Inject a little adrenaline in your life by watching the scariest thing a human can do from the comfort of an electronic screen.

Mr. Brent Dorrington. In his newest film project, “The Apprentice’s Dream,” he envisions the reality of being a “third year apprentice plasterer” that can’t help but bugger out to Indo when the purple blog calls. Teaming up with Lachly McKinnon, the footage doesn’t disappoint.

Experience tight turns and high speeds through Twin Peaks in Salt Lake City with #GoProAward recipient Hartman Rector.

Tucked neatly into the countryside surrounding Byron Bay, Australia is Dave Rastovich’s home. Living simply and undisturbed, but not entirely off the grid, Rasta has managed to find the balance between living simply and living well. Between all-night rum-infused jam sessions in his teepee to homegrown veggies and perfect right-handers, Rasta’s home is the kind of place that inspires you to live better yourself.

Ready to step out from the daily grind? If you’re Fabio Wibmer, that’s as simple as popping in some ear buds and going on a highly improbable ride through the streets of Austria. OK, that’s with a lot of outtakes and editing, but the final product is nothing short of amazing.

Teaching is not about answering questions but about raising questions – opening doors for them in places that they could not imagine.

Garrett Shrader went for the first down and went flying.

Red Bull Hardline is notorious for being one of the most extreme downhill events in the calendar, and 2019 proved to be the best year yet. Attracting the world’s best downhill athletes to tackle Dan “Affy” Atherton’s legendary track, this weekend in the heart of Snowdonia, Wales, we witnessed riders going for speed, style and glory in this end-of-season bash.

There have been a lot of amazing tricks, and there have been some unbelievable tricks. But Yoshi Tanenbaum has, after two days of brutal slams, officially landed the gnarliest trick ever done at The Berrics. Without a doubt.

X Games Real Moto 2019, the all-video motocross competition brought to you by Nexcare, featuring brand-new parts from Ricky Carmichael, Darryn Durham, Kris Foster, Jarryd McNeil and Colby Raha,

Que’ Pasa Mexico follows select WM athletes as they embark on Baja, Mexico. The crew gets a first hand experience of the legendary Baja 1000 and welcome’s new team rider Chase Webb, as they navigate the Ensenada streets in search of new terrain. What they find is a common bond through a wild, dust fueled journey to the finish line. Featuring WM Athletes: Trophy Truck Drivers: Alan Ampudia, Aaron Ampudia (appearance by Rodrigo Ampudia, Sr.) Skateboarders: Aaron Homoki, Tommy Sandoval, Chase Webb MX Riders: Jimmy Hill, Colby Raha BMX Rider: Dylan Stark.

A little over a month ago, The Donkey kicked, and Koa Smith took a 50-hour solo mission from Hawaii to Namibia. Koa is a tube wrangler of the highest order.

Some say that the tune to an edit is what can make it great, well this selection and this edit together are a banger! Enjoy

Skatopia is 88 acres of woods and farmland turned skatepark in Meigs County, Ohio. Known for anarchy and destruction, the land consists of two indoor bowls, a full pipe, a concrete outdoor bowl and The Museum of Skateboarding History – which houses more than 12,000 vintage skateboards.

A savage Norwegian metal soundtrack is the perfect pairing for an absolute lunatic on urethane. Baekkel is out for blood. Get the hell out of his way.

Albee Layer was out of the water for several months this year, the result of a double-hip surgery that had been bothering the 28-year-old skate groupie for years. Nearly three months after doctors chiseled away his dual hip nodules, Albee was back in the water.

Could this be the perfect Red Bull Rampage training ground? Freeride legend, Andreu Lacondeguy has created the perfect freeride training compound at his backyard in Spain.

A constant stand out on the Goldy (where he now lives), Tane’s surfing has taken on characteristics of the biggest names around him, like Mick Fanning’s pump through a Kirra cave, Jack Freestone’s backside whip, and boards shaped by Mitch Crews’ bro, Alex (ACSOD).