This dude's record-breaking hoverboard joyride is out of this world

We are pretty sure the Guinness World Record brain trust is just making stuff up at this point, and categories like "Farthest Journey By Hoverboard" are definitely cut-and-dry examples of their increasing irrelevance. That, however, doesn't make this video of Quebecois inventor Catalin Alexandru Duru setting the record aboard his actually real hover machine any less awesome. The future is here, everyone. Give in or be trampled underfoot.

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Transworld's teaser for their new snowboard video proves winter never ends

Winter might be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean it's too early to start thinking about next season. Just ask Transworld Snowboarding, who this week dropped the trailer for their upcoming video, Origins, due for deployment in September. Featuring five crews of riders—including everyone from Kazu Kokubo to Victor De Le Rue—killing five different locales—from Japan to Quebec—this one is bound to get your stoke up for next winter, so check it out and start counting down the days until that first flurry.

Laurent-Nicolas Paquin: DejaVu Movie One Day One Trick Ep. 3

Follow snowboarder LNP through a typical day in freezing Quebec nailing clips for the DejaVu movie. From hotel life, to scoping spots, to build and tear down—this is a typical day in the life of LNP shooting for DejaVu in all his glory. That's a wrap! Subscribe for more episodes from the DejaVu crew all winter long.

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Snowboarder Pat Moore has some secret street spots in Quebec

Pat Moore has been traveling ever since he drove across the country to Califronia at the age of 17. In the premiere episode of his new web series Blueprint, which will follow Moore as he films for his Volcom video, he heads to Quebec to meet up with Nic Sauve and Laurent-Nicolas Paquin to romp around the city looking for "it." Moore himself doesn't really know what "it" is, but based on all the insane spots the crew hits, we think they found "it." By the end of the trip, even Sauve, a Quebec local, admits that Moore knows more street spots than he does. That's high praise coming from a rider as gnarly as Sauve.

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Snowboarder Pat Moore knows how important a great filmer is

On the second episode of snowboarder Pat Moore's web series "Blueprint," snowboard journalist Joel Muzzey sums up the relationship between a snowboarder and a filmer/photographer pretty well:

"Every pro's career is entirely dependent on who they're working with
and how they're working with those people. It's the only way that
anything would ever see the light of day. Otherwise it would be guy
alone on the mountain. If it wasn't for the teamwork nobody would
know anything about any of it."

That's certainly true of the relationship for Moore and filmer Seth Huot. For many years, Huot was on the other side of the lens as a professional snowboarder himself, but has now transitioned into being Moore's primary filmer for his new video project. Watching the two film together around Quebec, it's clear that the two have become a fluid pair.

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