DC Shoes is proud to present the very first DC TeamWorks video: Robbie Maddison's AIR.CRAFT. Filmed in a military service airplane graveyard in Tucson, Arizona this short film showcases Robbie's legendary freestyle motocross skills. From Step-ups to airborne shipping containers to backflips over planes, AIR.CRAFT features never before seen stunts in an amazingly unique setting.
But after watching him practice it might be hard not to vote for Jeremy Stenberg.
The Best Whip contest at X Games LA goes down tonight and Jeremy "Twitch" Stenberg is going to be in pursuit of his third Global X Games gold medal in the event this year. Twitch previously won gold at X Games Brazil and Munich, but he isn't sweating whether fans vote for him in LA. With his typical IDGAF attitude, Twitch hit up Robbie Maddison's house to get in some whip practice with Maddo and fellow freestyle motocross riders Taka Higashino, Todd Potter, and Tyler Bereman.
The Best Whip contest starts at 9 p.m. ET tonight.
It's just like riding a bike.
In the latest episode of "On Pace," Travis Pastrana gets out of the NASCAR ride and hops back on to his motocross bike for a DC Shoes photoshoot. Pastrana is joined by fellow DC riders Robbie Maddison, Nate Adams, Adam Cianciarulo, and Jeremy McGrath. Even though his injured right ankle is still not 100%, Pastrana still flies around the track. And since nothing caps off a day of motocross riding like firing guns, Pastrana and the crew spend the night pulling the trigger of some assault weapons.
It's never a dull moment.
On the latest episode of On Pace, Travis Pastrana's hectic life behind the wheel continues. Pastrana tests his rallycross car then hits an X Games kickoff party where he matches his ping-pong skills against Ryan Sheckler, Robbie Maddison, and Ian Walsh. Pastrana has to keep his partying to a minimum because he needs to hop on a private jet for a NASCAR race. As soon as that's over, Pastrana is back on the plane to get ready for the rallycross race at X Games.
Strange things happen when it rains in Southern California
The full story of Josh Hill's devastating injury just as his career was skyrocketing and his long road to recovery. After a breakout Rookie season in 2008, Josh Hill's career came to an abrupt halt in 2010 when he shattered his right femur, pelvis, and humerus attempting an 80-foot backflip while training for X Games. After numerous surgeries, Josh's complications continued as he developed Compartment Syndrome in his opposite leg leaving him paralyzed from the knee down. Hear the full story of Josh's persistence will and determination to get back on the bike and the support he's found with the Dodge/Sycuan RCH Racing Team as he comes back against all odds to sit in 15th place in the 2013 Supercross season! Incredible comeback!
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