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Trail Riding on a Strider Bike

Strider Bike Racers

My son and his cousin love their Strider Bikes. And my dad is teaching them to race. Strider Bikes The Strider Bike is an awesome product. It’s the only toddler running bike that I’ve seen that is adjustable for 1 year olds and 3 year olds. I wrote a review of Strider’s pedal-less kick bikes […]

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Ski Dads

I know I posted yesterday about it almost being spring, but I’ve changed my mind. It’s ALMOST winter (in Tahoe at least). My friend Lars posted this great Go Pro video yesterday from a ski day at Squaw Valley with his daughter. Lars is a snowboarder, but at least he knows what’s good for his […]

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Wake-boarding in a Cranberry Bog

One of the cool things about RedBull is that they say, “yeah, that would be cool.” And they do it. Cranberries grow in bogs, what’s a bog? Bogs are one of North America’s most distinctive types of wetlands. They’re strange ecosystems characterized by thick sphagnum moss, acidic waters, peat deposits and a spongy, mat-like substance on the water’s […]

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3 Machines (Videos)

RedBull Kludge As you know, a Rube Goldberg Machine is a pointlessly complex machine that performs a simple, even mundane task. Though usually, Rube Goldbergs don’t envolve world class extreme athletes, the RedBull Kludge is an exception. Derived from the German adjective Klug (meaning “clever”), Red Bull Kluge combines complex machinery patched together with the […]

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LOOK AT THE DROP DAD!!!

Around 7 minutes into this awesome 4 year old helmet cam video he starts trying to get his dad to do a big drop. This kid is awesome! This video from YouTube user Mainhaole was shot on Hellion Trail at Highland Mountain Bike Park in Northfield New Hampshire. The trail is a grey rated, which […]

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Waves and Surfing

I’m not a surfer, but today I saw 3 rad things about surfing. At Roads End:A Look Back at Teahupoo’s Defining Moments This amazing photo gallery of surfing images from a competition at Teahupoo Tahiti. What is amazing is the images that show the incredible relief between the top of a wave and the bottom […]

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Formula Off Road

Ever wondered if it was possible to do the things you did with your toy trucks as a kid was possible with real trucks as a grown up? Formula Off Road is a motor sport practiced in Norway and Iceland in which participants roar up sandy hills in super suped up Jeep like vehicles. Here […]

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Ken Block in San Francisco

My son is 2 years old and is already obsessed with driving. He’s also been to San Francisco. So it stands to reason that somewhere in his brand when he’s zooming his little red Mustang around the floor, he’s dreaming of something like this. Ken Block is a professional rally car driver and stunt driver […]

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Stunt Science: The Physics of Loop The Loop

When I was a kid one of my favorite toys was my HotWheels race track. I had the Criss-Cross-Crash which sent cars around a figure eight track and crashing into each other where the tracks crossed. Later they came out with the Double Dare Loop. It had the same basic concept, but instead of a […]

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Arches Rope Swing

This says it’s the world’s largest rope swing and i don’t necessarily believe that. It is however pretty awesome.   This is obviously somewhere near Arches National Park near Moab Utah, though I don’t know which arch this is. -Mike Via @extremepods

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