Battling A 20 Foot River Gap Frontside Flip In Winter w/ Ryan Decenzo

Canadian skateboarder Ryan Decenzo returns to Whistler, Canada and sets his sights on a new challenge to recreate a plywood snow gap that Rick McCrank Frontside 180’d in the early 2000s in an eS skate video. Ryan raises the bar by traversing a twenty-foot winter creek gap on his skateboard using nothing more than the landscape for power.

Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:31 Ollie
00:58 Kickflip
02:25 Frontside Flip

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Radical Extreme Sports Tour and Academy

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Radical Extreme Sports Tour and Academy

The Radical Extreme Sports tour and academy focuses on youth empowerment and getting them interested in extreme sports like skateboarding, bmx, rollerblades, surfing, and many other sports. They work with youth in underserved areas and in schools. If you’d like to get involved in this sport, there are many things you can do to make sure it’s safe for you.

The first thing you’ll need to do is determine the level of risk you’re willing to take. Extreme sports, such as BMX, are often characterized by extreme risk, high speed, and high adrenaline. BMX is arguably the most extreme sport, and it has become a major star at the X-Games.

It’s not just fun – it’s also highly competitive. BMX competitions draw thousands of spectators each year from around the world. A competitive spirit has fueled the growth of this sport in recent years, and X Games and Gravity Games have provided the stage for it. It wasn’t always this way, however. Before the X Games and Gravity Games, skateboarders were considered troublemakers and thugs, and their skills were not always appreciated by society. Despite the reputation of some skateboarders as troublemakers, skateboarding has been transformed into a sport and is now a recognized extreme sport.

There are several professional extreme sports athletes that compete in these events. While there are many events held throughout the world, these competitions are often held in the winter season. The first Winter X-Games were held in Big Bear Lake, California in 1997 and are held every January/February. These events have grown to include events in Asia, Latin America, Europe Summer (2013), and Oceania.