We've already seen Nick Tucker's pick Paul Hart throw some hammers, and Keelan Dadd's pick Aramis Hudson perform under pressure. Now it's on to the final Am pick for the last Mountain Dew skate team spot on Skate Dreams With Theotis Beasley.
Mountain Dew team skater Boo Johnson recruits his homie Mikey Haywood. Mikey tackles rough takeoffs, crowds, and shut downs to log clips with a dedicated film crew and skate photographer Atiba Jefferson. Mikey leaves nothing on the table, but is it enough?
Watch episode 4 next Wednesday on Network A to see who gets the coveted spot on the Mountain Dew skate team. Who do you think made the biggest impression on the team—Mikey Haywood, Paul Hart or Aramis Hudson? Hit us up with comments below or at #DewSkateDreams .
Produced and directed by Jon Holland and Ted Newsome
These winter days can get you down man. It's easy to get buried under all the cold, snow, and slush. But if you've got yourself an AWD BMW E30 325iX, then you're probably in good shape.
Photographer Nick MacMaster captured this E30 plowing out of 4-feet of snow like a f—king tank. Snow's got absolutely nothing on this E30.
h/t Car Throttle
Follow surf photographer Stu Gibson's drone around the world as he captures footage of some of the best surfing spots with some of the best surfers. Big waves, perfect waves, and everything in between, Stu is getting some incredible imagery.
Who other than Elon Musk would put an "Insane Mode" on a car? The Tesla P85D houses 691-horsepower and goes 0-60mph in 3.2-seconds, which creates a lateral acceleration of 1G. Dropping this rocket-like propulsion on unsuspecting people will certainly create some insane reactions. So that's exactly what DragTimes did, and the results are quite comical.
Forget granola bars and leave the continental breakfast in its tinfoil tray, because in the latest episode of Every Third Thursday Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew find a whole new way to grab a hot breakfast before hitting the hill.
The solution? Combine a snowboard and griddle into one powder-pounding, pancake-producing machine. Sure, it sounds simple enough, but creating a portable surface hot enough to fry an egg took the Signal braintrust a few tries before they were finally able to whip up both an ingenious solution and slopeside breakfast sandwiches for the whole crew. So grab the maple syrup, pour a hot cup of coffee, and kick back as Signal rider Brandon Schroeder gets this crazy hybrid snowboard cookin’ on the slopes of Mountain High.
How many different uses can you think of for this awesome griddle board? Let us know in the comments below!
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