swan-songs pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 23, 2015 at 10:09Oct 23, 2015
MUST WATCH: Darklight
Check out the ski movie Afterglow if you liked that: https://vimeo.com/108679594?from=outro-embed
swan-songs spawncycles's article
Jun 4, 2015 at 9:30Jun 4, 2015
Video: Give The Kids a Proper Bike and They Take Flight
Hey wow I can do some of that! Oh wait. wait... Nope.
swan-songs tomgrundy's article
Oct 16, 2014 at 10:44Oct 16, 2014
Video: Pure Darkness - The Roadtrip - Trailer
is this just fantasy?
swan-songs brule's article
Sep 3, 2014 at 6:11Sep 3, 2014
Video of the Month: August 2014
By around 100,000 views too
swan-songs RyanLeech's article
Nov 8, 2013 at 5:03Nov 8, 2013
ProVisions 6 - Injuries Justified
Excellent article. I think the biggest thing for people around my age (late teens, I'm 17) is that we feel so invincible. Most of us are too young to have dealt with massive injuries and with all the "extreme" activities that some of us tale part in not being injured is something we just take for granted. Eventually it catches up with you. One simple mistake van have disastrous consequences. Personally, I felt exactly like the invincibility I discussed above. I Longboard, mountain bike, wrestle, wakeboard, and do just about anything I can that I see as fun or exciting. It caught up with me eventually and I dislocated my right shoulder. The worst part of the invincibility is that painful injury just doesn't humiliate you, a month of pain and then you're back at it. That's the way I saw it. 6 months later it turns out that I have a Hill–Sachs lesion, an injury resulting from shoulder dislocation that basically damages the bone and cartilage around the shoulder socket. Now I spend multiple weeks or months away from all the activities I love. Despite all this, the pain I went through and of leaving the things I love behind, will I continue to do everything that I love? Yes. Once you get hooked you can't let go.
swan-songs infinitetrails's article
Aug 15, 2013 at 5:15Aug 15, 2013
MUST WATCH: What If
I think that there's really two ways that it would end up, one being quite negative and the other leading to an amazing, positive impact on your life; however, it really depends on who you are as a person. If one is content to just enjoy the dreams that they are experiencing every night the effect would be extremely negative as you would have no cause to work for you anything; you would just want to go to sleep again so that you could experience those dreams. On the other hand if one sees the dreams not as just a form of entertainment, but also an example of what they could accomplish in there life, it would have, as previously stated, a positive impact on their life. All in all it really comes down to who you are as a person and if you're willing to work to achieve, quite literally, your dreams.
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