth your time. Jump in.

Red Bull Joyride, the biggest and most demanding slopestyle event of the series, is the grand finale of the Crankworx tour. Winning it is the holy grail of freeride mountain biking. Who had the mental strength and the stamina to be victorious?

“Sebastian Zietz and friends jump aboard Sibon Charters after surfing around Bali with an all star trip with friends from his home island of Kauai to the Mentawai Islands including Gavin Gilette, Tyler Newton, Danny Fuller, Evan Valiere, Sam Martin, Seqouia Hennesy, Ryder Guest, Teva Dexter, Kyle Galtes and Dylan Goodale.” – @happilystoked.

Battle at the Berrics 11: The world’s most award-winning skateboard site hosts the world’s best skateboarders for the ultimate game of skate. Today we’ve got Eric Koston up against Sean Malto. Who you got?

Quinn Kasbar has a thing for air mattresses and waves. While most people might prefer some form of control while surfing, the kid from Newport Beach seems to prefer an inflatable bed. Watch him send it at the Wedge.

With five Crankworx gold medals, over five million views from his captivating viral videos, and multiple freestyle world titles, Brandon Semenuk is a mountain biking prodigy. Inspired by BMX, his effortless arsenal of skill, style and influence transcends far beyond the mountain bike community.

Sven has a unique trick selection and is always searching for new spots. Every mission he accomplishes helps him to constantly progress and work on his Blading.

“I was just frozen stiff.” – Joel Parkinson on his first ever event at Tahiti. Now his 17th and final year, Joel has had plenty of Perfect 10’s out at Teahupo’o, made multiple finals, and had one close 2nd against his best mate, Mick Fanning. This is one of the most insightful and hilarious interviews you’re likely to see with two of surfing’s all time greats. Enjoy.

French freeride star Kilian Bron has a new video out, and it makes us feel like we’re the ones zipping down a gnarly mountain descent into a scenic river valley. Bron, with sponsor Red Bull, took to the stunning landscapes of Farwell Canyon in British Columbia, Canada, to showcase his crazy skills. Masters a fast terrifying descent and captures it all on GoPro.

“Heard a 2 stroke bangin off the rev limiter near our campsite in the pits. We walk over to see Pastrana carving out a lip to backflip. Insane. Then to top it off – later that night, TP, Ronnie Mac and Ryan Sipes were partying with everyone in the amateur pits. TP was slugging down beers and crowd surfing…absolutely insane haha!” – Austin Mulhern.

In Houston, scientists in the science support room watched on as Alex Donnachie guided his BSD ALVX over some seriously tricky terrain, from the BSD TRANSMISSION DVD…

Real Moto, the all-freestyle FMX video contest brought to you by the World of X Games, is on. The Fan Favorite vote is a one round, winner-takes-all battle to the finish. Watch the videos below and register your pick to win.

By shooting in 4 different continents with more than 50 of the world’s best wakeboarders, wakeskaters and the pioniers in the field, the world’s first wakeboard-and-wakeskate documentary ever will provide an insight to the unknown facets of this international, increasing sports. Snapshot will be available for 1 week on starting 27th of August 2018!

While the powerful swell steamrolled through Lagundri Bay, rearranging chunks of reef on the bottom in the process, Hawaii’s Tyler Newton was fearlessly rolling the dice on double-up after double-up. Watch how Newton fared at Nias during the monumental swell in his new edit after the jump.

The Bronson features a new lower-link mounted shock configuration opens up greater possibilities for maximum bump performance, a supportive mid-stroke, and a barely detectable bottom out. It’s like our most capable all-around bike just had a set of afterburners bolted on. Find out more here.

In this episode of “Nazaré Dispatch”, Marcelo Luna gives his first person testimony to the filmmakers about what happened and what is like to surf and get pounded in the world’s most feared wave: Nazaré. His friend Alessandro Marcianó, which was Marcelo’s team mate during that session also describes the sequence, giving the audience a rare insight of what happens during a Big Wave Session in Nazaré when things go wrong.

Noah Beschen was born and raised on the North Shore of Oahu. Son of the legendary Shane Beschen, Noah’s roots have been planted in Surfing. Watch him shred the world’s most user-friendly air section and land multiple technical tricks in his new short titled, “In Real Life.”

Tai Tuivasa is on the verge of signing a new contract with the UFC, but says he has received lucrative offers to ditch the Octagon for a ring and compete in boxing. With three wins in three fights so far, the 25-year old Western Sydney product is one of the hottest rising prospects in the UFC and is close to signing a new six-fight contract with the promotion. After first round knockout wins over Rashad Coulter and Cyril Asker, Tuivasa earned a hard-fought decision win over former champion Andrei Arlovski in Chicago in June. He believes a run at the title could be on the horizon.