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From exclusive interviews to the coolest parties to the most important contests, dose is on the scene covering skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding, skiing, biking and motorsports with an authentic voice and unique style.

Not only is Austin Horse fresh off his second victory at the Cycle Messenger World Championships, he's also neck-deep in diplomatic work providing bicycles to refugees in the Middle East through a program called Way of the Bike. Learn how a bike messenger went from delivering packages in NYC to changing the world one bike at a time on a brand new episode of Dose.

NYC-based artist, skateboarder, and activist Billy Rohan had an eureka moment while painting a storefront roll gate in NYC last year: To beautify the grey metal gates in front of businesses with paintings by well-known artists. For a city with a long history of fighting graffiti it was a long shot but Billy ultimately won a $30,000 grant from the Lower East Side BID and is now on his way to installing art on 100 Gates between Delancey and Canal and Essex and Allen streets in the LES. Learn how he made it happen only on a new episode of Dose.

While cruising the 2015 New York International Auto Show, Timbo and the Dose crew ran into skate legend Bucky Lasek, who was on hand to help launch the new Subaru STI Performance concept car and show off his sparkling GRC-ready whip. We got him to break down what it's like being the only person in the world living the dual dream of being a pro skater and pro rally car driver at the same damn time, and (spoiler alert!) it's more work than you'd think. If you like to flatspot urethane and slay rubber, then this one is for you.

Timbo and the Dose crew hit the 2015 New York International Auto Show for a sneak peek at the freshest new cars on the planet. Get a first look at new whips from Toyota, Ford, Scion, Aston Martin and more as we bring you our top 5 picks. And check out our top 5 story lines from the NYIAS here.

Union Surfboards is one of the only companies shaping surfboards within the confines of New York City. Started by friends and life-long surfers Jeff Schroeder, Charlie Porter, and Christopher Williams, they pride Union on custom hand shaped surfboards exclusively with the New York surfer in mind.

Offering a wide-array of shapes, head shaper Chris takes us through the shaping process at their studio in Brooklyn. Not only do the guys at Union have a solid thing going, but they also "test" their boards year-round for some crucial R&D. Only on Dose are you going to find NYC-shaped surfboards.

Check them out on their website and pick up a board of your own, or maybe even set up an appointment to shape your own surfboard with them:

Photos courtesy John Kelsey

Each year I make a pilgrimage to the snowboarding and adventure Mecca of Colorado to partake in all of the goodness that amazing state has to offer.

This year I joined a group of friends including TJ Mizell (A$AP Ferg's DJ and Jam Master Jay's son), Roofeeo (drummer for TV on the Radio and producer of "All About the Money"), photographer Craig Wetherby and filmer Eddie Grams for a trip we dubbed "The Mile High Tour."

Along the way we linked with everyone from Danny Davis and Mark McMorris to Diplo and the Major Lazer Crew for a trip that went from shred missions to an epic house in Aspen during X Games to fun times with Burton Snowboards in Denver to a night with Damian Marley and Major Lazer at Red Rocks and back to more shredding.

It was pretty f—king rad. I can't wait for next year!

Check out some of our tour rewind featuring photos by Craig Wetherby, Gabe L'Heureux, and Eddie Grams and the tour mini movie by Eddie Grams and you'll see what I mean.

Get a look at the future of DIY drift as Tim Brodhagen goes behind the scenes with Ryan Tuerck and Chris Forsberg on the set of the second season of Drift Garage. From upping the production ante to settling the score with a brand new Game of Drift, Tuerck and Forsberg give some sneak peeks at the new season before taking Timbo on the ride along of his life, only on the latest episode of Dose.

Drift Garage returns to Network A on Tuesday, March 24

Instead of focusing on himself for his new show celebrating 30 years in the game, iconic NYC photographer and the mythic "4th Beastie Boy", Ricky Powell, decided to use the opportunity to showcase artists that inspire him. From legends like Dr. Revolt and Ron Galella to up and coming artists like Joey Glover and Pat Hoblin, "If You Ask Me, It's About The Soul" is proof that art is not dead in NYC. Don't believe us? Just check out our behind the scenes look in the latest episode of Dose.

Sacred Gallery: 424 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY

Exhibition Dates: 3/5/15 - 4/26/15

Considered by many to be NYC's best homegrown skateboarder, Leo Heinert had a break out year in 2014 releasing a banging edit for TORRO! skateboards followed by a crazy Video Check Out for Transworld before finishing out with a strong showing at the Tampa Am. Peep it as Leo destroys his home skatepark 50-50 in Staten Island and gives Timbo the exclusive on his plans to go pro, only on Dose.