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Dose: An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Texas Toast with Greg Illingworth

In this new episode, the Dose crew goes to Austin, Texas with Mongoose BMX Pro Greg lllingworth for one of the raddest BMX events of the year: Texas Toast. This unique competition features a street, dirt, and even an obstacle course. Watch as Greg and other pros get their shred on on these strange courses.

What do you think of this year's Texas Toast? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: A sneak peek of Brooklyn's first Jordan-only sneaker shop

Join Dose for an exclusive first look at Jordan Heads Brooklyn, NYC's first independent all Jordan everything boutique. We chat with owner Calvan Fowler and check out his collection of mint condition Air Jordans, vintage apparel and memorabilia, original art pieces, collectibles and more. Jordans are the measure that every other sneaker is judged upon, and recently Sole Collector dug up that the original banned Air Jordans may actually have been the Nike Air Ship. Check out that full story over at Sole Collector.

Jordan Heads, which shares the same name as Fowler's upcoming documentary, Jordan Heads produced by Michael Rapaport, opens this Thursday October 23. If you're a sneaker head you definitely want to get yourself there.

Dose: The psychedelic sounds of twin brother band The Mattson 2

Twin brothers Jared (guitar) and Jonathan (drums) Mattson have already traveled the world with their surf inspired jazz/rock, playing regularly with the likes of Ray Barbee and Tommy Guerrero. With their new album Agar, The Mattson 2 move to a new psychedelic sound created by the brothers playing strictly as a duo and using their twin telepathy. Check it as they talk on Dose about their DIY tour strategy, new sound, and their Instagram side hustle.

Buy their new album Agar on CD here or on iTunes here.

Dose: Check out NYC's best custom bike shop Mott Street Cycles

Check out one of New York City's top custom bike shops with founder Cory Ng at Mott Street Cycles. Run by a crew of childhood friends with the simple philosophy that no two people should have the exact same bike, Mott Street Cycles builds custom bikes out of their full service facility at 158 Mott Street in Chinatown. From offering nearly limitless options on custom builds to an expanding line of functional bike lifestyle street wear, MSC is a local brand innovation at its finest. Learn how they did it and get a first look at their all new complete track bike, the Rain, only on Dose.

Check Mott Street Cycles out on the web at msccustoms.com.

What do you think of the Rain track bike? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Big name skaters tear apart the Dew Tour Brooklyn skate course

The Dew Tour came to Brooklyn last weekend and of course Dose was on hand for all the action. Check out this all action/all banger edit from RB Umali featuring P-Rod, Theotis Beasley, Chaz Ortiz, Chris Cole, Tom Asta, Nick Merlino, Manny Santiago and skate park winner Ishod Wair straight destroying the House of Vans!

What did you think of Dew Tour Brooklyn? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: An exclusive "Tuerck'd" Season 3 preview on the track

The last time Ryan Tuerck hung out with the Dose crew, Tim was getting whipped around Drift Mansion in Ryan's missile car. Having survived that mission, Tim goes for another round with Tuerck to celebrate the launch of a new season of Tuerck'd and get the official behind the scenes preview on just how far he plans to to take it on his Network A show.

Watch the first episode of Tuerck'd Season 3 here.

Dose: 10 years deep with New York City streetwear brand Mighty Healthy

New York City streetwear brand Mighty Healthy was founded by Ray Mate in 2004 as a simple t-shirt brand named for a Ghostface song. So during New York City Fashion Week we sat down with Ray on Dose to talk about the brand 10 years in and how he turned it into one of the world's most loved skate x streetwear brands.

Check out more of Mighty Healthy on their website at mightyhealthy.com.

Dose: Dangerous riding in the streets of Harlem on offroad vehicles

This week we take Dose to Harlem to meet Benmore aka Benadon, the King of Harlem's Bike Life. Bike Life is an urban offshoot of motocross that swells every summer as thousands of riders take to city streets on offroad motorcycles and ATVs. If you've seen the documentary 12 O'Clock Boys, it's sorta like that—though to be honest, the turmoil between the NYPD and riders haven't quite escalated to that of the Baltimore scene. But do not let that fool you into thinking that the police aren't out to get riders here in New York City. While the media often portrays these riders as criminals and the police use ominous tactics against them, Benmore explains why riding bikes is a far better alternative to crime and violence and should be embraced as an emerging urban sport.

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.

Dose: Action Park is the world's raddest waterpark

Action Park in Vernon, New Jersey, was a waterpark that was notorious for its danger factor back in the 80s. After closing down for a period of time, the park has reemerged as the world's raddest water park. Almost all of the original rides are still in operation and there are also plenty of new options. From its old school "anything goes" vibe to tons of girls in bikinis to rides that get your heart pounding, Action Park is the kind of place you need to experience to believe, which is exactly what Tim Brodhagen and crew did on this new episode of Dose.

Ever been to Action Park? If so let us know what you thought in the Comments.

Dose: How to build a parking block for skating with Homage and Converse

Converse's CONS Project is a series of workshops dedicated to teaching kids about skateboarding's crucial DIY ethic. In the first workshop, Homage's Jose Portes shows how to make a perfect concrete parking block and then takes it to the park for Eric Valederez, Richie Dahland, Drew McKenzie, and Dan Mandell to session. Dose was on-hand to get you the low-down.

Head to consproject.com for more info on the CONS Project.

Dose: Sneaker Pawn shows how they customize and refurbish sneakers

Dose is back with part 2 from the world's first sneaker pawn shop, Sneaker Pawn. We get an exclusive firsthand look at how Chase Reed and Mills at Sneaker Pawn customize and refurbish all kinds of kicks. Using their secret "sauce", they can literally bring a beat-ass shoe back to life, or create colorways that no one else in the world has. This is a sneaker game on a whole other level!

Find out more information on Sneaker Pawn at http://sneakerpawnusa.com/, and make sure to check out Part 1 with Sneaker Pawn here.

Dose: Check out the world's first sneaker pawn shop

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16-year-old Chase Reed has revolutionized the sneaker reselling game by opening the world's first sneaker pawn shop in New York City. Located in Harlem, Sneaker Pawn takes an "everybody wins" approach to the business. Chase and his father Troy provide money making opportunities for sneakerheads while maintaining a ridiculous collection of Jordans and Nike's from their brownstone on 120th Street and Lenox Avenue. On this new episode of Dose, we give you a first-hand look at the sneaker world's wave of the future and have a conversation with the young mogul in the making.

Find out more information on Sneaker Pawn at http://sneakerpawnusa.com/. And stay tuned for part 2 where we delve into how Sneaker Pawn keeps the kicks looking so fresh.

Dose: Snowboarder Jeremy Jones gets "Higher" with ThirtyTwo

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Backcountry snowboard legend Jeremy Jones has built a career attacking big mountain snowboarding descents that others wouldn't even consider humanly impossible. Jones was in New York City recently and caught up with Dose host Tim Brodhagen to discuss his new snowboard boots with ThirtyTwo and his upcoming snowboard movie "Higher."

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Dose: 5 new products you're gonna want from Agenda NYC

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Agenda NYC is bigger then ever this year with over 200 of the dopest brands showing their upcoming lines at the Jacob Javits Center. If you didn't make it to the show yourself don't worry cause we have Timbo's top 5 picks including an Adidas collab, speakers from House of Marley, Burton's upcoming expansion into lifestyle wear, G-Pen's vapor products, and Leica's incredible cameras. It's the next best thing to being there!

