I came across this quote most recently at the bottom of a restaurant menu a year ago. It’s always stayed in my mind as a good message when thinking about a new year and what lies ahead. A reminder that whilst not always the easiest route, a life less ordinary…
Lost Boys Collective:
This video was released earlier in the year but it has recently been awarded the “top trails web edit” by Can You Dig It website. It was filmed and edited by a long time friend Scott Greentree and is a rad way to end the year so let’s all see it again.
We head to the Pacific Northwest to catch up with legendary snowboarder Jamie Lynn. Jamie takes us through his local Mt Baker resort and the Mt Baker Banked Salom whilst sharing his thoughts on snowboarding, the XGames and his time as a professional.
The name Joe Rich is steeped in BMX history. Co-Founder of the brand TerribleOne, and the infamous T1 ramp, a staple in the Austin BMX scene along with being one of the most travelled BMX riders. Joe has always offered a unique perspective on riding and the life that goes alongside it, always with the person and BMX coming first. In the third episode from Diggest we get to hear some insights into a true icon.
Henrick Lund and Eirik Ballo took advantage of a long Norwegian summer putting this clip together over a couple days. There’s been a lot of good skating coming out of Europe lately especially from the HUF camp which is always good to see. This is no exception.
Christian Fletcher is the embodiment of the term ‘Living Legend’. A product of great surfing lineage and a family that continually pushes the boundaries of surf and skateboarding Christian is still charging today. Ahead of his time in 80’s surfing with huge airs and variations, skating alongside the biggest names…
Carrying on from the TCP video below is a re-up of the second Polar video released at the end of 2012, No Complies and Wallrides + Shuvits.
What Youth put together a crew consisting of Ishod Wair, Peter Ramondetta, Shane O’Neill, along with legendary skateboarder-photographer-come tour guide Arto Saari and headed to The Copenhagen Pro. The TCP is one of the rawest skateboard comps in the globe held in the incredible city of Copenhagen that seems to exist in one big party. This clip features footage in and around the comp, a massive list of cameos and a chat with Polar’s Pontus Alv.