Joe Sexton -The Last Ones – VideoGrass

Check out Minnesota’s native Joe Sexton’s opening part from THE LAST ONES, and then go get a copy on DVD or get digital on iTunesThe Last Ones represents anyone who puts their hearts and souls into an annual project and strives to keep this key part of our culture alive. DONT GIVE IN! MAKE IT SPECIAL!

Rider: Bryan Fox, Chris Bradshaw, Danimals, Danny Larsen, Darrell Mathes, Gus Engle, Jake Kuzyk, Jake Olson Elm, Joe Sexton, Jonas Michilot, Jordan Mendenhall, Justin Fronius, Keegan Valaika, Nick Dirks, Scott Stevesn, Zac Marben

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Breckenridge 1986

Forget about the prophecies of Nostradamus, the late Tom Sims hits the nail on the head talking about snowboarding with “It’ll become the main stream winter sport for teenagers and guys in their 20′s..”

 

Skateboard Loop

Tony Hawk’s Loop of Death

Tony Hawk brushed the dust off of the ole’ Loop of Death and let some young guns give it a shot.  Sure there was a couple of legends ripping through too, but it looks like old age might be slowing them down a little.

Independent Trucks’ very own Arron “Jaws” Homoki and Josh Stafford thankfully escaped death and rode it out.

Airblaster: Gone Wild – Montana Part 1

Hitting hips is pretty fun to do and it looks like the Airblaster boys enjoyed ripping through Montana’s Lost Trail Resort. More to come.

Most Relaxing Song Ever Created – According To Scientists

“This eight minute song is a beautiful combination of arranged harmonies, rhythms and bass lines and thus helps to slow the heart rate, reduce blood pressure and lower levels of the stress. The song comprises of a sustaining rhythm that starts at 60 beats per minute and gradually slows to around 50. Thus, while listening to the song, your heartbeat automatically comes to match that beat.” – Apoorv Nagpal

The Most Relaxing Song Ever Created


relaxingIf you are feeling a little anxious about the upcoming season sit back, relax, and enjoy the tune. Just be careful if you are working as it might put you to sleep at you desk warranting you a possible early season shred vacation time. This song actually did come with a warning saying it can cause drowsiness and sleepiness…It said nothing about heavy machinery though! So if you want to go make a black bear chainsaw sculpture from a rich trunk of Oak, please feel free to do so while in the relaxing privacy of your own garage, pole barn or fort.

To learn more about this song check out Unbelievable-Facts.com;

 

Until now it was widely believed that this was the most relaxing song in the world…