What's your favorite from Agenda NYC? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Skateboarding's gnarliest tour begins and it's going to get weird

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Things are about to get weird as Natural Koncept Skateboards kicks off their "High Class Creepin'" USA tour on Dose! What could possibly happen when you pack an international squad of skaters including Tal Cual, Brandon "Boner" Bonner, Chris "Cmart" Martin, Dave "The Dave" Davis, Adrian McElhaney, and Brendan Leung into a van led by JZ Radical and send them out to invade 18 cities in 24 days? Stay tuned to NetworkA.com to see what kind of mayhem the crew gets into.

Any predictions of what'll happen on this tour? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: How to make it as a stuntman with Larry Nunez

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Just because you don't go pro doesn't mean that skateboarding and snowboarding can't lead to a fun and lucrative career. Lifelong skateboarder and snowboarder Larry Nunez flipped his passions into what can only be described as the dream job of a professional stuntman. From his first stunt to a gig in HBO's "Bored to Death" to his current work on NBC's "Taxi Brooklyn" find out how Nunez did it on the latest episode of Dose.

Taxi Brooklyn is on Wednesdays at 10pm/9c on NBC

What stunt would you like to try? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Formula Drift leader Chris Forsberg talks about new show "Garage Tours"

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Chris Forsberg has been cleaning up the track in the 2014 Formula Drift series. He has a 59-point lead coming out of the New Jersey event, where we learned that he's a total beast. In this episode of Dose, Forsberg discusses the strategy that's given him four straight podium finishes. He also talks about Garage Tours, his new series on Network A. Forsberg will visit garages around the nation from professional outfits to grassroots backyard shops servicing NASCAR, drifting, rally, sprint cars, supercross bikes and everything in between.

Check out the promo for Garage Tours here, and stay tuned for the premiere of Garage Tours airing Tuesdays starting July 1 on Network A.

What do you think of Chris Forsberg's success this season so far? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Go Skateboarding Day went off in NYC with Eric Koston, Ishod Wair

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Somehow Go Skateboarding Day in New York City always manages to get bigger year after year. Last year, there was a floating skatepark. This year, Nike Skateboarding brought Eric Koston, Alex Olson, Ishod Wair, Brian Anderson, and Bobby Worrest to town to lead the charge from LES Coleman Skatepark in Manhattan across the Williamsburg Bridge to their insane pop-up skatepark at 50 Kent in Brooklyn. As always, Dose was in the mix, with legendary filmer RB Umali behind the lens capturing all the sick action.

What did you do for Go Skateboarding Day 2014? Tell us in the Comments.

Exclusive Nyjah Huston DC Shoes giveaway

Network A had the chance to sit down with X Games Gold Medalist Nyjah Huston for an exclusive look at his new sneaker with DC Shoes. The Nyjah Vulc shoe offers the best of DC's footwear technology, with a low-profile design for a skate-inspired style that goes beyond a street session.

DC and Network A are giving away a brand new pair of the Nyjah Vulc. For your chance to win, simply click the link below to connect with Network A. One winner will be selected at random, and be contacted via email. Giveaway ends at midnight, Monday June 23.

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Dose: Go behind the lens of The Lifers Project

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Photography has been a huge part of skateboarding since the beginning. "Pics or it didn't happen," has always been true in skating. With the rise of digital photography, however, some of the art in the medium has been lost. Matt Alberts is trying to bring it back. After learning that his great-great-grandfather was a photographer in the 1800's, Alberts went on a quest to learn the nearly forgotten art of wet collodion photography. He's now using the intricate process to take pictures of skateboard legends, in something he's calling the The Lifers Project. We caught up with him on the newest episode of Dose to hear about the wet plate process while he shot Amy Gunther of Brooklyn skate shop KCDC.

What do you think of The Lifers Project? Tell us in the Comments below.

Dose: Angel Haze, Christian Hosoi rock Zumiez Presents at House Of Vans

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The Zumiez Presents skate and music event took over the House of Vans in Brooklyn this past weekend and set it off. With performances by Angel Haze, Bad Rabbits, and The Death Set, and a bowl session with skate legend Christian Hosoi, attendees had the best of both worlds. Dose host Tim Brodhagen had behind the scenes access to the event and interviewed Angel Haze and Hosoi to find out what they thought made the party so special.

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Dose: How to make it as a skate filmer in New York City

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Skateboard filmers do not get nearly enough props. While it's the skaters who receive the glory when they drop a new video part, the filmers are an integral part of the process. They do so much grunt work behind the camera (and in the edit room) to make sure that the skating that they capture looks incredible. It's a challenging job that requires skill and creativity. On the new episode of Dose we get a closer look at what it takes from Dennis "Dirty Dirt Kid" Williford, who is quickly becoming one of New York City's go-to filmers. Williford has worked with just about every skater in New York City, as well as most of the pros who pass through the Big Apple. Originally from Richmond, Virgina, Williford moved to the city three years ago and hasn't looked back since.

What do you think of this episode of Dose? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Young skaters went big at the Vans Pool Party

The Vans Pool Party in the Combi Bowl at the Vans Skatepark in Orange County, California is always one of the best skateboarding events of the year. And this year was no different. Where else can you find the son of Vans founder Steve Van Doren delivering pizza to skaters?

The skating was pretty good, too. Dose was on hand at the 2014 Vans Pool Party and it was clear that a changing of the guard was afoot. The pro division was dominated by a crew of under-20 skaters who showed that pool skating will continue to thrive for generations to come. The likes of Tom Schaar, Cory Juneau, Trey Wood, and Tristan Rennie all made the pro division final. At the end of the day, 16-year-old Rennie took the victory in the pro ranks and Bruno Passos won the masters division and Chris Miller took top honors in the legends division.

What do you think of this Vans Pool Party wrap up? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Jason Anderson is ready for the outdoor motocross season to start

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The inaugural race of the 2014 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship season kicks off May 24, 2014. Before the dirt starts flying, Dose caught up with 250 class Supercross West Champion Jason Anderson as he practiced on his Rockstar Energy KTM 250 at Glen Helen Raceway. This season marks the return of the iconic track in San Bernardino, California to the series as the season opener for the outdoor motocross calendar.

Who do you think is the rider to beat on the outdoor motocross circuit this season? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: See how a $15,000 gold-plated skateboard gets made

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The golden skateboard is a true father-son project. New York City artist Matt Willet came up with the idea and enlisted the help of his dad, who works at Epner Technologies in Brooklyn. The company makes gold-plated components for NASA, but Willet had a different kind of transportation in mind than spaceships. On the latest episode of Dose, host Tim Brodhagen visited the Willets to see firsthand how they make 99.99% pure electro-plated skateboards.

Willet and his dad completely transform all the parts of a Shut Skateboards complete, progressing through copper plating, nickel plating, and finishing with the gold. The board is then polished to a mirror finish. The final product weighs nine pounds but it is completely functional, although Willet suggests keeping this board strictly as a wall-hanger. The $15,000 price tag probably has something to do with that.

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

Dose: Nyjah Huston skates the streets of New York City for the first time

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Nyjah Huston has skated in New York City a ton of times, but it's always been confined to the city's skateparks. On the new episode of Dose, Nyjah skates the NYC streets for the first time.

Nyjah also spoke with Dose host Tim Brodhagen about the new season of Street League Skateboarding, which starts this weekend at Nike SB's Sixth & Mill skatepark in Los Angeles. Nyjah discusses rivalries and why he thinks Paul Rodriguez and defending champion Chris Cole are the guys to beat in Street League.

