The volcanic island paradise of Tahiti has a small but dedicated skate scene, due in no small part to the much larger and more famous surf scene centered around the legendary wave break of Teahupo’o nearby. Although the island’s volcanic ground makes for bountiful nature, it is also very porous, which means it, and any surface made from it, will eat you alive when you slam. Ryan Spencer, Jordan Taylor, Adrien Coillard, Jarne Verbruggen, and Philipp Schuster rolled the dice to see what they could come back with on the shred front, while trying not to shred themselves.
As a first-time mother, Soutine risked crossing the raging Ewaso Nyiro river in Northern Kenya with her 3-week-old calf, not wanting to be separated from her family that was on the other side. But as can happen when the river is running high, the baby elephant was swept (…)
Give creative master Nico Vuignier a fistful of 100W LEDs, a pair of skis and a cloudless night; this is what you’ll end up with. Along with friends Markus Eder, Florian Bruchez, Jeremie Heitz & Alex Neurohr, the collective spent countless nights perfecting the art (…)
In today’s episode, we catch up to speed with the risks of foot and knee injuries. The abuse DH mountain bikers’ bodies take in the course of a year is enough to make anyone question their sanity. Their feet and knees, especially, take a beating, but training and (…)
Shot at dawn when there’s a blanket of mist hovering above Thomas’ jumps, this will be an atmospheric, alternative approach to shooting action clips.
In his latest edit for Haro BMX, Ryan Nyquist brings his signature style and bottomless bag of tricks to ramps, jumps, boxes and bowls throughout California to session everything in sight! Sit back, relax, hit play, and enjoy! Filmed and Edited by: Christian Rigal
You’ve seen the insane ad. Now listen to Nyjah talk through how it all went down.
Mako shark jumps on a boat and gets stuck in guard rail. Photo is a screen grab. Fishing stories aren’t always about the ones that got away or the catches of a lifetime. Sometimes they’re about unexpected encounters. We’ve come across fishing tales in recent (…)