Weekend Warmup

Date Feb 19, 2015

Human-powered flight has always been something of a pipe dream. Until the day science can graft wings onto our bodies and we take to the air, we’ll just have to get our fix by falling with style.

Sam Smoothie Billygoating at the Freeride World Tour

It’s not so much skiing as it is jumping down a mountain with extreme skill.

Winner Run of Smoothy Sam (NZL) – Swatch… by FreerideWorldTourTV

And here’s what it looked like from Sam’s perspective:

Thierry Neuville at Colins Crest

44 meters is a heck of a distance to fly in a rally car, nevermind the challenge of landing back on an icy course.


Ken Block has far too much fun drifting around in all sorts of wild vehicles. Finally, there’s now something for people who have to drive to dance class too.


One morning, when Gregor Samsa woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed into an ant in a skatepark. Or something like that.

Dress for the Weather

The winter season on the West coast has quite frankly, sucked. At least they’re getting use out of the wetsuits.

Breaking Boundaries in South America

Who knew Peru and Guatemala had such excellent riding?

Aniol Serrasolses and The Keyhole

100 feet of rappelling, broken radios, and an unknown depth at the foot of the waterfall. We’re glad someone else did it first.

There’s a reason they call the Lillooet the “Everest of kayaking.”

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David Reid  - Feb. 20, 2015, 10:51 a.m.

The kayak waterfall is in Pemberton. It is not the Stikine.


TexasRanger  - Feb. 20, 2015, 7:14 a.m.

What in the heck are you talking about?


Duggie Baws  - Feb. 19, 2015, 10:57 p.m.

Can you please stop using "heck" when "hell' would suffice? This is North Vancouver, not Texas.


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