Can Nyjah Huston win a Street League Super Crown title this year? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Ryan Sheckler's Skate For A Cause raises $93,000 in one day

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Over 2,000 fans and 50 pro and amatuer skateboarders converged on the etnies Skatepark in Lake Forest, California for the 5th annual "Skate For A Cause" contest and fundraiser on May 3, 2014. Hosted by The Sheckler Foundation to promote their "Be The Change" campaign, the event is part skate contest, part fundraiser for injured action sports athletes and kids in need. We got the low-down on the event straight from Ryan Sheckler himself on this episode of Dose.

Top skateboarding pros like Chris Cole, Sean Malto, and Jamie Thomas were all on hand to help support the cause and rip the skatepark. As always, this year's event did not disappoint—over $93k was donated during the course of the one-day event.

For more information on The Sheckler Foundation and to get involved head here.

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Dose: Top pros surf in tag-team contest with little kids

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Created in 2012 as a fun surf contest by former ASP World Tour surfer and San Clemente local Nate Yeomans, the 3rd Annual Fishbowl Classic is one of the biggest little surf contests in the world. Blessed with epic beachbreak conditions in San Clemente at the end of April, the ever-changing format this year featured two-man teams: one top pro paired with a ripping local grom.

Some of the top surfers in the world like Kolohe Andino, the Gudauskas brothers, and Chippa Wilson were all on hand to throw down in the water. Amid the stacked field, this year's event was won by Aussie air wizard Chippa Wilson and Trestles local Kei Kobayashi.

What do you think of the Fishbowl Classic? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Waves For Water puts traveling surfers to work by supplying clean drinking water

In the spirit of Earth Day, we have put together a three-part Dose series examining environmental issues that are currently affecting the action sports community. In Part 3, we talk with Waves For Water founder Jon Rose. Part 1 about inversion smog in Salt Lake City, Utah can be seen here. And Part 2 investigating urban water runoff and its effects can be seen here.

One in 6 people in the world does not have access to clean drinking water. Every 15 seconds a child dies from dirty drinking water. These global hardships can be difficult to grasp for people in the developed worlds to grasp, but their effects are very real. One organization that's dedicated itself to providing clean water to people around the world is Waves For Water. We caught up with founder and former pro surfer Jon Rose for the final piece in Dose's three-part Earth Day series.

Waves For Water has played a role in helping to clean up after every natural disaster in the last 10 years. Rose's organization utilizes a key element that's already in place for providing their DIY filtration systems to needed populations: traveling surfers. This unique approach empowers travelers to help out regions in which they're already visiting, greatly cutting down on overhead and helping change people's lives.

Find out more about Waves For Water on their website at www.wavesforwater.org and get involved by becoming a Clean Water Courier yourself.

Dose: The best party at Coachella wasn't actually at Coachella

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The Vestal Village gathering has been going on right down the road from the Coachella music festival for six years now and each year it gets better and better. Why stay amidst the chaos in the desert when you can get the VIP treatment from Vestal? This year, Dose host Michaela Eichenbaum was once again allowed behind the scenes. Vestal Village is like a pool party by day and a music festival at night, and Michaela was in the mix everywhere from tent city to the live stage. She connected with pro snowboarder Danny Kass, pro surfer Koa Smith, and Eagles of Death Metal front man, Jesse Boots Electric, to find out what makes the event so awesome.

Who had the best performance at Coachella this year? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Investigating the environmental & health risks of polluted urban water runoff

In the spirit of Earth Day, we have put together a three-part Dose series examining environmental issues that are currently affecting the action sports community. In Part 2 we investigate urban water runoff and its effects. Part 1 about inversion smog in Salt Lake City, Utah can be seen here.

All rivers flow to the sea. Along the way waterways pick up all sorts of debris, chemicals, and toxins. Everything combines to create a sludge that gets tossed directly into the ocean. This is known as urban water runoff, which is a major hazard in coastal areas. It directly affects surfers and fellow ocean-goers, which is why the Dose crew investigated this water pollution issue.

We chatted with experts Chad Nelson from the Surfrider Foundation, the South Coast Water District's Rick Erkeneff, and the President of Riverkeeper Paul Gallay. Each explains the hazards posed by the surface runoff of water from urban areas into our oceans and the actions that are being taken to prevent it. Of focus are two of the major areas where urban runoff is most prevalent, the greater New York City area and Southern California. Take note of this daunting issue and head to the sites below for more information about what you can do.

What are you doing to help curb urban runoff? Tell us in the Comments.

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Surfrider Foundation - www.surfrider.org
Riverkeeper - www.riverkeepers.org
South Coast Water District - www.scwd.org

Dose: Motocross riders Doug Parsons and Kris Foster build awesome SoCal jumps

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A recent spring rainstorm in Southern California created perfect freestyle motocross conditions in Reche Canyon, just east of Los Angeles. Legendary motocross freerider Doug Parsons and Canadian pro motocross freerider Kris Foster were on it. For the latest episode of Dose, Parsons and Foster packed up their shovels, headed for the hills, and got back to the roots of freestyle motocross.

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Dose: Monster Energy Supercross hits New York City for first time in 20 years

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For the first time in over 20 years, supercross racing is going down in the New York City area. Justin Barcia has been excited for the AMA Monster Energy Supercross race at MetLife Stadium since it was announced. Barcia, who currently sits in fifth place in the standings, and fellow racers Adam Enticknap and Mike Alessi caught up with Dose host Tim Brodhagen to talk about what it means for supercross to be in the Big Apple and their strategies for the race.

If you're in the New York City area, check out the race live on Saturday, April 26 at MetLife Stadium. If not, be sure to tune into Fox Sports 2. You're not going to want to miss Ryan Villopoto's shot at clinching the championship.

Who do you think will win the supercross race in New York City? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Investigating inversion smog problems in Salt Lake City on Earth Day

In the spirit of Earth Day we have put together a three-part *Dose series examining environmental issues that are currently affecting the action sports community. In Part 1, we look at the inversion smog that surrounds the Salt Lake City, Utah.*

After a bluebird day on the mountains that surround Salt Lake City, Utah, it's hard to imagine that 20 minutes below is a city riddled with smog. The specific smog issue in Salt Lake City is called inversion, which traps polluted air in the valley most severely during the winter months. The inversion has three major sources: industrial pollution, vehicular pollution (cars), and area sources (barbecues, home heating, etc.).

Dose host Tim Brodhagen sat down with local pro snowboarder Aaron Bittner to get a feel for what it's like dealing with inversion and its effects. The Salt Lake City area has seen a giant rise in asthma rates over the last few years, and there are many respiratory problems that are associated with this issue.

Alan Matheson, an Environmental Advisor to the Utah governor and Ralph Becker, the mayor of Salt Lake City, also give us great insight into this long-standing problem and what steps the Utah state and Salt Lake City local governments are taking to combat it. One thing is certain, this is a continuing issue with many changes needed to help reverse it.

What are you doing to help the planet on Earth Day? Tell us in the Comments.

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Park City Mountain - www.parkcitymountain.com
Snowbird Mountain - www.snowbird.com

Dose: Surfers Taylor Knox and Benji Weatherly go head-to-head in cook-off

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Pro surfers are not usually known for their culinary skills. The peanut butter and jelly sandwich is still a staple of most surfers' diets. But Benji Weatherly and Taylor Knox are anything but typical. On the new episode of Dose]1, Weatherly and Knox go head-to-head in an epic cook-off at the North Eats Food Festival in Carlsbad, California. With Ray Barbee playing guitar, the two surfers battle it out in a "Cook or Kook?" challenge. Wait until you see who took home the title.

