People are calling it a backside 540, although if it were on a snowboard, it would be a 720. But who cares. He spun around a whole bunch. About a month ago, Albee Layer become the first ever to land the 540 on a surfboard, after more than a year of turmoil trying to get the trick!


The world’s #1 action sports camera company looks like they’re about to knock the competition out of the ballpark with this awesome new motor sport series ‘Driven’. Check out the trailer now!


Element has aligned with the dark forces of Blood Wizard and their video offering has just been sacrificed to the Skate Gods. Watch it now!


Follow snowboarder Ralph Backstrom and skiers Hadley Hammer and Sam Anthamatten in their new film by Sherpas Cinema, Tsirku, as they set out to tackle the fabled corrugated spine lines of the Tsirku Glacier.


History was made last weekend. Not only did Ultimate Fighting Championship hold the first-ever mixed martial arts event inside New York’s Madison Square Garden, it also crowned Conor McGregor lightweight champion, which makes “Notorious” the first UFC fighter to simultaneously hold titles in two separate weight classes. Madness.


Russia is a cool place for snowboarding, it’s consistently cold so the snow sticks around, and it’s an ominous place, so when filming, you come out with this cool, dark, even spooky look to it. Check out the Russian adidas snowboarding crew as they slide and grind through the streets of St. Petersburg.


Toni Bou makes trial riding look all too easy. He is so good at balancing he barely even needs a front wheel!


Jarrod White spends most of the year living on Tavarua Island Fiji as a boat boy, pretty much surfs cloud break every single day and lives the dream. Jackson O’Brien has put together a bunch of clips his been collecting over the past year and this is Cloudbreak!


There’s nobody like Jerry. He puts in the work, he pays the piper, but the end result is always so damn sweet. His video parts are a gift to the skateboarding world and these B-Sides give you an idea of what he goes through to make them.


If you’re a loyal Shock Mansion visitor, you’ve most likely heard the name Ryan Walters before. An American beast behind the lens, his name reaches far and wide throughout the action sports industry. And when you pump out content like this, are you even surprised? Strap in for a high octane, fast paced ride through some of Ryan’s epic high definition projects. Follow him on Instagram @ryanwaltersfilms now!


So majestic, like a fighter jet turning on its afterburners. Fire extinguisher turbo installed on a bike is the best idea ever.


In a somewhat controversial unanimous decision in the main event of Cage Warriors: Unplugged, 21-year-old sensation Paddy Pimblett successfully kept his featherweight belt against Julian Erosa at tonight’s headlining affair. Following the end of his first title defence, an exhausted Pimblett (13-1) said he needed to fix his diet, stop being such a fatty – alluding to the tough weight cut – and threw up blood onto the canvas.


“After the @wsl #PeahiChallenge finished up yesterday I decided to go back out at Peahi for one last session. The contrast between paddling and towing are so different but so epic in their own ways. I enjoy both equally!” – Kai Lenny. Video by the talented: @johnnydpbp@poorboyzproductions.


Eddie Alvarez had no answer to his opponent’s strike power. McGregor managed three takedowns in the first round before flooring the defending lightweight champion in the second with a devastating left hook to secure the win. Unbelievable. Santa Clause is real. Mcgregor’s performance was deadly yet graceful. Eddie never had a chance. McGregor completely nullified him. His most impressive win yet!


Tucked in the hills of Virgin, Utah stands the mecca of freeride mountainbike events, Red Bull Rampage. Riders spend 8 daunting days building an entire run down a brand new venue, with only the rider and 2 builders for a team to make it all happen. Watch as these athletes take on the beast and compete for the coveted prize of first place.


There’s no need to travel all over the world to build a good video part. Buesnitz just proved you can film something awesome in just the one magnificent city!


The rules for each video are simple: 100 seconds in length, no slow motion footage, and no music. By having to work within these limitations, filmmakers have to get creative and think outside the box. In this Raw 100 video, filmmaker Rupert Walker comes through with a deceptively simple yet powerful video of Brandon Semenuk. This will make you want to hit the trails.


When most people look at the swiss alps, they think about skiing, hiking and mountaineering, generally activities that involve being fastened to the earth in one way or another. Jamie Lee sees these majestic mountains as a playground and an opportunity to progress the sport of speedflying to places it has yet to go.