Even without the fancy camera work and beautiful editing, Danny MacAskill's trial biking is just as entertaining. The Scottish cyclist found himself in Düsseldorf for his Drop n Roll Tour. During the stop, he shredded every bench, fence, and table in the city and captured it all for this raw trick session.
A recent blizzard swept the U.S., dumping ice and snow up and down the east coast and freezing the Atlantic Ocean. While most wouldn't consider these ideal surfing conditions, two brave souls ventured out into the frigid Nantucket elements to get a rare chance to shred some slurpee waves.
Watching speed riders race down a mountainside is pretty intense but when it's done at night, there's something almost poetic about it. Valentin Delluc rigs up his wing with LED lights and glides down Bossons glacier in Chamonix, France turning the fast-paced sport into a serene joyride.
Come hell or high snow, Matt Hunter will bike the peaks of British Columbia. The professional mountain biker and his crew hitch a ride on a helicopter and barrel down the fresh Canadian powder on some Specialized Demo 8s.
Navagio Beach — or Shipwreck Beach — is known for being the final resting place of the Freightliner MV Panagiotis. It's a unique backdrop for videos, photo shoots, or Motocross free runs. Former MXGP World Champion Romain Febvre takes his Yamaha YZ450F to the Greek island of Zakynthos to shred the sands of the mysterious cove.
Retirement isn' the end — it's the beginning. Just ask Kobe Bryant's jerseys. They might be hanging from the rafters of the Staples Center, but they have big plans for the future. In honor of the ceremony, Nike brought back the LeBron and Kobe puppets from way back in 2009, with Kobe explaining his jerseys' plans for the future. Watch all three of the spots here.
Eating right doesn't mean you have to sacrifice all snacking. Chomps is a beef snack stick with no added sugar, gluten, dairy, hormones, or antibiotics. The 100% grass-fed beef they use offers 9 grams of protein and under 110 calories in every stick. Available in four flavors, it's a delicious beef jerky you can enjoy with zero guilt.
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When you slap on deodorant each day, you don't think much about how it affects your body. But since your skin absorbs around 60% of what you put on it, it might be worth considering. Oars + Alps uses aluminum-free, natural ingredients sourced from the arctic circle for all their products, including this deodorant. And unlike other natural deodorants, they are alcohol and glycol free. So you're free of potentially harmful toxins while smelling fresh and keeping dry.
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From afar, some might think skateboards have carried the same shape for decades but any good skater would strongly disagree. Starting in the 60s, Joe Pease takes you on a colorful — and at times bizarre — ride through the evolution of skateboard design. Part one covers everything from banana boards to the double-tail, while the follow-up brings you up to date with the modern deck.
BASE jumping in a wingsuit from a mountaintop or through a valley sounds almost too exciting — but for some people, too much is never enough. Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet are two of those people. The duo leaped from the top of Jungfrau mountain in Switzerland and hitched a ride on a plane, enter the side door in mid-air.
Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen is the youngest F1 driver in the sport. Although he may be a little green on the track, nothing would prepare him for the snow. Keeping the car on the mountain proved to be harder than imagined but after a botched attempt, the team straps on some snow chains and are ready to shred some powder.
In today's world, there's no reason to let gravity bring you down. Paraglider Jean-Baptiste Chandelier makes his living defying gravity, and has gone around the world to do it. Outside TV follows Chandelier from the French Alps to the coast of South Africa as he flys over some of the most beautiful places on Earth.
If you have a question about skateboarding, Tony Hawk is the guy to ask. Besides being a legendary skater, he's also a really nice guy and loves sharing his knowledge. Tony took questions from Twitter users about everything from how to ollie to the best starter board for someone with a midlife skateboarding crisis.
When you're a kid, family trips in the car could go from hours to what seemed like days. Riding with your head against the window, watching the scenery roll by, trying to ignore whatever your parents were listening to on the radio — the only outlet a kid had was to daydream. Ace skier Tom Wallisch makes car ride daydreaming a reality, cutting a line down a snowy street, over driveway snow mounds, and grinding over rails.
Over the weekend, the most insane mountain bike riders in the world were invited to Utah to take on the Red Bull Rampage. The course isn't for the faint of heart, with contestants barreling down a sandstone mountain. Although he didn't take home the grand prize, Antoine Bizet did walk away with the People's Choice award. The French freestyler captured this POV footage of his downhill run, which included an impressive double backflip.
If you haven't heard, Stranger Things season two is available on Netflix right now. If you're not pumped then you've either never seen it or you're lying. To celebrate the return of the show, BMXer Bruno Hoffmann breaks out the red fluorescence lights and shreds Berlin to his own synth beat.
With a simple Scandinavian design and rock-solid Ronda 515 Swiss quartz movement, the Richardt & Mejer Signature Watch is an elevated and reliable daily timepiece. Its chunky, brushed 316L stainless steel case measures just 38mm across but a sizable 47mm lug to lug, with just enough curve to soften the design. The dark sunray dial has four lumed steel markers, a date window at 4:23, and an arcing logo at 12:00. Water resistant to 50 meters, it ships with both black and brown calf leather straps and arrives in a custom wooden case.