What do you think of this cook off? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: The top 5 cars at the 2014 New York International Auto Show

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The New York International Auto Show is one of the most comprehensive car shows in all of North America. Which is why we spent the media days at the Javits Center getting a sneak peak at the newest, craziest vehicles out there. On this new episode of Dose, host Tim Brodhagen brings you the top 5 cars from this year's show. He gets the inside scoop on the 2015 Subaru WRX STI, the Toyota FV2, the Bentley Continental GT Speed, the Mini Cooper S Countryman (which Tony Hawk recently ollied), and the Ford Transit Skyliner. Sit back and enjoy. And check out the NY International Auto Show yourself if you're in town, it's now open to the public.

Which car out of all these is your favorite? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Snowboarder Danny Kass thinks New Jersey's Mountain Creek is the best mountain in the world

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New Jersey may be the butt of a lot of jokes. Some of them warranted, most of them not. In the snowboard community, it's certainly an afterthought. But as two-time Olympic silver medalist Danny Kass proves, you can grow up in New Jersey and still become a world-class snowboarder. For this week's episode of Dose we took a quick trip out of New York City to Mountain Creek in New Jersey to shred with Kass and see why you can have as much fun there as you can at any other resort in the world.

Have you ever shredded Mountain Creek? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Justin Barcia is psyched for Monster Energy Supercross in New York City

The AMA Monster Energy Supercross is making its return to the New York City area on April 26 at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. It's been 23 years since a supercross race was held in the Big Apple, and Team Honda rider Justin Barcia, who grew up not too far away from the city, couldn't be more psyched. Barcia caught up with the Dose crew to share the scoop on the second-to-last stop on this year's supercross circuit.

Want to go to the supercross race at Metlife Stadium? Here's your chance:

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Dose: Jimmy Fitzpatrick's freestyle motocross compound doubles as a vineyard

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Pro freestyle motocross rider Jimmy Fitzpatrick welcomed the Dose crew to his "Fitzland" compound in Temecula, California. The 54-acre spread is home to a huge FMX set-up and a 36-acre vineyard, where Fitzpatrick's brother Brent oversees large winemaking operation. Fitzpatrick talks about being a star on the Nuclear Cowboyz tour, some of the other activities he gets into at Fitzland, and his pet pig. He also invites over some of the Nuclear Cowboyz crew over to session the jumps and ride the hills which are in perfect condition after some rain.

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Dose: Chris Cole skates NYC, shows off new DC Shoes Cole Lite 2

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Defending Street League champ Chris Cobra Cole stops in on dose to show off his new DC Shoes pro model, the Cole Lite 2, and skate in New York City. Even though Cole is an exceptional contest skater, that has never driven his progression. "I've always learned tricks that excite me and that I wanna learn," Cole says. "I've never learned tricks to beat somebody else." Cole's excitement for skating is as high as ever. He keeps a constantly updated trick list in his phone. Some of the tricks on the list have a question mark next to them because Cole isn't even sure if they are possible. Not that that's going to stop one of the most technical skateboarders of all time from trying.

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Dose: Mahfia Sessions & Boarding for Breast Cancer "Shred the Love" Tour at Mammoth Mountain

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It's always the right time for a road trip to Mammoth Mountain, but when it's for a good cause, well, that makes it even better. On the new episode of Dose, host Michaela Eichenbaum heads to Mammoth Mountain to check out the Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) "Shred the Love" Tour and the Mahfia Sessions, presented by Group Y. Michaela caught up with Mahfia Sessions founder Kim Woozy to get the scoop on the event, shredded the park with women's action sports legend Cara-Beth Burnside, and attended a panel discussion of female action sports pioneers including Shannon Dunn-Downing and Lisa Hudson.

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Dose: Skater Nestor Judkins shows off his new Adidas Adi Ease sneaker

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Remember that hilarious Adidas Skateboarding mockumentary did to announce the release of the new Stan Smith skate shoe? Well, we hate to break it to you, but Stan Smith did not actually skate in that video. It's a shocker, we know. Adidas skater Nestor Judkins was the one who played the tennis legend. Judkins is also about to release the fourth colorway of the Adidas Adi Ease sneaker soon. He sat down recently with Dose host Tim Brodhagen to talk about his new shoe (it's the first all-white Adidas Skateboarding shoe) and what it was like to meet the Stan Smith.

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Dose: Jefferson Pang celebrates 20 years of skateboarding with an awesome Shut deck

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New York City's first professional street skater Jefferson Pang has seen just about everything in his 20-plus years in skateboarding. On the new episode of Dose Pang drops some OG knowledge and gives a history lesson on the three NYC skaters that everyone should know about: Beasley, Jeremy Henderson, and Harry Jumanji. Pang also shows off his newly released pro model deck with Shut Skateboards to celebrate his skate legacy.

To purchase Jefferson Pang's new Shut skateboard deck, go to ShutNYC.com.

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Dose: Snowboarders Aaron Biittner, Scotty Arnold, and Deadlung enjoy Utah

Utah has been having another great winter. And with spring just around the corner, snowboarders Aaron Biitner, Mark Edlund (aka Deadlung), and Scotty Arnold made sure to get some laps in at Park City Mountain Resort and Snowbird on a gorgeous bluebird day for this episode of Dose.

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Special thanks to Park City Mountain and Snowbird Mountain.

Dose: Ryan Sheckler and other pros turn out for Volcom's "True To This" movie premiere

On a wet and stormy night in Costa Mesa, California a party went down that only the likes of Volcom could throw. It was the premiere of Volcom's newest movie True To This, as well as a celebration of the 21 years that have passed since the company's first film Alive We Ride. The Volcom Headquarters were raging with thousands of fans, three different viewing areas, drinks, live bands and plenty of Volcom team riders and family members in attendance like Terje Haakonsen, Geoff Rowley, Ryan Sheckler, Pat Moore, Bryan Iguchi, and Alex Gray. On this episode of Dose host Michaela Eichenbaum takes you behind the scenes of the premiere and interviews some of the team riders about their favorite Volcom movie.

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Dose: Find out how Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Iouri Podladtchikov invented the YOLO flip

The Olympic gold medal celebration continues on Dose this week with snowboarding halfpipe gold medalist Iouri Podladtchikov. We caught up with iPod while he was in New York City celebrating the gold medal victory from Sochi and enjoying city life. iPod runs us through the final moments before clinching the gold, what it means having beaten Shaun White, how he hates and loves rivalries in snowboarding, and the origin of the YOLO flip.

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Dose: Drone films surfer Josh Sleigh trying to kickflip a surfboard

Pro surfer and shaper Josh Sleigh is one of the few human beings who tries kickflips on a surfboard. On a gorgeous Southern California February day he took his mobile surf winch to a secret spot in Laguna Beach, California, for some shorebreak surfing. The winch was just one of the accessories he brought to the beach. Also along for the ride were five GoPro Hero 3 Black Editions cameras used to capture multiple angles of Sleigh's session. The angles included a drone cam, a helmet cam, a surfboard cam, and a water cam. Sleigh definitely covered all the bases.

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Dose: Snowboarding the streets of New York City

Snowboarding in New York City is easier than you think if you are creative. We've already seen tow-in snowboarding. Now on the new Dose, Burton pro snowboarder Alex Andrews & his Knowbuddy friend Jason Heckle embark on a mission to do two things: snowboard and eat pizza. Follow them as they venture from Williamsburg, Brooklyn into the SoHo neighborhood of lower Manhattan, over the Manhattan Bridge back into downtown Brooklyn and Fort Greene.

