In this installment of the Pursuit we explore what happens over the summer, we learn from our ever changing seasons and we continue to evolve as we roll into winter. Much like nature, we as humans are forever changing, and as we change we adapt and grow. That is the journey that we cannot predict, that is the Pursuit.
Every skier and snowboarder has a personal bucket list they would like to accomplish before their knees give out and they have to resort to something lesser, like golfing. Most common are having a 100-day season, visiting Japow, getting their alpine fix in at Chamonix, and doing a tour of British Columbia’s legendary Powder Highway. Enter To Win: All Friends on a Powder Day Sweepstakes The Powder Highway is famous for its huge amounts of fluffy white snowfall in down-to-earth towns with
GoPro is sustained by an odd psychological phenomenon: We watch their videos and can't help but imagine ourselves doing comparably-cool things. "Yeah, I might not be [pro athlete], but I [did a cool thing] at [location]. I should get a GoPro and make an edit for Instagram," think thousands of viewers. RELATED: Alex Honnold Joins Pattie Gonia on Instagram Only after dropping hundreds on the newest action-cam do we realize the sad truth: We're not nearly good enough at our respective sports to
Lately, we’ve been seeing quite the crop of wakesports video that involve zero boats. It’s kind of like urban skiing, where riders get towed into ridiculous features by nothing but a winch or bungee cord. Wake skater Brian Grubb’s latest video looks a little different though, since he’s nowhere near a city. Instead, he gets towed through a slot canyon somewhere in the Jordanian desert, narrowly avoiding rock walls and other features, laying down effortless style the whole way through.