Month / July 2010

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  • Just a bit

    Dh World Cup – Val di Sole Stage

  • Yt Makken frame building

    Makked flew to Taiwan to weld his own promodel: this is real DIY.

  • Absinthe NowHere teaser released

    Justin Hostinek and Patrick brainchild signed a new era in the snowboard filming since 1999, when Absinthe films birth was annouced.

  • My Daddy Taught Me To Surf

    Surfer Joseph Tomarchio has just released a children’s book called My Daddy Taught Me To Surf. This original book is illustrated by Shane Lasby and aims to teach children the basics of surfing. It covers everything from the terminology and parts of the board to catching that first wave. If you want your kid to…

  • Telekom Local Support Wakeboard Challenge

    38 teams with a total of 76 riders started at the Telekom Local Support Wakeboard Challenge at the Turncable in Thannhausen/Germany to show some excellent riding.

  • Krap Invaders

    Freestyle Festival from July 30rd to August 1st, Schio (VI) Italy. You can find Skate (with pro and amateur contest), contemporary Art, Parkour, Freerunnig and Music.

  • New Poweredge and We are skateboarders teaser

    Poweredge is literally the web reincarnation of the underground Us mag-zine that talked about skateboarding from ’88 to ’91

  • D-Pad Session Teaser

    The D-Pad Session. One of the most creative and progressive end of season sessions to go down. Featuring Gjermund Bräten, Mason Aguirre, Jake Blauvelt, Eero Ettala, Terje Haakonson, Kevin Backström, Ethan Morgan, Jamie Nicholls, Ståle Sandbech and more. [vimeo][/vimeo]

  • British Win at third stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

    British diver Gary Hunt won for the third time in a row as the stars of Cliff Diving brought the waterways of Kragerø to a standstill in an exciting climax to the third stop in the 2010 World Series.

  • Villnösser Tal

  • Gold Prix DH, round 7

  • Martin Soderstrom and Dane Searls won the Big in Bavaria Vol.II

    Mountain bike rider Martin Soderstrom from Sweden went “BIG” in Bavaria. The Australian Dane Searls dominated the BMX discipline of the international dirt jump competition.