The 600 horsepower supercars of Red Bull Global Rallycross headed to Indianapolis for the first time in the series history. Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross’ Scott Speed had a perfect weekend, winning the pole, all three of his heats, and his semifinal coming into the main. Team mate Foust, meanwhile, overcame a rocky start to the weekend to earn the second spot on the final grid by winning the other semifinal. Both managed to avoid trouble on a smoky first lap that saw multiple drivers go wheel-to-wheel and get sideways on the oval. From there, they settled in first and second, with pressure from Steve Arpin not enough to knock Foust from second place.
As the season continues to head east, Blake Baggett finds himself closer to the top of the championship standings after three consecutive third place podiums. Living and training in Florida, Baggett is ready and excited for the gates to drop Saturday night (…)
The Canadian Freestyle Ski ace is quickly mounting himself as one of the elite ski athletes in the game. Boasting an impressive rail game and an arsenal of aerial manoeuvres, the slopestyle master is representing Team O’Neill on the highest stage in freestyle (…)
For Leonardo Fioravanti, home means Italy. A land of impossible beauty, where craggy mountains sink into the dreamy Mediterranean, creating a surreal picture that’ll paint itself inside your mind for good. It’s one of the best places on the globe — the only thing (…)
Ladies and gents, we give you Spencer Brown. Fusing America’s coastal aesthetics on the rough streets of Baltimore: this is Spencer Brown on taking his shot and what we can learn from the Berlin skate scene.
Costa Mesa, CALIF. (February 21, 2018) – Vans Park Series, the official park terrain skateboarding World Championships Tour, proudly announces the 2018 VPS Pro Tour schedule to mark another groundbreaking milestone in elite competitive skateboarding. In 2016, (…)
It’s winter. The Pacific Northwest is cold and rainy. You want to ride bikes, and think that Utah might be the perfect destination. Winner, winner, chicken dinner. Head to the desert with Kyle Jameson and Stan Jorgensen for some dry trail and all time adventure.
Saying goodbye to Mauritius was no easy thing for anyone in this crew. Between the amazing beaches, friendly people, incredible scenery and a surprising abundance of spots, none of the crew wanted to leave. The next stop was Réunion Island, located only about an hour’s (…)
On a few choice days this winter, a gang of Red Bull’s surfers put on a clinic amid pumping conditions all across the Seven Mile Miracle. Watch Jacob Vanderwork, Leo Fioravanti, Mick Fanning, Michel Bourez, Kolohe Andino and Jordy Smith dominate the North Shore (…)