(I promised myself that I would never enter the words "Life of Ryan" into this site under any circumstances...BUT...) There is a website out there that, from time to time, does a lot of good work writing about action sports.Ã‚Â I cruised over there today to get a taste of what they were up to these days, and was confronted with a shocking, hideous spectacle: A full-on Life of Ryan Episode Six recap.Ã‚Â I could go on here about how they included a fully-captioned photo gallery, vide read more
Stevie Williams has been around for a minute, and for good reason, he kills it, pop like no ther. I just read this interview on Vice its worth passing it along as well as this photo gallery from Serbia of all places. In addition I thought I'd add a few vids for your enjoyment. His part from the DC Video The Stevie Williams Documentary, pretty good production value, black and white super 8 footy Ã‚Â
In part 1 of the Brooklyn Machine Works coverage Joe Avedesian gave us a tour of the shop.
Rusty kills it with an obscene amount of trick variations from wake-to-wake 720s to huge glides off the double-up. He rocks it on the rails by sailing over massive gaps with 270-ons.
Danny shows he's got style with a ton of trick variations and he throws everything big. Watch out for huge 900s off the double-ups and the way he kills the rail pool gaps.
Chad edges in and hits a ton of massive double-ups where he throws lots of spin variations including 720s, 540s and a nice backslide 180. He destorys wake-to-wake and kills it on the rails including pool rail gaps, C-rails, and a box gap.
This section features some insane tricks. French Canadian Mark Belliveau lands a sick switch frontflip and a switch backflip mute grab. Eric Hjorliefson loves to go big and he proves it with his super laid out cork screw 720s. Then the Schrab brothers tear it up coming out with 1080s, double backflips and even double frontflips. This section is definitely a must have.
The premiere North American ski and snowboard movie festival is invading Aspen/Snowmass this week, as the 2007 iteration of The Meeting rolls into town. All the titans of the snowsports film world will be there, and so will Banquet. Check back here for all the coverage you can handle, as Ice and Rudd will be rolling through town and investigating the party scene for all you readers. The six ski movies being screened are Teton Gravity ResearchÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Lost and Found, Poor B read more
Banquet catches up with Austen Seaholm at the 2006 Dew Tour to ask some pretty annoying questions to this talented skater. He was such a good sport he actually stuck around to answer our questions.. Hey it's all good fun.