If ever David Cronenberg ever needs a DIY off-roader for one of his movies, now he knows where to turn: The maniacs at Dirt Every Day, who fused a Ford Ranger to a Land Rover in order to create one of the coolest (and creepiest) four-wheelers we've ever seen. Check it out.
In this week's episode of NKA Project, Nigel Alexander teaches you how to shoot awesome skate videos with your phone. Learn how to create a rig using a selfie stick and even helpful tips on camera positioning and placement. There'll be no excuse for janky cellphone footage after watching this episode.
This one is gonna change everything
Chris Forsberg checks out the winged beasts
After some steering mods and tire upgrades, it's off to the track
Signal Snowboards cap an epic 2012/13 winter with a good old fashioned derby race! Paying tribute to traditional pinewood derby races, Signal founder Dave Lee rounds up pinewood 2x4s as the foundation for these unique snowboards. The Signal crew then gets to work in the factory planing and gluing the 2x4s to create the base for each board. Custom graphics are added, then it's time to hit the road to Mammoth Mountain. Snowboarders Ian Thorley, Dylan Synnott, Joey Yorba and friends meet up with Dave to transform these boards into their own custom derby destroyers! With boards assembled the guys hit the hill to compete on their creations. You won't believe the speed these guys get on 2x4s! Goodbye winter—hello summer 2013!
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Nigel Alexander's "How To Film Skateboarding" series continues on this week's episode of NKA Project. Nigel breaks down the basics of how to capture the best skate lines for your next video. Take note as Nigel explains the basics of camera positioning , pushing techniques and even the right skateboard to use.
Listen, we all know Chris Farley wasn't a huge van of living in a van down by the river, but we think that nomadic lifestyle sounds pretty rad...provided you have the know-how to pull it off, of course. Before you even begin to consider packing up and leaving it all behind, however, one thing you will definitely need to know is how to convert your trusty van into a bonafied camper, and this quick DIY walkthrough will certainly help. From loft installation to cooking tips, this one packs a lot into a little, so sit up, shut up, and pay attention.