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Weekend Warmup #170

Magma II

From Magma: MAGMA 2 is the continuation of MAGMA. A new location with more features. This video is fully made for the love of skiing. 100% hand built. Featuring Hunter Hess, Alex Hall, produced by Owen Dahlberg

Close Up - Sandy Ward

From Arc'teryx: Sandy Ward, or Kelkeláokik in her traditional language of Ucwalmícwts from the Líl’wat nation, was an inaugural member of the First Nations Snowboard Team, riding in halfpipe competitions across the globe. Now a snowboard, mountain bike, and climbing coach, she’s passing on what she's learned from her time in the mountains. Connecting as many people as possible to the outdoors through her community groups, Indigenous Life Sport Academy and Indigenous Women Outdoors, is her passion. “I don’t want to be known as the snowboarder in my nation. I want all the kids to be known as the snowboarders, mountain bikers or climbers. It’s not just one person, we’re doing this as a community.”

Hometown Shredding - Graham Agassiz

From YT: Hometown Hero Graham Agassiz shows us his definition of #goodtimes 🤘 Taking his custom built Capra on a tour of the trails where he made his name 🇨🇦 If you love big hits, steeze and OG freeride lines... you're in the right place.

Cold Call - Andy Anderson

From Thrasher Magazine: Visiting Venice's landmark spots, Andy links his inspirations from Natas to TA and Rodney, with a freestyle session to boot. Why the helmet? It's in there too.

F1 1980s - The Era of Heroes

From the Videographer: Formula 1 in the 80s. We look at that era with rose-coloured glasses, without any doubt. But still, there is just some special spark about the turbo era between 1980 and 1988. So, why not to add a bit more into that admiration? Drivers taming 1,000 bhp beasts, risking their lives, but still having fun. It was a different era, without that much media involvement and when TV coverage was still 'meh'. There were many different drivers, heroes, like Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell, Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Nelson Piquet and many many others, from various countries, but with amazing stories to tell. But they all had one thing in common - a love for racing. Have fun!


From CULTCREW: When Corey mentioned he had stacked enough for an edit, amongst a bunch of other projects and traveling, we were pleasantly surprised. It proves Corey's never ending creative side combined with amazing talent to make something special every time he rides. He truly embodies the BMX lifestyle and encourages all to get out there and ride. RESPECT.

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+1 Pete Roggeman

great selection!



Thanks Jerry!


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