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Dose: Olympic freeskier Joss Christensen tours New York City with his gold medal in a sock

In case you have amnesia from the recently finished Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, the United States swept the first ever men's freeskiing slopestyle event. And at the top of that podium was 22-year-old Joss Christensen. As we learned from Jamie Anderson, Olympic medals open doors. So while Christensen was in New York City with fellow medalists Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper, Dose tagged along with him as he got a fresh haircut at Franks Chop Shop and was fitted for a suit at Freemans Sporting Club. Those aren't the only perks, Christensen has enjoyed since Sochi. He has also received free dinners and had people buy him bottles of wine. Life is good.

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Special thanks to: Freemans Sporting Club and Franks Chop Shop
Additional Footage shot by: AJ Dakoulas

Dose: Olympic gold medalist Jamie Anderson's Top 5 moments from Sochi

Pro snowboarder Jamie Anderson is the first women's slopestyle Olympic Gold medalist. Dose caught up with her in New York City recently to find out her Top 5 Olympic moments, and it's clear that winning a gold medal opens a lot of doors. From appearing on the Ellen Show with Ellen Degeneres to getting upgrades for her entire family on United Airlines, life has been good for Anderson since Sochi.

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Dose: Plywood snowboards serve as artists' canvases at Neon Daze & Winter Waves exhibit

Art and snowboarding have been fused together from the beginning. But Mike Parillo and Corey Smith took it one step further for their Neon Daze & Winter Waves art exhibit. Parillo and Smith are both artists and snowboarders and wanted to curate a show "to explore the roots of snowboarding, as imagined by some of the most legendary and creative riders and artists of our time." Dose host Cait Barker was on hand at the opening at CES Contemporary Art Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. She spoke with Parillo and Asymbol Gallery's Alex Hillinger to discuss the inspiration behind the show (Spring Break Snowboards), Asymbol's involvement, and to find out more about the snowboarders and surfers involved—including Ian Walsh, Travis Rice, Gerry Lopez, Pat Moore, and Christian Fletcher.

Which board from this art show is your favorite? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Olympic gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg says NYC cabs are more dangerous than slopestyle

Olympic slopestyle gold medalist Sage Kostenburg became the new face of snowboarding overnight. Kotsenburg won the first gold medal for the United States at the Sochi Winter Olympics. Even though he was inundated with interview requests that come with winning a gold medal, Kotsenburg made time to for another appearance on Dose. (We can't blame him, seeing as how appearing on Dose was a ticket to a gold medal in snowboard slopestyle this year). Kotsenburg admitted that the slopestyle course was gnarly, but it was nothing crazier than a New York City taxi cab. He also touched upon the fact that now the world knows of more snowboarders than just Shaun White, and how he'd like to use his recently found fame to help inner city kids get into snowboarding.

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Dose: Hanging out with KTM Racing's supercross phenoms Ken Roczen and Jason Anderson

The KTM motocross team has been on a tear this season in Monster Energy Supercross. So on this episode of Dose we caught up with two of the motorcycle manufacturer's top supercross riders, 450SX rookie phenom Ken Roczen and 250SX points leader Jason Anderson. Before things got too crazy at last weekend's race at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, Roczen talked about his strong start to the season after making the step up from the 250SX class last year. Anderson has also been off to a fast start to the season and was extra excited to ride in front of a hometown crowd.

And the Dose good luck continued. With Sage Kotsenburg and Jamie Anderson winning Olympic gold medals after their appearances on the show, it was only fitting that Roczen and Anderson both were on the podium in San Diego with second-place finishes in their respective classes.

Can Ken Roczen win the 450SX title? Can Jason Anderson win the 250SX title? Tell us in the Comments below.

Dose: Searching for the soul of snowboarding

With the Olympics taking center stage in the world of snowboarding right now, Dose went to SIA to talk to some of the most progressive figures in snowboarding to get their feelings on the current state of the sport and where the soul lives. We hear from Devun Walsh, Corey Smith, JP Solberg, Erik and Bjorn Leines, and Jesse Burtner on their take on the Olympics, the youth in snowboarding, and what this all means. The consensus is that rider-owned, independent companies are what keeps the soul of any board-sport alive.

What's your take on the state of snowboarding? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: A$AP Ferg and Redman are mile high at Free4All Vol. 4 in Denver presented by Ink Monstr

At the recent Free4All Vol 4 party the Dose crew chopped it up with some of the best rappers in the game, A$AP Ferg and Redman. And since they were in Denver, Colorado, talk naturally shifted toward two of the things the Rocky Mountain State is known for, mountains and weed. All the kids out there need to recognize that Redman paved the way.

What do you think of these interviews with A$AP Ferg and Redman? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Hannah Teter snowboarding with Special Olympics athletes will inspire you

Professional snowboarder Hannah Teter was just named the first Special Olympics action sports Global Ambassador. The announcement was made in Aspen, Colorado during the X Games and to mark the occasion Teter organized a unified snowboarding event pairing professional snowboarders with Special Olympics athletes on a dual giant slalom course. Teter recruited fellow snowboarders Jamie Anderson, Scotty James, and more to pair up with Special Olympics athletes from across the country. The result was pretty amazing.

What do you think of Hannah Teter becoming the first Special Olympics action sports Global Ambassador? Tell us in the Comments.

Dose: Olympic snowboarder Jamie Anderson got the souvenir she wanted—a gold medal

Professional snowboarder Jamie Anderson is considered the best slopestyle female snowboarder in the world. And now that slopestyle has been added to the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Anderson has qualified for the US Olympic Snowboard Team. We caught up with Anderson for this episode of Dose at Mammoth Mountain. She breaks down how she qualified for the Olympics, describes some tips she got from fellow Olympians Hannah Teter and Louie Vito, and what she expects in Sochi. She also reveals that the best souvenir she can bring home from Sochi will be a gold medal.

Dose: Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Sage Kotsenburg was well-prepared for Sochi

20-year-old Park City native Sage Kotsenburg qualified for the U.S. Olympic slopestyle snowboard team at the Grand Prix qualifier at Mammoth Mountain recently. Kotsenberg and slopestyle will both be making their Olympic debuts this year so Dose host Michaela Eichenbaum caught up with him in Mammoth to get his thoughts on the Sochi Games. Kotsenburg has his pre-Olympic routine locked in and has a good sense of who the riders to watch will be in Russia. The only thing he's still needs to figure out is what he will say to slopestyle hater Bob Costas if he runs into him.

Dose: Weed, women, and triple whiskey flips at the X Games

The Winter X Games went off in Aspen, Colorado this year and produced some huge action, as always. With so many people attending this year, Dose decided to mingle with the crowd to see just who comes out to the X Games these days. You won't believe the answer.

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Dose: X Games Slopestyle practice with Mark McMorris, Halldor Helgason, and more

The 2014 X Games Aspen are in full swing and have been producing some major action. A picture perfect day on the mountain paints the scene for this heavy Slopestyle practice session on this episode of Dose. Check out Mark McMorris, Halldor Helgason, Torstein Horgmo, and more as they throw down. Tune into ESPN today at 2pm to watch these guys battle it out for who the gold. Head to the X Games for more highlights.

