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.
Skateboarders pride themselves on their ability to face down incredibly sketchy situations and take injuries without complaint, and nowhere is that attitude more evident than at the Dolores Hill Bomb, an annual event loosely "held" on Dolores Street in San Francisco's Mission District. RELATED: Kelia Moniz Gets Wrecked at Teahupo'o Egged on by a howling crowd, riders of non-motorized wheeled vehicles (and at least one Onewheel) sped down a steep section of the street, and sometimes taking
The area surrounding Powell River, BC is home to some of the finest granite big wall climbing in North America, and also home to some of the last stands of old-growth forest in the region. Local climbers have long benefited from easy access to remote zones thanks to logging roads and generous land use policies, but have struggled with the choice to look away as pristine valleys are stripped for timber. RELATED: Check out the trailer for TGR's Accomplice Arc'teryx's new documentary covers the
In yet another very worthy entry to Kayak Session Mag’s 2020 Carnage for All beater reel contest, Italian boater Luca Neri gets pinned under some downed tree branches while running the Germanasca river west of Torino. We don’t speak Italian here, but the point he was trying to make as he realizes his poor line choice was quite clear: “merda merda merda merda.” RELATED: Tom Van Steenbergen - Onward and Upward Luckily, with the help of his friends, Luca was able to get the tree branch unstuck