George Thornton hoped that enough dynamite would disintegrate the carcass; instead, as news anchor Paul Linnman explained, "Pieces of meat passed high over our heads, while others were falling at our feet"
Oregon's "infamous exploding whale" is back in the news, and that's probably enough to make those who witnessed the 1970 demolition attempt cringe at the memory.Read More →
Surfers brave menacing conditions at So-Cal's heaviest wave
The June gloom was thick and heavy on Friday morning when the biggest south swell of the summer so far steam rolled into The Wedge. […]Read More →
Thousands of red snapper are being killed each year in the Gulf of Mexico, and the U.S. government is the responsible party, according to a report by Local 15/WPMI-TV in Mobile, Alabama. Undercover video shows oil rigs being blown up and thousands of red snapper and other marine life being killed as a result of a federal mandate that dictates old, abandoned oil and gas rigs in the gulf be removed. Here's the exclusive report from Local 15:Undercover video obtained by Local 15..Read More →
Pat Casey doing his thing on his backyard mini ramp. Casey, whom recently landed the first decade backflip, to my knowledge, at FISE, is becoming one of the biggest names in BMX. Been a while since some one fooled with the flip to footjam combo. Can't believe that trick...Read More →
Some long icepicks and one hell of a barspins, this edit is extremely street-oriented and in a good way. Lots of good rails, ledges, etc. And filmed by Tocco so it's easy on the eyes.Read More →
Juicy gets it done in his first, I believe, full web edit for Volume/Demolition. This Los Angeles street shredder has great style and an ability to produce at any spot you bring him to.Read More →
Stevie Churchill put in work for this little Demolition promo video for their new cranks. The banger clip is a big, clean, lofty 3 over the infamous El Toro stairset and there's a hint of more to come from El Toro for Stevie in a future video.Read More →
Long-time Volume/Demolition rider has stepped down from Volume to ride for Verde. We'll still see him on Demolition, though, and I'm sure Greenhouse is stoked on picking up another big name in BMX.Read More →
Long time Volume team rider Ryan "Biz" Jordan is leaving after receiving an offer from who knows. Biz is still, however, on Demolition. Demolition is also done with their Last Chance DVD and is having a video premiere on Saturday, April 16 at the DC Shoes warehouse. Scroll down for the flyer and the trailer:Read More →
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