Vans | 50 Year Anniversary

It’s been a long time coming and well worth every second.  Congratulations to Vans on reaching a remarkable milestone, congratulations on being off the wall since 1966.  We’re hoping to wave the checkered flag again in the next 50 years.

Slip into Van HERE.

Red Bull Rampage | Best Bike Crashes

Let’s face it, we all love watching the world’s best mtb riders send it at Red Bull Rampage. Backflips over canyons, massive drops, and sketchy lines at insanely high speeds make for quite the show, especially while done on Mountain Bikes.

But, crashes are inevitable, and the consequences in Virgin, Utah are unforgivable to say the least; falling off cliffs, into canyons and casing 25m jumps…you know, the usual dangers of riding your bike on, and off, a totally raw mountain.

In anticipation of the 10th edition of Rampage, let’s take a look at this compilation of the gnarliest crashes over the years.

Bike on a Slackline! Kenny Belaey

Slackling with a bike has been done before.  With a quick search you’ll find that even unicyclists have done it, but no one has done it on such a grand scale as Kenny Belaey.

Riding above a gorge 367′ deep across a 60′ slackline is not easy, it’s insane, and I’m glad Kenny pushed through.

Need a new bike to potential slackline with?  Check them out HERE.

Red Bull Hardline | Gee Atherton POV

Last year’s Red Bull Hardline MTB track was one of the most demanding ever seen, pushing the sport of downhill mountain biking to the limit. Huge rock gardens, giant slab rolls, tight wood sections, technical natural features and the now infamous road gap created a track to push downhill racing to the next level.

This year, Dan Atherton set about raising the bar once again. Here we see Dan’s brother and former World Champion, Gee Atherton, testing the track for the first time, giving us a glimpse of what the riders will experience this weekend.

Getting into down hill Mountain Biking is easy.  Start HERE.



50 Years of Going Beyond – Trailer

For the last five decades, Whistler Blackcomb has left its mark on those who are drawn to the mountains. What started as a single Olympic dream in 1966 has evolved into the largest ski resort in North America, with a slew of accomplishments to back it up. From the resort’s adventure-seeking founders to its freestyle heydays-and breaking Guinness World Records along the way-snowsport industry legends recount the contributions that Whistler Blackcomb has made to skiing and snowboarding and the significance of its golden anniversary. But while 50 Years of Going Beyond solidifies the resort’s legacy in the past, there is no denying that the last 50 years is just the beginning.

Whistler Blackcomb: 50 Years of Going Beyond – 1965.66 – 2015.16
Presented by: Whistler Blackcomb and TELUS
Produced by: Switchback Entertainment, Whistler Blackcomb, and Origin Design & Communications