Dose: X Games Superpipe practice with Danny Davis, Taku Hiraoka, and Scotty Lago

The Dose crew is on site at X Games Aspen for all the action this week. We'll be bringing you the behind-the-scenes and everything you want to see. We caught some heavy hitting snowboarders going big at Superpipe practice. Taku Hiraoka, Iouri Podladtchikov, Ben Ferguson, Scotty Lago, Christian Haller, Danny Davis, and more all put in work in this perfect pipe as if medals were being handed out at the end of the session. Stay tuned for lots more from X Games Aspen.

Who do you think will take Superpipe at this year's X Games Aspen? Tell us in the comments below.

Dose: Snowboarders Aaron Biittner and Scotty Arnold play a Game of SNOW at Park City

You're watching Dose history right here. This is the first-ever Game of SNOW in the show's illustrious run. And there couldn't be two better initial contestants than pro snowboarders Aaron Biitner and Scotty Arnold. With rules similar to a Game of SKATE, the two battled it out from the top of the park at Park City Mountain Resort all the way to the bottom. What starts out as a friendly match quickly gets heated when Bittner turns up the dial.

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Dose: The top trends in action sports and streetwear at Agenda Long Beach

Agenda Long Beach is one of the most important trade shows in streetwear and action sports lifestyle. It's the place where all the top brands show off their products for the upcoming season. Dose host Cait Barker headed over to Agenda to find out what the top trends will be for the next season. She spoke with a wide range of brands such as Nixon, Neff, Electric, Herschel, O'Neill, Etnies, and more to get an exclusive sneak peek at the coolest streetwear, outerwear and accessories that you will definitely be fiending over in 2014.

Dose: Go behind the scenes with Travis Pastrana at Nitro Circus Live at Madison Square Garden

Travis Pastrana's traveling action sports awesomeness show Nitro Circus Live hit New York City recently. Nitro Circus Live was appearing in the legendary Madison Square Garden for the first time. Naturally, Dose host Tim Brodhagen was on hand to get all the behind-the-scenes scoop. Pastrana chatted with Brodhagen about what he expected from the night while Megaramp practice was going on. It was definitely an electric night at the Garden.

Dose: Lindsay Perry is a triple-threat musician, surfer, and model

If you haven't heard of Lindsay Perry yet let this be your first introduction to your dream girl. Perry hails from Satellite Beach, Florida Perry grew up around the mellow surf culture of the area. Naturally, she became a surfer herself. She is also a very talented up-and-coming musician who recently opened for Donavon Frankenreiter and Tom Curren at New Jersey's Stone Pony. And ontop of those two things she's also a model for Billabong. On this episode of Dose, host Michaela Eichenbaum catches a live set Perry performs at E Street Cafe in Encinitas, California. Afterwards they have a chat and we find out about Perry's music, her new record that she's working on called [L.O.V.E.]2, and her Kickstarter campaign for the new album. Stay tuned for more from Perry and check out her website lindsea.com.

Dose: Here's the top 7 moments from 2013 on Dose

Dose host Tim Brodhagen and the Dose crew have traveled from coast to coast in 2013 bringing you the best in action sports. We had Timbo count down his top 7 moments from 2013 on our Instagram (@NetworkA) earlier these holidays, and figured we'd give you the whole countdown here. Happy Holidays and make sure to follow us on Instagram (@NetworkA). Go back and relive all these moments in their episodes here:

  1. Meeting Christian Hosoi.
  2. Interviewing pro snowboarder Halldor Hellgason after his mega X Games crash.
  3. Talking beach with pro surfers Kelia Moniz and Monyca Byrne-Wickey.
  4. Getting girls to kiss at Coachella.
  5. Skatepark on a boat for Go Skateboarding Day.
  6. Tim beats Travis Pastrana in mini golf.
  7. The kid from Bad Grandpa tells Tim he looks like Tom Brady.
Dose: NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie driver Kyle Larson even races go karts really well

The 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will see an infusion of new talent hitting the track. Among them will be rookie Kyle Larson, who was the 2013 Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Stepping up this year from the Nationwide Series to the Sprint Cup Series is like the equivalent of being called up to the Major Leagues from Triple-A. We got to take some laps with Larson at Pole Position Raceway in Jersey City, New Jersey on this episode of Dose. After Larson dominates Dose host Timbo Brodhagen in the go karts, Larson fills us in on some of the biggest challenges stepping up to the big leagues this year and how NASCAR fans and action sports fans are one in the same. Look for Larson to hit the 2014 Sprint Cup Series running starting February 15 at Daytona International Speedway driving the Target #42 Chevrolet race car.

Dose: Doing yoga with Helen Schettini to prepare for the snowboard season

Professional snowboarders do lots of different things to stay in shape for the upcoming winter. Helen Schetteni does yoga. And on this episode of Dose, we get to do yoga with her in Encinitas, California at Bergamot spot with Lauren Duke. We hear from Schettini about her growing reputation as a backcountry shredder, her epic part in the new Adidas snowboard film and why she spent her summer down south in Encinitas, California.

Dose: Danny Davis reveals Burton's U.S. Olympic snowboard uniform

For the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Burton Snowboards and the U.S. Snowboard team wanted to take things in a completely different direction. Thankfully, that meant no more faux distressed denim. Burton founder Jake Burton and chief creative director Greg Dacyshyn modeled the jacket after a patchwork quilt and the pants were inspired by corduroy. When the Olympic snowboard uniforms were unveiled in New York City, Dose was on hand and caught up with Olympic hopeful Danny Davis to find out what he thinks about the Burton unis. Davis didn't want to jinx anything by actually trying on the uniform before he made the Olympic team, but he did let us in on a little secret that Team USA's uniforms are actually designed by a Canadian (Dacyshyn). Shh, don't tell anybody.

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Dose: Olympic snowboarder Kelly Clark ranks her 5 most influential female riders

Snowboarder Kelly Clark is one of the most influential female riders of all time. She has won two Olympic medals in halfpipe and will attempt to qualify for her third Olympics at the Sochi 2014 Winter Games. But who influenced the influencer? Clark spoke with Dose host Tim Brodhagen and ranked the 5 female snowboarders who had the biggest impact on her riding. These are snowboarders who blazed the path for women in snowboarding, including Tricia Byrnes, Barrett Christy, Nicola Thost and more.

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Dose: Carissa Moore thinks she still has a lot to learn after second world title

At 21-years-old Carissa Moore already has two ASP Women's World titles to her name. Just for reference, by the time Kelly Slater turned 21 he only had 1 world title. On the new episode of Dose host Tim Brodhagen sits down with the freshly crowned two-time champ Moore while she was in New York City for Glamour magazine's Women of the Year event. Moore talks about all the things she still has to learn about surfing, meeting Lady Gaga, and the objectification of female surfers. Moore is clearly one of the most genuine people in pro surfing and we have a feeling her second world title won't be her last.

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Dose: Frank April and crew shred Killington Resort

Sure, we've heard plenty about resorts out West like Mammoth Mountain opening up, but what about the East Coast? Frank April of Deja Vu fame rounded up a heavy crew of snowboarders including Jeremy Cloutier, Guillarume Marquis, Frank Bourgeois, and Dakota Whitaker to hit up Killington Resort in Vermont for some early-season East Coast park laps. Don't be afraid to admit you like the soundtrack...

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Dose: Pat Moore explains his wall splat to boardslide in Volcom's "IP3" video

From time to time there are things that happen in sports that stop everything in their tracks and boggle our minds. The manuever is so futuristic that it begins a trend and changes things overnight. If you have seen Pat Moore's part in Volcom's recent IP3 snowboard video then you know what we are talking about. On this week's episode of Dose Moore breaks down his wall splat to boardslide that turned things upside down in street snowboarding. It is a total game changer that we are just starting to wrap our heads around.

