Travis Rice was the first to ride this infamous crack line located in the Tordrillo Mountains. Rice completed the task while filming for his film The Fourth Phase. This other chute is not a tight, but still a really rad aesthetic-looking line. Rice brings his signature flow and style, working his way down this mountain masterpiece.
The Changabaishan Volcano is located partly in the Ryanggang Province, North Korea, and partly in the Jilin Province, Northeastern China. The mountain and this area are heavily disputed between China and North and South Korea. It's also known as the "Ever White Mountain" and the "Holy Mountain of the Evolution", with legend having it was formed under a double rainbow. Xavier De Le Rue and company attempt to ride the volcano is this new episode of the DIY Tour. De Le Rue evades guards who
Eiki Helgason has a knack for landing absurd tricks. On this week of #Braindomness he stomps an ollie north backflip. The skill and pure guts needed to attempt this is awesome and the vibe reminds me of old skate edits where the mashed attempts are celebrated, not left on the editing room floor. Stoked to see what Eiki does next!
It's with great sadness that we report on the passing of Noah Salasnek, former professional snowboarder who helped pioneer the early days of the sport. Like most early boarders Noah came from the skate world, turning pro and skating for the famous San Diego brand H-Street before the mountains called his name. Noah headed to Tahoe, buying a house and devoting himself completely to the lifestyle. After one of the founders of H-street died, Noah hooked up with Sims snowboarding. His first board