"Uncommon skateboarding tricks in super slow motion. Filmed at 1,000 frames per second with a Redlake N3 high speed camera. Since skateboarding trick names are defined by common usage and these tricks are not very common, some of them don't have well-established names. So here are my best guesses as to what they should be called:
"Nils Arvidsson just got awarded Snowboarder of the year at the Transition Winter Awards held last week end in Sweden.
Rails, Park and Backcountry are Nisse's favorite playgrounds. Needless to say, he loves all kind of terrains and throw massive tricks with his own f.....n' incredible style.
He filmed for Standard Films and had a great part in their latest release 2012 as well as in Alive & Kickin', the last Rip Curl movie
While filming a commercial for a friend's kiteboarding school (video to come soon) in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands I had a chance to do a little skating down the mountain roads. This particular road lead down to the beach that we had been kiting and filming at for the past few days.
Filming was done by Leading Edge Kiteboarding School owners Chris Doyle and Sara Seaver; with additional footage from a GoPro pole-cam setup made out of two shower curtain rods that were duct taped together (classy).
Cold weather getting you down? Perhaps watching a little kitesurfing will warm up those bones.
The Mauritius Kite Jam is an annual event that brings together amateur and professional kiteboarders from all over the world for a 14 day event. Based in Le Morne, Mauritius the event delivers world class kiteboarding conditions, clinics, gear demos, incredible parties and world class music. This year three Cabrinha Internatiional riders came for the event to ride and party.
Don't miss the next Mauritius Kite Jam (26. Oct - 9. Nov 2013)
Alberto Rondina - facebook.com/albyrondina
Keahi De Aboitiz - facebook.com/keahideaboitiz
Jamie Barrow - facebook.com/jamiebarrownz
Filmed and edited by Anders Krüger
FIREFLY shows off some amazing and dazzling technology. Using a Czech Republic designed and built radio controlled helicopter with DSLR cameras mounted to film, a pilot follows skater Jan Minol as he skates through the city at night. What makes this particular video spectacular is not the helicopter that follows him, but the blue neon lights attached to the underside of his deck as he cruises about. This video recieved a Vimeo Staff Pick for it's quality.