High-speed hijinks, classic spots, and going bigger than most should plant Pedro Delfino firmly on this year’s list of SOTY contenders. He definitely came through with one of the gnarlier parts of 2020 with his latest effort for Spitfire. Hold on to your seat as you watch this one.

No tour, no travel, no worries. #TheSearch is what you make it and Morgan Cibilic made it his mission to bring together the Rip Curl A-Team and explore the east coast of Australia over 10 days this past July.

Fuck doing or trying airs after seeing this clip all you’ll wanna do is do man turns and wish you had sexy tree trunks like Robbie Rickard.

Thaynan Costa, Josef Skott, Adilson Pedro, and GoPro Athlete Madars Apse turn an empty supermarket into their own personal skate park. Live out every skater’s fantasy with clips from Chris Ray, Dani Galli, GoPro HERO8 Black, + GoPro MAX.

This is the crews first trip of the year and it was a banger. Watch some epic jumps and some fails as they test their skills and punish their feet.

As summer slowly draws to a close, the official run-up to 2020’s SOTY announcement will begin shortly. This has been a strange year for obvious reasons. And there’s no telling how this may or may not impact the typical fourth-quarter blitz of video parts that we’ve become accustomed to. But if the show goes on per usual, Evan Smith’s “Modern Frequency” for DC Shoes when juxtaposed with his Grimple Stix part from April make him an obvious contender for this year’s top honor.

Big bikes, small bikes, hardtail or full suspension… Brandon Semenuk holds a style Ph.D. on all of them. Cascade takes us deep into the forests of British Columbia where the Canadian slopestyle star has been ripping on his trail bike lately.

A decade ago, director Ryan Gibb released Life Cycles, a masterpiece of a mountain biking film. A sequel never materialized, and he spent the next few years working on commercial projects. Then, in late 2018 Gibb made a return to the MTB world, traveling to New Mexico’s Philmont Scout Ranch for an ambitious shoot featuring Nico Vink. Watch Vink shred through embers and ash in the short film From the Ash, directed by Gibb and produced by Teton Gravity Research.

Experience a sightseeing tour like never before: Wakeboarding in the best city to visit in 2020: Salzburg, Austria!

27-year-old Dan Pelletier may have suffered spine damage when he was born, which led to paralysis in his legs. But that hasn’t stopped him from adapting and achieving goals on his skateboard every year. As a teenager, the North Carolinian had mastered the art of skating with crutches—and even got sponsored—but health complications stripped him of his ability to stand and skate. Find out what drives Pelletier to keep pushing himself in ‘I Keep Livin’ It,’ a short film by Mike Steinkamp.

here’s a look at how Leo was surfing throughout the peak of the drama last season in Hawaii. Tubes, turns, airs — you’d be pressed to find a chink in his armor. After winning what will be regarded as the largest professional surf event of 2020 in the form of the Sydney Surf Pro (QS 10000), Leo spent an extended amount of time confined in Australia and is as fit as he’s ever been, surfing his best.

Teenage phenom Isamu Yamamoto has unbelievable skateboarding skills.

A big South swell hits The Wedge on the morning of July 5th with surfers, bodyboarders and bodysurfers scoring some insane rides! All footage filmed in the morning. Riders include Blair Conklin, Jamie O’brien, Kalani Lattanzi, Tanner McDaniel, Tyler Thornsley, Max Beach, Brad Domke and more!

Now older and more mature, Mick has realised that punching sharks isn’t representative of the man he wants to be. In fact, the 3x Champ has done a complete 180 on the topic, attempting to befriend the ocean’s once-apex predator rather than bash their stinking teeth in.

Chris Loughler headlines a mental session with the likes of Samson Coulter, Joe Keogh, Brock Maunder, Sam Jones, Matt Dunsmore and more on a crazy day of waves in Sydney. @spencerfrostfilms loaded up on the longest of long lenses for this edit.

Go behind the scenes of YOU GOOD? with previously unreleased footage of attempts, slams, makes and throwaway clips from Ryan Sheckler’s part.

For most riders, the road to the top of freestyle motocross is paved with hard work, practice and dedication. But Axell Hodges took a different path. With natural talent, an eye for progression and fun as his main motivation, Axell Hodges is proving that freestyle motocross can be whatever you want it to be.

Alex Hiam can do no wrong. Here’s his section from Colony’s latest full-length video, Take A Ticket.