In the third episode of “Brothers on the Run,” the perfect conditions allow the boys to get another day of amazing riding in. After witnessing Eric and Travis tear up the slopes, John can’t help but take a few runs of his own. The already injured wild man takes a wicked spill, but somehow manages to ride away unscathed. Watch as the crew try some innovative tricks in the Alaskan fresh powder, before heading to the next destination.


The Wingsuit expert and  BASE jumper – Miles Daisher.

Bagjump freedrop Extreme jumping from high heights onto a large bag also known as bag jumping. This involves a professional jumper (Daniel MosI) from demonstrating his ability of jumping back flip stunts and diving tricks from extreme 30m heights onto a large air bag.

Tom Schaar

May 13, 2012

Tom Schaar (Malibu, CA) made skateboarding history by successfully landing the world’s first 1080 degree spin. The trick involves three full aerial revolutions, and requires a lot of speed. Guinness World Record.

ZERO-G Experience!

May 5, 2012

Zero Gravity Corporation is a privately held space entertainment and tourism company.

The experience offered by ZERO-G is the only commercial opportunity on Earth for individuals to experience true “weightlessness” without going to space.

The flight portion of a ZERO-G Experience lasts approximately 90 to 100 minutes. During the flight 12-15 parabolas are performed each providing about 30 seconds of reduced gravity or weightlessness. By the end of the flight you will log about 6-7 minutes of reduced gravity

A ZERO-G Experience is available starting at $4,950 per person. Your ZERO-G Experience includes 12-15 parabolas, your own ZERO-G flight suit, ZERO-G merchandise, a Regravitation Celebration, certificate of weightless completion, photos and video of your unique experience.

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ZG 298 by bryan rapoza

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ZG Brochure 2007-2010 by bryan rapoza

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Jetman by John Parker

Yves “Jetman” Rossy once again pushed the boundaries of aviation by completing a fabulous flight above the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The carbon-kevlar jetwing is equipped with four jet engines, each with a 22 kg thrust, thus propelling the Swiss aviator at a speed of 200-300 km/h which he controls via a simple hand-held throttle in his hand. To adjust his trajectory and his altitude, he relies exclusively on maneuvering his body, shoulders and legs.

He  is the only man to fly with a rigid wing equipped with four jet engines.

Watch Signal Snowboards build a tribute to Steve Jobs:  iShred-snowboard-iBoard

Torey Pudwill

May 2, 2012

Torey Pudwill’s Big Bang

Marco Feichtner – Ride Snowboards Pro

Wach him trigger an enormous avalanche ! Incredible video !