This is what happens when people come back from vacation in a country with over 1.3 billion citizens. Needless to say, if you're traveling around Beijing, ANYTHING but a car seems like a good idea.
Think you might one day like to father children? Then trying to hardflip frontboard the infamous Hollywood High 12 is probably not the best idea. This one requires full-commitment on every try and the risk, well, just ask Taylor Jett about that. He's the one who chose to put his gene pool on the line for this one, after all.
Tired of the same old spots and the same old riding? Then Alexander Rudenko's new edit—filmed on top of an abandoned bridge project in the middle of Kiev—is the perfect tonic...provided you don't have vertigo, of course.
The Ford Pinto has a reputation as one the most poorly built American automobiles of all time, but that didn't stop Southern Rock Racing Series driver, Shawn Cross, from basing his wild, big-block Mean Bean on a 1980 version of the Blue Oval embarrassment. Check out this footage from the SRRS Championships, in which Cross absolutely destroys his lab experiement on the way to a wild second place finish, and we think you'll agree: This is one wild Pinto.
In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel K. Alexander gives you a quick lesson on how to set up a Canon Rebel T3iI series camera for filming skateboarding. After watching this video you'll be a master at cruising through those camera settings. So grab your camera and hit the skate park.
Want to see something totally frivolous and privileged? Perfect, here's a video of some guy (presumably with an English accent) blasting sporting clays from a Ferrari convertible with a $20,000 (again, presumably) shotgun. Needless to say, don't try this at home.
When the waves are flat surfers sometimes struggle to find activities that don't get themselves in trouble. Thankfully, we've been having a damn good run of surf on the East Coast recently (thanks Joaquin!). But pro surfers Josh Kerr and Noa Deane were left with a flatness conundrum recently, and they made the most of it behind a boat. Check out that alley-oop transfer Kerrzy nails at the end!
At over a half-mile long, 574-feet high, and capable of hitting speeds in excess of 100 mph, the world's fastest zipline at Gravity Canyon in New Zealand certainly adds up on paper. The Devin Super Tramp crew has never been interested in how things look on paper, however, so they grabbed their usual accoutrement of 4K cameras and drones and headed out the North Island to give it a go. Needless to say, the results will have you scrambling for plane tickets before you can say "no worries, mate".