Archive | June, 2011

Jump Ship – Victoria Harbour barge bike jump jam

Jump Ship – Victoria Harbour barge bike jump jam

The Freeride Mountain Bike World Tour stopped in Victoria Harbour on the weekend for a barge jump jam called ‘Jump Ship’. All accounts sound like it went down in grand style and was a great spectator [...] [...more]

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Canadian Brother & Sister 1st to Kite-Ski the Northwest Passage

Canadian Brother & Sister 1st to Kite-Ski the Northwest Passage

UPDATE #3 – Warning: embedded videos below may automatically play. Eric & Sarah McNair-Landry have completed their journey to navigate the Northwest Passage. They kite-skied, skied and walked from Tuktoyaktuk, NT to Pond Inlet, on Baffin [...] [...more]

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The Grand Tour of Mountain Biking

The Grand Tour of Mountain Biking

The Great Divide Route is the world’s longest off-pavement cycling route. It covers 4418 kms through Alberta, British Columbia, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico along the Continental Divide. If completed a rider will have [...] [...more]

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Parallels Ski Video

Parallels Ski Video

Dendrite Studios has released their Parallels video which was a 7 day epic of shooting and editing for the Intersection at 2011 Telus Ski & Snowboard Festival. I have posted the work of Dendrite Studios before [...] [...more]

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Surf video for Paul McCartney’s ‘Blue Sway’

Surf video for Paul McCartney’s ‘Blue Sway’

Jack McCoy has made some wonderful surf videos over the years. Word got to Sir Paul McCartney that they should work together. Paul just happened to have a 20 year old, unpublished song he wanted to [...] [...more]

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Climbing High in Holland

Climbing High in Holland

Readers are forgiven if they assumed the title of this story is referencing marijuana and not some lofty peak in Holland for obvious reasons; Hollands cafes and its complete lack of mountains. However, what the Dutch [...] [...more]

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UPDATE: Surf Legend Andy Irons dead at 32

UPDATE: Surf Legend Andy Irons dead at 32

RIP Andy Irons. 1978-2010 ————————— UPDATE #1 Andy Iron’s family have released a statement regarding the circumstances surrounding Andy’s death on the Billabong website. The article concludes, that Andy died a natural death from a sudden [...] [...more]

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Unique surfing videos: tarps, lino and lego.

Unique surfing videos: tarps, lino and lego.

As the waves complete their transition from winter monsters into summer lollygaggers maybe it is time to embrace tarp surfing and some of the other ways to pass time on flat days. Check out some of [...] [...more]

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3 Must-See Time Lapse Videos

3 Must-See Time Lapse Videos

The time-lapse photography of TSO Photography has recently been going viral. Norwegian Terje Sorgjerd is clearly a talented landscape photographer and he has captured imaginations of people around the world with his images. His latest video [...] [...more]

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UPDATE 2: Sailor seeks to be youngest to solo around the world

UPDATE 2: Sailor seeks to be youngest to solo around the world

Update 2 Laura Dekker continues her progress to become the youngest person solo circumnavigate the world via sail boat. After crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Verde, off the west coast of Africa, she arrived at [...] [...more]

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