Professional mountain biker Kelly McGarry recorded his run at the 2013 Red Bull Rampage with a helmet-mounted GoPro camera. The simple, unedited footage took the Internet by storm, garnering a mind-blowing 18 million views.
Television-broadcasted downhill ski races do not reflect the actual speeds or crushing forces that alpine racers endure. This remarkable short film by Antimedia attempts to expose the raw mental pressure inherent in the sport by capturing the incredible skill and focus of Aksel Lund Svindal.
Downhill skateboarder Tyler Howell embraces his surf style in the hills of Santa Barbara, California, stylishly descending at vomit-inducing speeds — wearing nothing more than a pair of shorts and a t-shirt.
Mountain biker Bryan Gregory attempts to keep up with his dog, Kaia, on a piece of Pacific Northwest single track. This film might not appeal to cat people, but if you’re a dog person, your little heart may just burst with joy.
This visually crushing short film by legendary cold-water surf photographer Mickey Smith might be classified more appropriately as a poem. Disturbingly heavy waves, documented at high frame rates, are rendered in icy tones and narrated with sparse, humble words.
World-renowned free solo climber Alex Honnold went to Mexico in January with the talented Camp4 film crew in hopes of capturing what many regard as the most difficult ropeless climb ever attempted in history.
Japan’s endlessly deep powder gives itself over to willing participants who drop everything to fly over for the trip of a life time.
Slacklining no longer seems to need the expanse of trees, crevasses or other earthbound objects — only some kind helium and a cool buzz.
The U.K. climbing scene is notorious both for its strict traditional ethics and its high caliber of danger. And, unsurprisingly, it’s a pretty macho scene. But one woman — the petite blonde Hazel Findlay — is putting the lads to shame.
There's a highly anticipated beast of a winter wave in Newport Beach, California, that rolls in heavy and attracts hordes of brave souls who attempt to drop into its steep face.
Perhaps the best seven minutes ever in a ski film: Sherpas Cinema spares no expense to film some of the most amazing ski footage on the planet.
Surfer John John Florence continues to reinvent surfing with his extremely powerful, almost inhuman ability to push the boundaries on a wave.
If you dare give acclaimed director Skip Armstrong full creative control over a short kayak film, you'll get a sneak peak into the depths of his mind. We may never know what a panda with super powers has to do with the dreams of an amateur kayaker, but at least we'll all have a better understanding of Armstrong.
Lacking snow, but clearly not courage and poise, Johan Jonsson skis lines that any sane person would avoid. Directed and filmed by Erik Henriksson.
It’s time to clear the kids out of the park if you’re uncomfortable with nudity. Taken from Sweetgrass Production of Valhalla, this clip is outrageous and brilliant at the same time.