Dave AV has been dropping some insane drone content as of late. His Instagram is a treasure and features some of your favorite riders dropping hammers and even some new up and comers that you should be paying attention too. WMJ and Dave AV hooked up for a killer new edit that is super buttery. Give it a watch and make sure you keep up with Dave AV and all his tight work. #SPACEMOBORDIE
Alex Graydon XGames Part
Felix Georgii XGames Part
Checkout this video Ambush Board Co. posted this morning of Alex getting BROKE OFF for his part! Madness!
Yeah…pretty incredible stuff right? Stop what you are doing and vote HERE and show some love!
Alex Graydon “ALa-Cruzin” UNCUT:
Here is the full “ALa-Cruzin” video from Cole Vanthof, produced by Ambush Board Co.:
3rd and final day of the Shredtown Jamboree
As if things couldn’t get any crazier at the Shredtown Jamboree they finally dropped the Best Line video! Watch our Team Rider Dylan Miller and the crew put together some of the most insane lines with a degree of difficulty that’s off the charts! This was hands down one of the best rider contest ever done and we can’t wait to get out to Shredtown next year for another Jamboree!
On the 3rd and final day of the Shredtown Jamboree riders overall talents were put to the test for the best 3 trick line event in the main park. The wedge to handrail, the choice of the double rooftop or wedge to pipe step down and finishing up with the culvert to deck kicker. After 4 rounds of 5 the athletes voted Dylan Miller, Daniel Grant, James Windsor and Raph Derome all through to a final round. Check out all the action here and find out who takes the cake in the best line event!
Shredtown Jamboree – Best Trick Land Gap
WOW – How heavy are some of these hits? The set up for the land gap isn’t for the average rider that’s for sure. Checkout the worlds best throwing down at Shredtown.
Day 2 of the Shredtown Jamboree was filled with action as 20 of the best riders in the world took to the land gap for a best trick session pulled by the Sesitec 2.0. The setup was built with countless different line possibilities and the athletes made use of every one imaginable. From transfers to wall drops to flips onto rails, we saw it all on Day 2. Congrats to Dom Hernler who won his peers vote for the Best trick of the session.