NKA Project: Hanging out with pro skater Keelan Dadd

It's always good learning something new about your favorite skater. So in this new episode of NKA Project we get an insightful interview Keelan Dadd. Dadd tells us about his new shop, his favorite movie from the 80s (Coming To America), and the story behind the last time he cracked his tooth and busted his lip wide open.

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Sorry Ken Block, but BJ Baldwin just made Gymkhana look like child's play

With this video, Recoil 2, BJ Baldwin just solidified himself as the champion of hoonage. All of Ken Block's Gymkhanas don't even come close to seeing a trophy truck ripping through the streets of Ensenada, Mexico, doing 360s inside a tunnel, and going completely offroad and back on road. And yes, Ken Block has done the Boobkhana, but Baldwin launches over a bunch of girls in bikinis and lands on the beach. Then he proceeds to tear it up in the sand and the ocean. So much sand thrownt. The defending two-time Baja 1000 champ followed up Recoil 1 in the best way possible.

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Ryan Tuerck's 6 ultimate dream vehicles

We all got dreams. We all got hopes. We all got wishes. What do Formula Drift drivers dream of? Cars, vehicles, hooning mobiles.

As part of our Tuerck Takeover on NetworkA.com we asked Ryan Tuerck to list his 6 ultimate dream vehicles. Vehicles that if he had an endless supply of money he would be able to have. So check them out below and get inside the mind of Tuerck.

Check out 10 questions with Ryan Tuerck and the trailer for season 3 of* Tuerck'd, *which premieres here on NetworkA.com on September 23. And don't forget to get caught up on past seasons of* Tuerck'd *here.

Dave England makes a skateboard out of a "No Skateboarding" sign, then skates it

Remember Dave England? If not, here's a refresher from his Jackass days. If you do remember Dave, you'll know that Steve-O wasn't the only Jackass member who could skate.

Dave has always been one to do unconventional things. So he took some notes from Leland Kuykendall (who did a backside disaster with a street sign) and made a skateboard from those annoying "No Skateboarding" signs. And he doesn't skate it bad.

What do you think of this DIY skateboard? Tell us in the Comments.

h/t 33 Mag

Anastasia Ashley took the wipeout of a lifetime in Mexico

There's no denying that we're huge fans of Anastasia Ashley—I mean, anyone with eyes should be a fan of the professional surfer/swimsuit model. The thing most people don't realize about Anastasia though is she actually f—king charges. Like harder than you. And when you charge as hard as she does, there are bound to be some brutal wipeouts. Like this guillotine below. We made GIFs (real-time & slow-mo) for you below.

How many Lamborghinis are too many Lamborghinis?

Well, how many Lamborghinis are too many Lamborghinis? It's actually a trick question, because there can never be enough Lamobrghinis. Turns out, Singapore's got ALL the Lamborghinis.

h/t Car Throttle

Guy giving New Yorkers hailing cabs high fives is a genius

This is definitely one of those, "Why hadn't anyone thought of this before?" videos. I mean, people hail cabs with their hands held high just waiting to be high-fived. It's totally natural. Plus, a high five is always positive. And we can all use more positivity in our days, especially when commuting in New York City. Well done bearded man. Well done.

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h/t Gothamist

Watch Jack White's new music video "Would You Fight For My Love?"

Jack White's got a new haircut, so he decided to make a music video to show it off. Well, he does have a new haircut, but he's also got a new album (Lazaretto) that's the best selling vinyl album of the last 20 years. So here's the visuals for the track "Would You Fight For My Love?"

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Skate slams like this will haunt your nightmares for years to come

Some skate slams are so atrocious, so heinous, so god-awful that even seeing them in video form sticks with you for years. John Pankus's rail bounce is the exact definition of that type of slam. Going for a boardslide, Pankus takes the end of this rail to a very sensitive part of the body. And he comes down with so much force that he bounces off the rail and gets tossed to the ground. Put some ice on it Pankus.

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Dose: The 100-mile, 5 borough bike ride in New York City on 9/11

Every year on 9/11, a group of skateboarders, artists, musicians, and more hit the streets of New York City for a 100-mile bike tour of the five boroughs led by NYC OG Mike Saes. Ride along as the Gnarmads, SHUT Skates, TheGoodLife!, and Dose crews renew their love for the Big Apple on the most historic day of the city's existence.