Under An Arctic Sky: Surfing below the Aurora Borealis

Under An Arctic Sky: Surfing below the Aurora Borealis

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Under An Arctic Sky: Surfing below the Aurora Borealis

With forecasters calling for a storm of historic proportions, and whiteout conditions in an unforgiving surfing landscape, would you quickly tuck and run? Buy a ticket back home? Or would you forge ahead? Under An Arctic Sky tells the story of a dedicated group, including Justin Quintal, Timmy Reyes, Sam Hammer and Photographer Chris Burkard, who weathered Iceland’s frigid shores for a chance to surf below the natural phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis.

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The skate tour formula hasn’t changed much in the last 30+ years: Get the team in a van and hit the road. So that’s exactly what we did. We’re not trying to reinvent the wheel here, just trying to enjoy our time spent on four wheels. Alex Olson, Blake (…)

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Nikita Ducarroz has been one busy woman. She has been traveling the world to compete in numerous BMX events. This would make anyone exhausted so what did Nikita do when she got back home in San Diego? She kept on riding her Mongoose and made this video on her home soil.

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See Tim Durtschi’s full Far Out Ones athlete feature at bit.ly/TimDurtschi. REI present Far Out, the new ski and snowboard film by Teton Gravity Research. Tim Durtschi is probably best known for bringing big tricks to the backcountry. But for him, skiing is a (…)

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You usually don’t need much convincing to surf pumping Uluwatu. But, in case you did, check out the Quiksilver Uluwatu Challenge – which got people very barreled for a very good cause.

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