Skating Through A Forest with Gustavo Ribeiro, Ryan Decenzo & Friends – WHEELS ON WOODS

Join Ryan Decenzo, Gustavo Ribeiro, Giovanni Vianna, Mauro Iglesias and Luiz Francisco on a sketchy skate session through the treacherous woods of Austria. The hectic mission captured represents the latest installment in our never-ending mission to skate the unskateable all around the world. Building banks, bars and roll-outs into an environment where nature dominates is far from being an exact science.

New Shred Series – ROCKETMEN

Rocketmen is an up and coming series, following riders Jesse Millen and Craig Gouweloos as they blast around western Canada with their friends. Riders include Jesse Millen, Craig Gouweloos, Derek Livingston & Jon Chew.

Watch the Vans Team shred Asia in their film “Shikumen”

Vans Asia rented a “Shikumen”, an old Shanghai lane house, for a month and invited the Vans team from all over the world to explore the city. Staying in week-long shifts, the team from the USA, France, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, and Japan cruised around with the Vans China team as they skated the city of marble, devouring xiaolongbaos and dodging scooters along the way.

Curtis Cantwell Giant Arch BMX Crash

“About halfway down I could see how fast the ground was getting closer and I got this horrible feeling. I don’t think I can accurately describe it, but I just knew that I was screwed. For that second riding down I 100% believed that I was about to die and I just regretted so much. Then everything was dark. I opened my eyes and I was in a hospital bed in a neck brace with Donnie sitting beside me. I turned to him and said “I guess I didn’t land it huh?” – @curtis_cantbmxwell. Photo by Kaleb Bolton.

Chris Joslin’s UNSTOPPABLE

Chris Joslin has taken a break from being the guy who just hucks down massive stuff, and never does any ledge tricks or lines. His new ‘UNSTOPPABLE’ part is all ledge tricks and lines, and he is just a jaw dropping to watch as ever!

DAM Those Cliff Jumpers

It’s not technically a cliff, but these cliff jumpers are willing to make an exception. This edit has all the ingredients for a fun internet video, and you’ll be stoked you hit play.

First ever full ski descent from K2

K2, in the Himalayas on the Pakistan-China border, is not as tall as Mount Everest, but it is far more dangerous. Many more people die attempting to summit K2 than they do on Everest. More than 4,000 people have climbed Everest, compared to the less than 350 who have reached the peak of K2.

 
 
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