Goldstein Productions - 2016 Reel: Six years ago someone told me I wouldn’t make it. Six years later, here we are. We don’t know everything, nor do we pretend to. We’re not film geniuses, we’re just creative dreamers and damn good problem solvers. We’re still learning, still growing, and ignoring the idea of impossible.
Fraser Valley Freeride Series - Pt 1: First of a series dedicated to showing off the trail system in the Fraser Valley. Included in this video are Lorax, Bigguns and Super Bear on Bear Mtn and Time Killer on Sumas mountain. Also features an assortment of hucks built in the surrounding areas. @slopes0and0style@con-rad#fraservalleyfreeride
Live On: Though the Step Up is still alive, due to development the entire area is soon to be destroyed to make way for houses. To have a spot this beautiful remain alive for over a year, was truly amazing. The view is unlike any other. Live On Step Up!
Kitsbow - Breadwinner Cycles: Bicycles, like most well-crafted things, should strike a perfect balance between passion and precision. Meet Tony Pereira and Ira Ryan, the Kitsbow obsessives behind Breadwinner Cycles.
The Sisterhood of Shred Presents: Sugar Showdown 2016 Epic Moment: Lauren Patterson takes her backflip to dirt for the first time at the Sugar Showdown 2016 After years of dedication to the backflip Lauren ends the Pro jump jam by stomping her flip. This is the first flip performed at the Sugar Showdown. See the early progressions of Lauren's flip in the feature length documentary, The Sisterhood of Shred.
Zermatt, Switzerland With Brice and Carston: In the first episode of Singletrack Switzerland, a new Teton Gravity Research mountain bike project produced in partnership with Swiss International Air Lines, Switzerland Tourism, and BMC Switzerland, two American mountain bikers – pro rider Brice Shirbach, and pro skier Carston Oliver – venture to Zermatt, Switzerland.
Lost Cause - Crankworx Les Gets: Justin Sullivan's creative take on Crankworx Les Gets and the rain-beaten slopestyle competition...
Dominik Raab - Linz with Hans Rey: Hans 'No Way' Rey has still got it.
Six Bikes, One Trail: Have you ever had that trail you wanted every bike for?
Ender Ender - Jason Phelan: Jason Phelan in Partners In Crime.
Illustrated Bonus Section - Cory "Nasty" Nastazio: The Nasty one gives you insight on his childhood experiences that still motivate him to ride and progress 'till this day.
Life Beyond Walls - British Columbia: Eric Hjorleifson, Chris Rubens, and Griffin Post hammered a long five hour trek to the summit of Mt. Begbie near Revelstoke, BC. With marginal snow conditions and questionable weather the crew pushed on to summit and ski this iconic peak. Fortunately, the following day the crew got some redemption and laid tracks in the Revelstoke side country under blue skies and overpowering stoke.
Eric Hjorleifson - The Way I See It: Here is Hoji's full athlete extra segment from 2010's "The Way I See It." Hoji spent his winter killing lines at Golden Alpine Holidays' Meadow Lodge and also got a ton of time in the Bralorne BC and Whistler BC zones - over eight minutes of pure, unadulterated, Hoji shred-time!
Valentino Rossi - The Doctor Series Episode 2/5: The second episode in the ‘Valentino Rossi: The Doctor Series’ ventures to one of the most intense, emotional and important Grands Prix on the MotoGP slate: Mugello. In the spectacular Tuscan hills lies the fast and sweeping racetrack at which Rossi has enjoyed and endured some of the finest and most difficult moments of his career.
Lizzie Armanto - The Future of Women’s Skateboarding: At only 20 years of age, Lizzie Armanto has been re-writing skateboarding history. A native of Santa Monica, California, Lizzie started skating in 2007 with her younger brother. Since then she has dominated women's skateboarding, competing in the men's division in international contests, and most recently winning a gold medal at X Games just a few days ago. It's safe to say the future of women's skateboarding is in safe hands.
On Getting Up Again - Rodney Mullen at TEDx: Rodney Mullen is widely considered to be the most influential skateboarder in skateboarding history. He shares with humility and passion how the constant search for improvement has led to outstanding innovations and how we can all learn from lessons of great skateboarders.