BMX and motocross go hand in hand, especially at select Monster Energy Supercross events where the Party In the Pits thanks to the Toyota BMX Triple Challenge. Some of the best riders in the world came to Anaheim to throw down their two best tricks on a couple of giant dirt jumps. At the end of the day, Monster’s own Pat Casey and Andy Buckworth took home first and second place… Congrats!

Sean Mawson, also known as Sea Mullet, is a friendly young man from the south coast of New South Wales. He likes long chats on the phone and popping by for cups of tea, works long and hard and lives a humble existence in a beautiful, wave-rich part of the world. He’s also the most naturally-gifted surfer we’ve come across. Check Him Out after the jump

Professional golfer, Jerry Kelly, was competing in the final round of the PGA Tour Champions‘ Mitsubishi Electric Championship when he inadvertently used a bunch of rocks to bounce the ball onto the green during his second shot on the 7th hole at Hawaii‘s Hualalai Golf Club. The best part is Kelly didn’t even expect it to happen, because he curses the shot shortly after he takes it, but like the winning shot from comedy movie, Happy Gilmore, it just hits all the right places, setting up the third shot brilliantly, which old mate sunk for an eagle (finishing a hole 2 shots under par).

Last month O’Neill’s weekly dispatches from the North Shore brought quick-hitting action while the circus was in town, er, country. Now that the scaffoldings been disassembled and the Big Show dust has settled, O’Neill’s dropped a redux of “#HawaiiLive’s” greatest hits and unseen footage.

A high-energy mixtape from the Monster Energy Snowboard Team featuring clips from “Kamikazu” and “The Future of Yesterday”.

Casper Bowl sits 3300″ above Teton Village and the terrain below is a playground for athletes like Blake Paul. Watch as he takes one run from the top of Casper Bowl to the base while showcasing the limitless possibilities at Jackson Hole.

Did Mike fucking Tyson just bring up DMT to Joe Rogan? ….. Between this and Kanye, Joe’s gonna become so huge in 2019 Taken from Joe Rogan Experience #1227 w/Mike Tyson:
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2018 was a really huge year of waves, wipeouts and stories to tell. Congrats to all the surfers and filmers for capturing such epic moments.

What happens when you turn the Volcom team loose with a rental van in New Zealand? For starters they inevitably get the rental stuck, Noa Deane fist pumps before boosting an air (not sure if that was a pre-stomp claim or personal amp-up ritual), Ryan Burch shapes a dog that barks and, of course, the crew manages to score New Zealand’s legendary lefthanders amongst the madness. Hit play to watch Deane, Burch, Ozzie Wright, Mitch Coleborn and Luke Cederman’s road rager, “This is What You Get.”

The Surf Ranch isn’t just an ideal tubular canvas for surfing’s elite. It also acts as the perfect playground for Kelly’s superstar, yet non-aquatic friends to try their hand at getting in the green room.

Short, sweet, and straight to the point. Point being, Geoff Brown can ride pow, toss spins, and float through pillows in the easiest of styles. Check out his full part from Out of Service’s new movie Made for TV.

“Heitor” is the first full-length adidas Skateboarding video part by Heitor Da Silva. Traveling to multiple continents with stops in Barcelona, Taipei, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Buenos Aires, this edit showcases the power and spontaneity of Heitor rounded out with his unique style and finesse.

As winter lightens into summer, the springtime days at Ruka just get longer and longer. Away from the end-of-season crowds at other parks around the world, Antti Ollila welcomes Alex Hall and Markus Fohr to his stomping ground and together, the crew see the season out in style, keeping the session alive and the bangers rolling well into the final rays of Finland’s long spring days.

It’s not easy skating big things with style. Mathias Torres makes it look just fine. Watch his part from the Suichi High Five video before it drops later this month.

Early season laps at Copper mountain in Colorado. Torstein Horgmo and Brady Lem shred the rad.

Follow human flight professional Jeb Corliss as he sends it big time through the Death Star run in Italy. Follow-cam flight captured James Boole.

Before the Pipe Masters Filipe spent a solid portion of time clocking up his wave count in tubes, walls, and oversized lumps all around the North Shore. This Hawaiian edit might leave a little desired in terms of proper Pipe tubes, but it makes up for it with the rest of Filipe’s diverse repertoire.

Werni Stock’s 2018 full part, as seen in Torstein Horgmo’s signature project, Untitled.