Over the past five years, Mexico’s Puerto Escondido has provided the grounds for some of the gnarliest wipeouts the surf world has ever seen. Relive the action and get ready to cringe! Filmed by Jaciel Santiago. Edited by Alex Kilauano
A great white shark measuring nearly 9 feet was discovered dead on a beach Sunday in Aptos, Calif., and while the cause of death remains a mystery, the shark appears to have battled at least one sea lion recently before its demise. “The shark had numerous fresh puncture (…)
In North of Nightfall, Darren Berrecloth takes on some of the longest lines ever ridden on a mountain bike. At the top of the world on Axel Heiberg Island, there are mountain bike lines topping 2,500 vertical feet. Through Darren’s eyes in this all GoPro footage edit, see what (…)
Last year Innsbruck saw the closest and most exciting competition in slopestyle mountain biking to date. What will this year’s event bring?
Part cluster of tricky enduro races, part four-day party, if you only get yourself to one event on the 2018 Hard Enduro calendar, make it the Erzbergrodeo. The jewel in the crown of the weekend’s proceedings is the Erzbergrodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble (ERBHS), with (…)
Pete Maier set up a camera overlooking Lake Millstatt in Carinthia, Austria, and captured amazing footage of what he called a “Tsunami from Heaven.” It was a microburst that dumped a heavy amount of rain from a storm cell in a small area as it moved over the glacial lake in (…)