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Dose: Jussi Oksanen's 5 workout tips to get in snowboard shape

There was a time when doing any kind of fitness training was frowned upon in snowboarding. Working out is what jocks did, went the thinking. But with the progression of snowboarding being pushed further and further, the demands on riders' bodies increased and more of them found themselves becoming the dreaded "A" word: Athletes. Jussi Oksanen has been one of the top snowboarders for a long time. The reason for his success and longevity isn't magic (alright, some of it is magic). Oksanen trains at Ezia Human Performance gym in Carlsbad, California, to be strong and flexible come snowboarding season. Oksanen invited dose host Michaela Eichenbaum to train with him at Ezia and showed us 5 tips for getting in better snowboarding shape this season. And if watching Oksanen work out still feels to jock-y for you, he also talks about his part in Burton Snowboards' [Backcountry] video and his plans for this upcoming season.

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Dose: Jamie Lynn is the grandpappy of the Vans Snowboarding team

Twenty years is a long time by any measurement. It's an especially long time in snowboarding. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Vans' snowboarding program, the company threw a party at the House of Vans in Brooklyn. Newer members of the Vans snow team were there like Pat Moore and Hana Beaman, but the star of the evening was legendary snowboarder Jamie Lynn. Lynn has been part of Vans for 19 of the 20 years the snow team has been around and is still the owner of one of the sickest methods in the game. Lynn is also an artist who showed his work for the first time on the East coast at the House of Vans. Dose host Tim Brodhagen was there to talk with Lynn about why he has stayed with Vans for all this time and to get his thoughts on the current members of the team.

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Dose: Spencer Fujimoto is making skateboarding's first jewelry line

OG street skater Spencer Fujimoto wanted to do something different in the later stages of his skating career. The typical route is to start a clothing company, but those brands often get lost in the shuffle. So Fijimoto decided to start skateboarding's first and only jewelry company called El Señor New York. His first collection is called "The 7 Wonders of Skateboarding," and it includes iconic skate spots such as Love Park, the Brooklyn Banks, Embarcadero, and Hubba Hideout. On this episode of Dose Fujimoto talks with host Tim Brodhagen explains the origins of El Señor and his process for creating new pieces (dental tools are involved), all of which is done in New York City.

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Dose: The kid in "Bad Grandpa" got the job because he punched Johnny Knoxville

Johnny Knoxville has grown up a lot from his Jackass days. Now he's taken one of the funniest characters from Jackass (that old drunk grandpa Irving Zisman) and made a whole movie around him. On this episode of Dose, host Tim Brodhagen hits the red carpet premiere of Bad Grandpa to speak to the movie's stars. Brodhagen found out how Knoxville gets away with all those epic pranks. He also found out that the actor who plays Knoxville's grandson in the film, Jackson Nicoll, is a certified badass who got the gig becausehe punched Knoxville. Also, Bam Margera makes an appearance wearing what looks like a lot of quilts and afghans.
Bad Grandpa hits theaters on October 25, so be sure to check it out.

Dose: Bryce Wettstein is a 9-year-old girl and she skates better than you

Remember this name: Bryce Wettstein. Most action sports phenoms pop on the radar around the age of 10 (think Ryan Sheckler and John John Florence), so the 9-year-old skater already has a leg up on those guys. On this episode of Dose Wettstein shows off her backyard bowl and her massive iguana named Spike. Wettstein also gives host Michaela Eichenbaum a quick skate lesson. You are going to be seeing a lot more from this skater in the years to come so act like you know.

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Dose: 120 seconds of handshakes with Lil Wayne, P-Rod, and more

To commemorate Dose's 100th episode host, we put together a supercut of host Tim Brodhagen shaking the hands of his favorite guests. Everyone from Lil Wayne to Paul Rodriguez to Eric Koston to the Flatbush Zombies have gotten to touch the skin on Brodhagen's hand.

Dose: Mountain bike pioneer Jeff Lenosky hits the trails in New Jersey

Even though he is now a legendary mountain bike rider who is known around the world, Jeff Lenosky started out as a skateboarder and a BMX rider. But eventually those pursuits weren't cutting it anymore for him.Growing up in New York City, he somehow found the young sport of mountain bike trials style street riding. On this week's episode of Dose, host Tim Brodhagen meets up with Lenosky at New Jersey's Mountain Creek to learn about the beginnings of the sport, his progression from trials style to downhill enduro, and how Giant Bicycle's new 27.5 inch tire is revolutionizing the sport.

Dose: Don't ask graffiti artist Pixote what "Pixote" means

Walk around New York City for a bit and it's hard to not come across the large-scale artwork of Pixote. Like most graffiti artists (the ones who do real graffiti, not the ones who have crossed over into mainstream art), not too much is known about Pixote and that's just the way Pixote wants it. But to celebrate the release of his collaborative skate deck series with Fools Gold Records and Shut Skateboards, Dose caught up with the reclusive artist to find out about his love of skateboarding and music and the thrill that he still gets from graffiti. The collaboration comes together with Shut's Pat Hoblin skating by some of Pixote's signature pieces as the music of Fool's Gold artist Black Atlass plays.

Dose: Wheelchair athlete Aaron "Wheelz" Fotheringham talks MegaRamps, Nitro Circus

Wheelchair athlete Aaron "Wheelz" Fotheringham is one of the most inspirational people there is. He's also really friggin' gnarly. When he was in New York City to help promote the Nitro Circus U.S. tour, he got around by skitching behind a cab in his wheelchair. That ballsy approach won't come as a surprise to anyone whose saw Wheelz's attempt to ride vert skater Bob Burnquist's MegaRamp on Burnquist's Dreamland series. In his interview with dose host Tim Brodhagen, Wheelz, who was born with spina bifida, talks about how he never feels sorry for himself. That means you shouldn't either. So no more dudes coming up to him, patting him on the shoulder and saying, "Sorry." Instead, get a ticket to Nitro Circus so you can see how much cooler Wheelz is than you.

Dose: Skimboarding with world champion Bill "Beaker" Bryan

Although few people have heard of him, Bill "Beaker" Bryan is to skimboarding what Kelly Slater is to surfing. The only difference is that Bryan has more world titles (15 to Slater's 11) and hair. The skimboarding legend was kind enough to give dose host Michaela Eichenbaum a private lesson in Laguna Beach, California, and talked to her about his favorite skim spots (Cabo is to skim what the North Shore is to surf), his success on the FlowRider, and why skimboarding is so great (you can catch a wave and then go right back up the beach and grab a bite of your sandwich).

Dose: Travis Pastrana's first interview since becoming a father

Motocross legend, rally champion, crazy stuntman, and now NASCAR driver Travis Pastrana recently became a father. There probably isn't a more accomplished racer across so many different vehicles than Pastrana. But fatherhood and NASCAR, well those are different stories. In Pastrana's his first interview since he and wife Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins Pastrana welcomed their baby girl Addy into the world, he played some mini golf with Dose host Tim Brodhagen and discussed the difficulties of life on the NASCAR circuit, the new Nitro Circus Live, and his new baby girl.

Dose: Hot 97 DJ Cipha Sounds talks snowboarding, Dave Chapelle

Hot 97's Morning Show DJ Cipha Sounds is a big snowboarder, which probably comes as a surprise to many but is also just plain awesome. This week on Dose, Tim Brodhagen catches up with Cipha Sounds at the Burton store in New York City to talk about how he got into snowboarding (shout out to Miss Info for introducing Cipha to the wonders of snow shredding). Cipha Sounds also discussed his relationship with comedian Dave Chappelle, first on the Dave Chappelle Show and more recently on Chappelle's Oddball Fest tour, and his weekly hip-hop improv show where rappers like 2Chainz and Action Bronson have turned up to try and get some laughs.

