Johnny Knoxville is producing an Evel Knievel biopic and the trailer looks insane

Though widely known for his ridiculous stunts and juvenile pranks, Johnny Knoxville has made the majority of his millions as a producer of some pretty acclaimed films over the last half decade or so, and Being Evel looks like it could be his best yet. An inside look at America's foremost stuntman, Evel Knievel—who modern spectacle masters like Red Bull and Nitro Circus borrow from with reverent abandon—this one, following a Sundance appearance earlier this year, is set for a theatrical release next month, so make sure to check it out.

Scotty Cranmer brings his love of BMX to show and tell in new Fox edit

Let's cut straight to the chase: If you want to hear NJ BMX legend-to-be Scotty Cranmer discuss the origins of his BMX career, then tune in for the first 2 and a half minutes of this one. If you just want to see hime shred his face off, however, then skip right to the 3-minute mark, where the hammers start flying fast and loose. Whatever you choose, however, make sure to tune in for that ender, which is unsurprisingly insane.

This epic week-long hiking trip in New Zealand has us craving mountain air

We already brought you a healthy dose of New Zealand rad this week, but in case you missed it or simply itching for more, check out The Land of the Long White Cloud, which chronicles a week-long hiking trip deep into the Aspiring National Park. Needless to say, this one will make you want to get out and have an adventure this holiday weekend.

NKA Project: Learn how to film skateboarding like a pro

Learn how to film like the pros with NKA's Nigel Alexander. In the following weeks Nigel will break down how to film skateboarding step by step with the best tips and tricks of the trade. Subscribe for weekly videos covering how to set up your camera, shoot lines, fish eye lens, long lens, B-Roll, time lapses, GoPro filming tips, and maybe even some camera phone shooting techniques.

5 backpacks for all your summer travels

Backpacks are one of the major necessities for all types of travels in life. There's minimal ones and there's ones built for serious excursions.

So in our continuing Summer Camp series, we break down a perfect backpack for every type of travel you could (and should) be doing this summer. So get out there and explore.

Watch this mini-doc about restoring America’s greatest Salmon fishing river

Fishing is one of our country's greatest pastimes and nothing embodies that fact like an epic Salmon run in the wilds of the American west. Unfortunately, such havens are flowing rapidly toward extinction, as Patagonia and their new documentary, Free the Snake—which chronicles the efforts of a dedicated group of conservationists to return the Snake River its once-great glory—make abundantly clear. Check it out and then get out there and help preserve your local waters from suffering a similar fate.

Road bike freestyle is apparently a thing, and it's way gnarlier than it sounds

What happens when you give Italian trials star Vittorio Brumotti a high-tech road bike and turn him loose? Two-wheeled insanity that's what. Whether riding in Italian marble quarries, Redwood Forests, or along the spine of a giant 747, Brumotti stakes a serious claim to "bike edit of the year" honors with this one, so make sure to check it out.

Dad builds attachment to his skateboard to bring his toddler along

h/t 33 Mag

Jett may only be 1-and-a-half, but he's already hitting hills pretty hard on a longboard. Granted, he does benefit from having a dad who is the head of R&D at Braden Boards...

Jared built this attachment to a board so he can bring Jett along with him, and Jett's been riding with his dad since he was only 6 months old. Wonder how good Jett will be by the old age of 5...

Get your summer shred fix with this epic Peruvian sand ski edit

Peru definitely has some sick backcountry to call its own, but make no mistake: Its sand dunes are where all the summer fun lies. As far as sand sand skiing footage is concerned, this is some of the sickest yet (front flips anyone?), so make sure to give it a look.

Garage Tours: All access at Chad Reed’s TwoTwo Motorsports

Chris Forsberg heads out to TwoTwo Motorsports on the new episode of Garage Tours. The official team of multiple time AMA/World Supercross champion Chad Reed, the team headquarters is in Temecula, California where his crew of skilled technicians service the Kawasaki 450 team bikes to prepare for the grueling Supercross and Outdoor Nationals seasons.

Team Manager Dave Osterman tours Forsberg and special guest (and Supercross super fan) Ryan Tuerck through the facility before it closed its doors recently—we get a look at the machine shop, the engine shop, the suspension room, and the dyno room and hear from each of the specialists responsible for getting these bikes ready for the starting line and another winning Supercross season.

Check out the official TwoTwo Motorsports.

Connect with Valvoline on Facebook.