Twice a week for the next three months we'll feature the Season 2, the story of five athletes pursuing their outdoor passions. Meet the crew in Episode One.
Mountain bikers Kevin and Jeremy start their quest to build the perfect trail.
Boulderer Thomasina Pidgeon picks her goal for the season and sets out to climb the Method, a V12 in Squamish, British Columbia.
Kevin and Jeremy find what could be mountain-biking paradise in a burn scar. Now all they have to do is build the perfect trail.
The best tricks, waterfalls, and rapids paddled by kayakers in 2011.
Teton Gravity Reseach's latest ski flick was shot in nine locations. It premiers in New York City on Friday.
The removal of Glines Canyon Dam has begun on Washington's Elwha River. Andy Maser Films and American Whitewater give us a look behind the curtain...
A passionate look at bodysurfing in Woodshed Film's lastest, Come Hell or High Water. Read more in Madison Kahn's
Until his paralysis, Josh Dueck was an aspiring pro skier. Now, he's pushing the limits of sit-skiing, winning competitions and going big in the backcountry.
Australian Mark Visser's on a quest to surf the world's biggest waves--even those big enough to flip freighters in the middle of the Pacific. Read Kyle Dickman's profile of Visser
The 5 Gyres Institute sails the world's oceans to study how plastic impacts ecosystems. Watch their adventures in Plasticized, which will be released by year's end.
Five athletes, five sports, one season. For the second year running, Fitz Cahall and Bryan Smith bring you 22 web episodes of athletes playing in British Columbia. Here is what we can expect to see.
Riders sprinted to the finish before a crowd of 100,000 in Denver, Colorado. Levi Leipheimer claimed the event's first overall title.
A stage for the climbers is defined by attacks and counter attacks, but there's little change in the overall field.
Big Up Productions latest shows climber Paul Robinson pulling hard in California's Buttermilk boulders.