Skateboard filmer RB Umali picks his Top 5 New York City skate clips

Beginning with his groundbreaking work on Zoo York's Mixtape video, NYC based flimer and editor RB Umali has had a huge hand in defining the look and feel of East Coast skateboarding. Umali has seen some of the most iconic tricks in New York City skating go down in front of his camera. Dose asked Umali to pick his five favorite clips and he came up with some bangers from Lennie Kirk, Javie Nunez, Josh Kalis, Billy Rohan, and Brandon Westgate.

Here's what Chris Cole did the day before winning Street League Super Crown

Practice? We're talking about practice.
The 2013 Street League Super Crown world championships went down in New Jersey on Sunday and Chris Cole, the only East Coast skater in the finals, emerged victorious (and $200,000 richer) in front of a hometown crowd. But on Saturday, before the contest pressure ratcheted up, Cole was just another skater throwing down at the Street League course at the Prudential Center. Dose went to check out the practice session and captured a dope edit of Cole, Paul Rodriguez, Nyjah Huston, Sean Malto, Luan Oliveira, Torey Pudwill, Mikey Taylor, and Shane O'Neill throwing down.

Dose: Greyson Fletcher skates NYC with his arm in a sling and still rips

Fletcher and Curren Caples visit the Big Apple for Hurley's Printing Press event.
Hurley recently hosted a party in New York City to celebrate its collaboration with OG graffiti artist Haze. Hurley skaters Greyson Fletcher and Curren Caples flew out from California to check things out, and also to get some skating in. Dose caught up with Fletcher and Caples, and legendary artist Craig Stecyk, while they were in town and spoke with them about everything from artisanal printing techniques to PlayStation4.

Dose: Eminem loses himself at G-Shock party

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, G-Shock throws massive celebration in New York City.
Everyone from Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez to snowboarder Louie Vito to skateboarder Stevie Williams to model Jessica Stam turned out for G-Shock's 30th anniversary party. Aside from showing off some of the most iconic timepieces that the company has released, the event also featured performances from Yelawolf and the legendary Eminem. After 30 years, it's clear that G-Shock still knows what time it is.

Dose: Poser exposure at the Vans US Open of Surfing

The crowd in Huntington Beach loved Mick Machado and Kelly Smith.
The Vans US Open of Surfing draws an eclectic crowd to the shores of Huntington Beach, California. One thing that most of the people in attendance had in common was a massive lack of surf knowledge. It's a good thing that the dose crew was on hand to expose all the posers. Michaela Eichenbaum caught up with everyone from the guy with "Tug Me" written across his stomach to the US Open's unofficial twerk team.

Dose: Laura Hadar has two of the best jobs ever

Laura Hadar splits her time between being a pro snowboarder and running a streetwear store.
After making a name for herself with her urban rail riding, the Nike snowboarder is now adding backcountry charger to her list of accomplishments. Hadar spent last season logging helicopter miles in search of powder. When she isn't on the mountain, Hadar is at her Salt Lake City shop, FICE Gallery, which stocks some of the premier streetwear brands. Dose caught up with Hadar at the Agenda tradeshow to find out how she balances it all and to get the scoop on Nike's upcoming video "Never Not."

Dose: Ed Wonka wants to be the guy to make freestyle fixed gear riding huge

No, he's not related to Willy.
Ed Wonka is a pioneer in the world of freestyle fixed gear bike riding. He was drawn to the freestyle track bike scene because the sport was so new and had so much potential. Wonka wants to be the rider to help freestyle fixed riding grow in popularity. Part of how he is going about that is by starting his own bike company. Wonka recently left Grime Bikes to start his own venture and has put together a team with Mike Schmitt, Devon, Lawson, and Anthony Combs.

Halldor Helgason's X Games Crash & New Tattoos

Halldor Helgason's huge bail in Big Air was one of the gnarliest moments at Winter X, knocking the Icelandic snowboarder unconscious and sending him to the hospital. Yet Tim Brodhagen caught up with him in Aspen just a day after the crash and found Halldor to be in a hell of a good mood, happy to be alive and already getting new tattoos. Check it out only on dose.

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Dose: Brooklyn is pumped up for its new BMX track

Where Brooklyn at? Riding bikes on a dirt pump course, that's where.
The concrete jungle of NYC now has its first dirt pump track for BMX and mountain bikers, and the dose crew got an exclusive look. Located in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg on a site that had been a parking lot for the long-abandoned Domino sugar factory, the track features terrain for riders of all ages and skill levels. With bike and equipment rentals available, the track is going to be a major boost to action sports in New York City. Unfortunately, the park will only be open for one year, so if you're in the hood be sure to check it out soon.

dose: The top 5 items from Agenda NYC

Snapbacks and speakers and skateboards. Oh my!
Tim Brodhagen and the dose crew rolled through the Agenda NYC tradeshow to get a sneak peek at the upcoming apparel and gear from the top brands in action sports and streetwear. It wasn't easy, but Timbo managed to select his five favorite items, which included products from Mighty Helathy, Beats by Dre, Burton Snowboards, Penny Skateboards and more.

Dose: Twins Oba and Olu Stanley are the real Bronx Bombers

Take a tour of the borough with the BMX rider and skater.
While the Bronx is well known for having produced great rappers from KRS-One to Fat Joe, it's also birthed two amazing action sports athletes, twins Oba and Olu Stanley. Oba is a BMX rider who is sponsored by Animal and Obu is a skater. The Stanley brothers talked with dose about what it was like to be into BMX and skating before it was cool and also shared some of the history of their borough, which is slowly becoming a must-visit destination for visiting pros.

Leo Romero and Aaron "Jaws" Homoki crash on the Zumiez Couch Tour

The Neff skate team invades New York City
The Zumiez Couch Tour made its first stop in the Big Apple and the dose crew was there to cover all the action. Neff brought its skate team which has rapidly become a heavy hitter with riders like Leo Romero, Silas Baxter-Neal, Aaron "Jaws" Homoki and Dakota Servold. The skaters did a demo while musical acts AWOLNation and Ninjasonik rocked the stage.

Fred Water filled Transworld's skatepark with all kinds of strange creatures

To help Transworld Skateboarding launch its new redesigned skatepark, Fred Water co-founder Ariel Broggi painted a massive mural.

Aside from being a co-found of the company, Broggi is also an artist, and he spoke with dose host Michaela Eichenbaum about the process that went into the mural. Rather than just plastering Fred Water's logo everywhere, Broggi decided to paint a nature scene. Don't worry, it's not like a Bob Ross painting, filled with happy little clouds. Broggi's mural features intense creatures like eagles, bears and scorpions. The exact kind of spirit animals that skaters will want to channel when they're tearing around the park.

By land or by sea, Go Skateboarding Day goes off in NYC

It may not sleep, but the city definitely skates.
For Go Skateboarding Day 2013, New York City skaters turned out in full force and dose was there to cover all the action. The highlight of the day was Nike SB's floating skatepark that docked on the banks of the Hudson River. Paul Rodriguez, Stefan Janoski, Shane O'Neill and Alex Olson were some of the Nike skaters that turned out to ride on the barge, which was equipped with features modeled after iconic Big Apple skate spots.