Having a stop motion film conceptualized for years kayakers Josh Neilson, Tyler Fox, Anton Immler, and the rest of their crew took a lazy (hungover) Friday to put the idea into motion. Butt Crack Creek in Voss, Norway set the stage for this great edit.
Stop Motion – Josh Neilson, Tyler Fox Film – Josh Neilson, Tyler Fox, Anton Immler, Evan Garcia, Fred Norquist, Team Pyranha Kayakers – Josh Neilson, Tyler Fox, Anton Immler Edit – Josh Neilson Kids – Falk and Ura
You need a kayak – check out what we have in stock HERE.
#SODERZAC returns to A-Basin to close out the season 2 series. The features may have not been the biggest or craziest but it was nice, almost relaxing, being able to hit some mellow features. A-Basin received plenty of late season snow to produce coverage in May that made it feel more like February. As we get closer to June it is fair to point out that A-Basin has decided to stay open for a few extra weekends past their assumed closing date. So for those of you who thought the shred was over, we are in fact just getting to one of the most enjoyable parts of the season here in Colorado. Thanks for all the support this season for #SODERZAC!
Riders: Zach Soderholm, Sam Buckmelter
Music: The Doors – Peace Frog
Video/Edit: Ben West
The view of Mount Bromo outside of Jarkarta in East Java Indonesia must look incredible from the view that the Red Bull Skydive Team saw on their wingsuit flight over the active volcano. Mount Bromo stretches 7,200′ in elevation and last erupted in January 2011. Jumping from the helicopter hovering at 13,000′ was Dominic Roithmair, Georg Lettner, and Marco Furst.
Although we don’t have any wingsuits in stock, we have plenty of sails for your windsurfing needs. Check them all out HERE.
Dustin “Devil’s Spawn/Hell Spawn/The Man from Hell” Dollin pushes through more slams and on to more makes in his Vans Propeller RAW FILES clips than most skaters do in their lives. These clips show and prove that Dustin is more than capable of shutting a spot down.
Canadian Catalin Alexandru Duru just set the Guinness World Record for the furthest flight on a hoverboard. Catalin traveled 905 feet on Lake Ouareau in Quebec, Canada on the board that he designed. Similar to the movie Back to the Future II, this propeller hoverboard is controlled by the users feet.
Ronix made a wakeskate called the Hoverboard…check it out HERE.