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Blending classic design with modern tech and safety features, the Exto Smart Chip cord is equipped to quickly and safely charge any mobile device in addition to being an extension cord you actually want to show off. A chip inside the outlet provides maximum power to the USB ports, and when the connected device reaches full charge, the power is shut off to protect from potential over-charging, the most common cause of internal batteries losing their ability to hold a charge. The 12-foot cord is wrapped in braided cotton insulation and is rated to 13 amps, and the entire steel assembly is made in the USA. Available in Carrera Black or ACDC White.
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1987. The Philadelphia Eagles were on the field against their bitter divisional rivals the Dallas Cowboys. Eagles coach Buddy Ryan had drawn up a brutal play with the goal of demoralizing the Cowboys more than gaining yardage. Eagles quarterback Randal Cunningham was under center for the execution, and what an execution it was. This is the story.
Nothing says summer like waterslides. Nothing says adventure quite like BASE jumping. Now put the two together. Stuntman Marshall Milller and a few friends filmed their exploits in the Utah desert for some late-summer fun.
20 years ago, Bosnia was the last place you'd want to go snowboarding. During the 90s, the former country of Yugoslavia was in the midst of an ethnic war. But the war is over, and Bosnia still has great powder — and some interesting ruins to make use of.
This is definitely not the yo-yo-ing you did as a kid. Shu Takada is the 2017 World Yo-Yo Champion and shows his mastery of the form in his winning performance on the stage in Iceland. His hypnotic skills on full display as he seems to tie himself in knots, unwind, and even add in a little bit of dance in a highly technical masterpiece.
Pro-BMXer Nigel Sylvester travels a lot. From Tokyo to LA and points beyond, Nigel has been all over the world. Now he's making a stop in Dubai. Starting with a skydive into the desert, Nigel hitches a ride into the city and brings you a unique tour of the places and people from a BMX point of view.
On/Off films four skateboarders in Berlin, switching back and forth between day and night to the beat of a track by electronic musician Petit Fantôme. Part of the How Many BPM?, On/Off was filmed by Youri Fernandez, who also skates in the video.
When summer comes to the Isle of Man, so do the motorcycles. With riders screaming through corners just inches from centuries-old stone walls and topping 200 MPH down winding public roads, the Snaefell Mountain Course is a 37-mile long behemoth that eats men and motorcycles alike — over 255 deaths have come at the track since its start in 1907. In 1993, New Zealander John Britten brought his V1000 to the TT. Completely built by hand and extensively using exotic materials and innovative designs not seen in anything at the time, Britten challenged the biggest motorcycle manufacturers with something designed and built by a handful of friends. Now, the Britten has returned.
With 28 medals, Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time. Considering all but 5 are gold, it's hard to find a worthy opponent for the swimmer. But Phelps may have met his match when he went head-to-head with a Great White for a Shark Week special. Okay, so it wasn't an actual Great White. Instead, a simulated version created using data from the real thing faced off against Phelps in a 100-meter race, ensuring no animals or humans were harmed in the process.
In theory, it's a great idea — towing a massive plastic dock out into the waves to eliminate paddling out. In practice, it's extremely dangerous. Stab Magazine and a crew of Volcom surfers went to Bali to try it out, and despite the risk, everyone came out fine — and had a great time. Read more at Stab.
Hotel Terme Millepini in Italy has a very special attraction: the world's deepest pool. Y-40 measures 131 deep or 40 meters. Guillaume Néry is a former world-record holding freediver, having gone over 350 feet with out any equipment. Guillaume takes a leisurely dive to the bottom of Y-40 in this impressive display.
The mayhem that is Mayweather Vs. McGregor is in full effect with a worldwide press tour ending today in London. Before their face-off on August 26th, the two have faced off in a series of conferences and the verbal hits were predictably on fire. With two mouths like this, there's really only one thing to do — give them a bad lip reading.
One of the most important things to a bowler is something you can't even see — the pattern of oil that protects the wood of the lane. The PBA uses specific patterns for tournaments, and correctly assessing the pattern can be the difference between winning and losing. Vox and Parker Bohn III look at oil patterns and how even an amateur like you can improve your game by understanding them.
The table tennis ball is a marvel of modern engineering. Seamless, perfectly round, and extremely light, the ball is capable of incredible feats in the hands of pro players. The International Table Tennis Federation traveled to the Double Happiness company in China to find out how the create their table tennis balls — but the most important part of the process is a company secret.
With the worlds of UFC and Boxing colliding inside the ring, Mayweather Vs. McGregor is quickly becoming the fight of the century. Both competitors seem to match up pretty evenly as far as height and weight go, but who has the advantage? Before your place your bets let ESPN's Sport Science increase your odds with their methodical break down of both fighters.