Chris Forsberg teams up with Hoonigans and Ryan Tuerck to take some 1000hp Nissan 370z's Black Friday shopping early at the abandoned Hawthorne Mall in Los Angeles. Clearly, we all need to be drifting this Black Friday and not shopping...

Legendary mountain biker Steve Peat may not compete quite like he used to, but that doesn't make his recent trip to the Norway's Lofoten Islands any less captivating. If you're looking for the perfect synthesis of man, machine, and nature, this might just be it.

With winter scratching at our heels, the primal call to gear up and get on the mountain is blaring like an air raid siren. We here at Network A know it's not easy to get out there when the wind is howling and video game release season is in dead heat, however, so in order to help, we trekked to every corner of the mountain—from the park rails to the bowl pow—to find the gear that will inspire you, no matter who you are or what your style, to get out and shred this season. Check it out and get that wishlist cooking.

On November 15, 2015, Frenchman Théo Sanson walked a slackline stretching from Utah's Rectory rock tower to its Castleton counterpart...over 1,600 feet away. And although no world records have been confirmed (yet), all it takes is one woozy, vertigo-inducing viewing to realize this one of the craziest tightrope stunts ever. If you're afraid of heights, now is your last chance to look away...

World champion skimboarder Brad Domke has been riding some of the biggest waves in the world without fins for a while now. But just recently he checked another terrifying location off the list while on a skimboard: Nazare.

But was it the scariest wave he's ever ridden on a skimboard? We give you the top 5 in the list below.

Burton snowboard shaman Danny Davis is set to launch the latest edition of Peace Park this weekend, and to get everyone properly hyped, we sat down with him to answer some of your most pressing fan questions. From switch tips to a beard-growing tutorial, Danny dishes out the goods in this one, so make sure to check it out before you tune in for Peace Park 2015, which premieres Sunday, November, 22nd, on ABC.

Tony Hawk is one of those guys who likes being the first to do something. So he had this idea to build a full loop but put it sideways. So he did. And then he skated it. He took a few hard slams (with mats mostly), but finally conquers it. Pretty crazy how fast he comes outta that thing, too.

From the twisted, technicolor minds behind The Art of FLIGHT, comes this winter's craziest, coolest, and most eye-poppingly expensive snow production, The Fourth Phase. A collaboration between Red Bull, Brain Farm, and backcountry visionary, Travis Rice, the trailer for this bad boy—which features Pat Moore, Bode Merrill, Mikkel Bang, and more—is packed with more than enough iconic shots and massive hits to keep the entire snowboard industry waiting patiently on hold until its release early next year. Check it out and see if you are ready to join the queue.

While most skate filmers use their GoPro Hero 4 to film sick lines, Nigel K. Alexander shows you how to capture awesome photos as well. In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel highlights the GoPro Hero 4 30-frames-per-second burst mode. By using this setting you'll be able to capture the perfect photo.

In a snowboard world teeming with quad corks, mega-comps, and gym time, Peace Park–the freeride brainchild of Danny Davis, executed with some help from Mountain Dew and Burton—is more than just a breath of fresh air: It's a freaking oxygen tank. So before you do anything else, chill out and check out the trailer for the 2015 installment above, which is sure to get you hyped for the full-length feature, which airs Sunday, November 29th on ABC.