Woodward Riviera Maya, Mexico

Woodward is building another Action Sport Camp. No Artistic Gymnastics, however. :-(

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Coming soon in 2016, Woodward Riviera Maya will offer the one-of-a-kind chance to snowboard and snow ski in Mexico, along with a skate and BMX park, parkour, cheer and hip hop dance programs and amenities, trampoline, a Digital Media Camp and more.


In fact, they are opening yet another Woodward in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

BMX in 2015

Cirque du Soleil’s Stacy Clark linked to a highlights reel from an event in France. Mostly twisting: riders, their bikes … or both.

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triple back on a bike

(via Charlie Tamayo)

Expedition Idaho Adventure Race

7-days of continuous physical and mental challenge, almost no sleep, bad food, questionable water. Who invented this sport? :-)

To stagger the start of Expedition Idaho, Race Director Dave Adlard, invented a unique prologue.

Teams had to climb the toughest waterslide, starting over if anyone slipped.

If successful, they then took a victory laprunning the Lazy River. Backwards. :-)

This is even tougher than it looks.

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Gymnastics sport scientist Jeni McNeal is running this race.

Good luck.

Festival International des Sports Extrèmes

The FISE World Montpellier is the first stop of the first international extreme sports tour FISE World Series. …

… travel around the world with 4 amazing events. Montpellier in France will be the first one, then Andorra on June 27-29, Malaysia on September 4-7 and China on October 24-26.

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Action sports seem to do a much better job than acrobatic sports at drawing sponsors and an audience.

(via Cirque’s Stacy Clark)

trick bike acrobatics

Thomas G Trapp linked.

Road Bike Party 2

You might have seen trials-riding legend Martyn Ashton’s Road Bike Party on YouTube, where he rides Mark Cavendish’s high-end road bike where road bikes have never gone before. The video has been viewed more than nine million times.

Ashton was close to finishing his sequel Road Bike Party 2 video when he tumbled during a September trials demo and broke his back, leaving him in a wheelchair. Pals – like trials champions and veteran YouTubers Danny MacAskill and Chris Akrigg – helped him finish the video …

Denver Post

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(via Outside)