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01 Sep 2011, written by Riz 0 Comments

FRAMED-Andi Wittmann Rider profile from Felix Urbauer on Vimeo.

Amazing mountain bike video. I love when videos find a way to make something so rough and aggressive come off as beautiful and peaceful on film. The song is Radical Face- Welcome Home.

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Danny Macaskill. Industrial Revolution

17 Aug 2011, written by Riz 0 Comments

some of these stunts seriously shouldnt even be possible

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A Skateboards View

02 Aug 2011, written by Riz 0 Comments

Skater Josh Maready managed to capture some pretty good footage with a camera mounted under his deck. He rolls though the streets of NYC, eventually making its way to the smoother surfaces of a skatepark, where it starts soaring.

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How Quickly They Forget

07 Jun 2011, written by Revelation 0 Comments

Ever since the real Scottie Pipper came out and said that Fat Pippen (Lebron James) is the greatest player of all time, a lot of people have been jumping on that band wagon, especially since it looks like it is the enevitable that he will finally win a ring with an all star team. Here is an amazing video reminding everyone of the real greatness, the real airness, MIKE JORDAN. P.S. Hey Lebron, I’m sorry Fat Pippen, fuck off you fat loser.

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Japan’s New Sport, Boutaoshi

20 May 2011, written by Revelation 0 Comments

The Japanese have apparently taken the game King of the Hill, substituted a wooden poll, and added copious, copious amounts of ultraviolence . I’m pretty sure the refs only exist to make sure that nobody wields their leather protective headgear as a weapon. But of course Japan is at the forefront of crazy wilf insane things to do, I want to play, I obviously would be the guy just balancing on the top of the pole while my friends got their asses kicked trying to protect me.

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Rip Curl Pro 2011

18 May 2011, written by Riz 0 Comments

The last day of competition from this year’s Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach competition, shot from the air with a Go Pro-equipped remote control quadrocopter.

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I Want That! Meyerhoffer 2 Surfboards

04 May 2011, written by Revelation 0 Comments

Thomas Meyerhoffer’s portfolio is something other product designers would kill to call their own — or certainly smash their 27-Cinema Displays in sacrifice. His first success came in 1994, when he designed the first pair of wrap-around-lens ski goggles, the Smith V3. In 1996, he led Apple’s eMate design team, which preceded the iMac. From 2002-2006, he created rear-entry snowboard bindings for Flow that allowed boarders to click in while standing up, and he developed the Chumby portable computer. Given this pedigree, it’s only natural that in 2008, he decided tackle surfing by starting a surfboard company. The Meyerhoffer 2 series is Meyerhoffer’s latest creation and is described as a “shortboard in a longboard”. Essentially, the design pushes the widest point of the board further to the rear, to provide responsive turning while maintaining an easy paddle and glide on smaller surf. Ranging from 8.1 to 9.6 ft. big guns, these minimally-styled wave riders have clearly made a splash in the surfing community, judging by the fact that the entire 2011 line is already sold-out. The good news is that more on are on the way for you Spicoli’s in the audience. So keep an eye glued to their site if you crave an oversized pantone-colored tongue depressor of your own.

You can buy them here as well as check out more photos

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Yosemite Rock Climbing Photos

02 May 2011, written by 0 Comments

Yosemite National Park’s main attractions Half Dome and El Capiton are solid granite rock mountains and a mecca for the rock climbing world.  Conquering the 3000+ ft faces of each is life achievement for those who love to climb rock.  Here are some photos courtesy of Natl Geographic and photographer Jimmy Chin and Lynsey Dyer


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Mark Monea Lands First Ever 360 Front Flip

15 Mar 2011, written by Revelation 0 Comments

Motorcycle rider Mark Monea has figured out how to pull off a crazy new maneuver on his bike – a full 360-degree front-flip. Do not try this at home – even if you have a foam pit at the end of the ramp

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Mike Tyson – Destroyer In Prime

11 Mar 2011, written by Revelation 0 Comments

This is by far one of the best Mike Tyson tributes I have ever seen, and I have seen a lot because I find Mike Tyson to be one of the most interesting sports figures of my time. Was he the best boxer of all time? Probably not, but he had the skills, speed, and power to stand toe to toe with the best of them for sure. Everyone knows his story. A poor kid from the streets, robbing and stealing to survive, when an old white guy by the name of Cus D’Amato took him under his wing. He exploded onto the boxing scene and was the youngest heavy weight champ ever. Here is an amazing tribute video to Tyson starting in 1985 rising through the rankings, and destroying everyone in his path. His speed and power displayed here is down right scary. They said his punch was the equivalent to putting a phone book to the side of your head and letting Mark McGuire hit you full speed with a swing of a bat. Also they said his bare fisted punch would have a 85% chance of giving someone brain damage, OOOOOOOOOOOOO K.

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