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  1. Light Up Snowboards

    How cool would this be for night boarding?
  2. Post you Parkour photos to Win Repution (LIKES). Can you do better than these guys? Credit - www.streets-united.com
  3. Anyone for a caption of what the guy in the phone box is saying? haha Credit - www.streets-united.com
  4. Fearless

    Watch this recent edit by StuntAmazing. Blew my tits off. 😬
  5. Two of the world's most talented surfers face off in the Final of the Billabong Pro Tahiti 2016: Kelly Slater and John John Florence. If you haven't watched this video and you love surfing. It's time you did.
  6. Hell Yeah

  7. Surf Map

    Where to go for the best Surf all Year Round.
  8. Surf Slang

  9. Snowboarding Rules

    Just for jokes obv.
  10. Important advice for the novice skier or snowboarder. Pmsl.
  11. Custom Quad

    Is there anyone that wants this as much as me?
  12. Ever wondered how much the most expensive skateboard costs? Click the link the find out more. https://www.dangeroussports.com/news/most-expensive-skateboard
  13. Nothing like a Mud Battlefield.
  14. Screwed

    PMSL.
  15. First Ride 2017 KTM 450 SXF Factory Edition - Motocross Action. The bike can do a phenomenal 123 mph on the track. This bike features an updated AER 48mm WP air fork as well as many of the bling pieces that are offered on the factory bikes of the stars.
  16. Top speed: 123 mph KTM always produced bikes challenging for fastest two-wheeler on the planet. In the dirt bike category, the 450 SX-F was a Motocross Champion under rider Ryan Dungey. The 449cc engine is used to power a bike weighing just 237 pounds. Equipped with the right rider, KTM 450 bikes will win races among any sprinting dirt bikes. With a top speed of 123 mph, nothing under 450 pounds can compare, so feel free to “drop the hammer.” However don't get too excited unless you have a wopping £7,000 in the bank to pay for it. Yikes.
  17. Staying on electric avenue, we have recently seen a wave of electric e-bikes and e-dirt bikes hit the market. These range from electric push bikes to full on off-road motorcycles. One of the coolest, most unique (in terms of looks) of these bikes comes out of Sweden; the Cake KALK has an eye watering price tag of 14,000 euros – that’s approximately £12,400. But just look at it!
  18. Special editions: Honda CRF450R Dave Thorpe Replica Let’s stick with the key players in the motocross world for the time being. Each year you’ll find that one or two of the big six release special edition models alongside their standard fleet. This can be done for several reasons: maybe to celebrate a milestone or anniversary, or perhaps. Honda released a special edition for 2018. Their Dave Thorpe Replica bike comes with a multitude of extras and trick bits. Readily available in the UK, this motor will set you back £9,049 – that’s over £1,500 more than the stocker!
  19. It might not look very special, but this classic Vincent has just become the world’s most valuable motorcycle by setting a new world record price of almost $1million when it sold at auction in the US this week. As you might expect it’s no ordinary Vincent. It’s an ultra-rare Black Lightning, which was the ultra-exotic, lightweight, racing version of the more familiar Black Shadow. Built to order and distinguished from the Shadow by its racing rearsets, rims, magnesium brake plates, solo seat and more, the Lightning was the most exotic and rare version of the world’s then best superbike. Just 33 were built of which only 19 matching-numbers examples survive. This unrestored, five owner, 1951 machine, originally built for Australian racer Tony MacAlpine, and which has covered just 8500kms, is probably the best in existence. After being sold by MacAlpine it was bought by dealer and racer Jack Ehret who later claimed the Australian land speed record on the machine, hitting 141.5mph. The Vincent was the highlight of Bonhams annual star-studded Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction, which took place on Thursday January 25th at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. Its sale price of $929,000 (or £651,715) makes it the most valuable motorcycle ever sold at auction. According to Bonhams’ Ben Walker there were “cheers and applause” in the packed ballroom when auctioneer Malcolm Barber brought down his gavel. It’s not been disclosed who bought the bike.
  20. Kyle Strait at Red Bull Rampage

    Kyle Strait takes a leap of faith at the Red Bull Rampage in Virgin, Utah, United States - photo by longnguyen - Pinkbike These guys really do take Extreme to the next level.
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