Inspired by a poem he wrote long ago, big mountain rider Jeremy Jones summons his greatest influences and dissects his lifelong passion for the simple and sacred feeling he calls, "the glide."
Maya Gabeira is a beast. Back in January, she was towed into a 68-foot Nazaré bomb and rode the avalanche of water like nobody's business. In honor of the feat, she was presented with a Guinness World Record for “Largest wave surfed (unlimited) – female." RELATED: Rodrigo Koxa Surfs 80-foot wave Mind you, that was an accomplishment she earned after nearly dying from a grueling wipe out in 2013. That monstrous wave not only snapped her tibia but almost drowned her. It was an
Even for the dream team of Sam Smoothy, Xavier DeLeRue, Nadine Wallner, and Fraser McDougall, New Zealand’s highest peak Aoraki Mt. Cook proved a formidable challenge. Smoothy grew up staring at the massive peak that rises over 12,000 feet straight off the flats, and slowly put together a plan for climbing and skiing the legendary East Face. When the weather continued to beat down (like it does in NZ), the likelihood of achieving their objective started looking less and less within the time
Throughout the summer, we’ve been teasing more and more news about what is shaping up to be an epic season on the Freeride World Tour. With wildcards like Tanner Hall and Victor De Le Rue as well as a solid list of returning veterans, next year’s premier ski and snowboard competition is set to be a real show. RELATED: The Top 5 Cliff Drops From the 2018 FWT With so many pieces in place, the final announcement was made this morning. Where will the riders be meeting this year? The list should