At the tail end of the 2017 season, a crew of legends set out over the course of a few weeks to shred terrain both old and new and created a four-part series called "Powder Hounds."
Getting racers ready to deal with downed riders A solid group of racers, industry, and media are now all CPR/first aid certified because of the Kurt Caselli Foundation and its first, free-to-participants first-aid training days. Cole...Show More Summary
How to make a fast mini faster Pro Circuit brought more power and a lot more crispness to the already potent TC 85 engine. Chris Tedesco A young racer could find themselves on the gate against one or more of the nation’s most promising factory recruits on their finely tuned factory machines. Show More Summary
An Alternative to the Stock KTM Dual-locking Gas Cap This article was originally published in the July 2017 issue of Dirt Rider. CJ Designs Billet Fuel Filler Neck For KTM 950/990 $395/pair in black and orange $385/pair in machined finish Seiji...Show More Summary
Will Baggett bring 2017 momentum into 2018? Baggett got his first win on a 450 last summer, at Thunder Valley. Pete Peterson Rocky Mountain ATV/MC KTM’s Blake Baggett is going into his second season with the team. Last year he finished third at the Atlanta supercross then followed that up with four top-five finishes. Show More Summary
Our brothers to the north in Canada have released Dweeb, a ten-minute video by Jordan Weins featuring Dan Belanger and Bryan Barbier and supported by a bunch of other guys including a cameo from Virginia native, Chris Wimer. Medium Skate Mag has an interview with the man behind the lens plus a few photos.
Looking out at the northern part of Bears Ears National Monument. I had driven by the sign a hundred times, but never gone down the road. Someone in the group suggested we drive out to the Needles Overlook, since we had all come together to talk about Bears Ears National Monument, and this would give […]
Corporate acquisitions and a challenging retail climate could alter the price and personality of the industry’s biggest wool-apparel brands
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The Olympian and filmmaker on mastering work-life balance—a skill she learned the hard way
Finland shares an 833-mile border with an aggressive and unpredictable neighbor. That proximity led to a major conflict during World War II—the horrific Winter War—and even now it keeps Finns nervous about Russia’s intentions. David Wolman suited up to train with the elite soldiers who will be on the front lines if this cold feud ever gets hot.
It won’t arrive in time for Christmas, but Karl Watson’s new kids book (illustrated by Henry Jones) might be the perfect late January gift for they kids you know. Titled, My First Skateboard, the book tells the story of how skateboarding can change the world. After 30 years of skateboarding in San Francisco and around […]
Darin “D’Beau” Black, 46, the owner of the DeckadencE skateboard shop in Pocatello, Idaho could be up for 20 years in prison on charges stemming from a fight that happened in the alley beside his shop at 3 AM on September 16, 2017, according to a story in the Idaho State Journal. Black was charged […]
Altamont is proud to announce that Dakota Servold has joined their skate team. To celebrate this addition, they’ve partnered with Dakota’s board sponsor Foundation Skateboards to release two custom skate decks featuring the same Clay Halling artwork as his two new Altamont collaboration tees. We call that synergy.
Manny Santiago, Walker Ryan, Garrett Hill, Gantry Hill, and Mike Mo set out on a week long road trip up to South Dakota to put on the first skateboarding demo in Rapid City. The post Road To Rushmore Tour, Hotshot Handle appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
That nollie heelflip at MACBA is gnarly! The post Thiago Lima, Al Carrer Skate Shop appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
Musquin, Anderson, Roczen, and Tomac. Which rider is ready?