Under the bridges, on the walls and down the stairs in Antwerp Antwerpen is located on the right (eastern) bank of the river Scheldt, which is linked to the North Sea by the Westerschelde estuary. The city has one of the largest seaports in Europe. Antwerp has long been an important city in the Low Countries both economically and culturally,
Poland’s Marek Koprowski is a talented professional photographer who loves shooting live bands rocking out onstage; however, for the last couple of years he’s been to the Every Board Festival in Karpacz and buzzed off shooting all the alternative sports: longboarding, skate, snow, wake and of course the mountainboarding… Here we proudly present a 3 part selection of his tastiest shots! —–
Dirt-monkeys recently unveiled their latest revelation in mountainboard photography, the micro Dirt-monkey: a fully-automated robotic camera system that can reach the angles other photographers can’t. 8 years in development and like all robots, bound to turn hostile and take over the world in the not too distant future. When will they learn… So here it is, all the leafy drifty high-speed
UK Pros James Wanklyn and Matt Brind had very different Winters; James spent the snowy days getting to grips with one of those slidey boards (or snowboard to normal people) whilst Matt Brind was enjoying the sun and hitting the Nitro Circus Mega Ramp on the other side of the world. Where better to share some stories than Adrenaline Alley
Sick! A series of exclusive shots available to download for your PC or Mac, featuring MBS Pro Dylan Warren in stills from the ‘Winter 2012‘ shoots. Get Radface jibbology all over your desktop. Click only to download mega high-res (2560 x 1600 pixel) versions. Word. Read the story behind these shots and watch the films on Remolition here
On 6th October 2012 a seriously fun alternative comp took place at Bugs Boarding in Gloucestershire. The Trampa Challenge: a fun contest that has featured lots of different types of competitive riding over the years, and this was no different; Surely the first time ever that mountainboard riding has been combined with football & basketball! Then there was a
On a cold, murky October day, Trampa riders Sam Nicolas and James Wanklyn battle the round-a-bouts of Swindon in order to find the ATBshop Warehouse Skate Park to throw down some spins, stalls and grabs in the warm and dry. Luckily they had a hairy photographer to follow them about… For info about ATBShop Skate Warehouse check their website or
Here it is Les white’s or White Media Pictures first solo gallery. It’s also worth a mention Les is probably the first photographer to spend hours grooming Haredown’s BX track and freestyle jumps before the event and score a gallery of rocking photos. We salute you Les take a big pile of top bloke points on and not forgetting massive props to Karen
With so many good mountainboard photographers at Hales Superbole for Round 3 of the International Series we just had to pull some of the best pictures together for an action-packed gallery.
From Lands End to John O’Groats in two weeks, mountainboarding at some of the best spots along the way, and raising money for Midlands Air Ambulance.. You know what happened; we blogged, facebooked, & tweeted all about it in April & May. Here now is the epic highlights exhibition of week one from Dirtmonkey Daz. Now hit the road: there’s no more words needed.
Gaby Le Gall grew up in Toulouse, France near The Roseraie Bike Park (above) loving mountain biking, but after several injuries had to calm down and began to do more photography. He specialises in documenting ‘extreme’ sports: mountain biking, BMX, snowboarding, and more… He also shoots mountainboarding; his brother is a rider… He says “It is 3 years since my brother
Back in December 2011, a handful of guerilla mountainboarders headed to that eden of ‘new towns’ Milton Keynes with one thing in mind; To score an epic set of photos… One wet and drizzly day a load of mountainboarders headed into Milton Keynes in search for something different. Swapping woody slopes and grassy hills for the concrete and
We asked Project Doc’s Theo to go through his archive and pick out his favourite shots; A tough job but one that has led to this stunning exhibition. He has chosen a great mix of photos from his early days of shooting BX & freestyle at ATBAUK comps and hanging out in Ben’s back garden, to The Compound and 2011′s PD/ATC
The Dirt Monkeys’ Daz Murphy got back behind the lens at a freeride meet in the woods one sunday in the middle of November. Here’s his photo essay, capturing some of the moments of drifting, slashing, jumping, tree climbing, chatting, and eating, all in this beautiful spot half-hour west of London… From 10 in the misty morning till after dark,
Here we’ve got 2 photographers & 2 film-makers’ perspectives on the fun-fuelled jib-fest that took place at Bugs on the 8th October… The BFC’s Cream Teas & Jam series 2011 was another great mountainboard success story; 3 rounds at progressive mbc’s Knockhill, Surf the Turf, & Bugs. There were riders aplenty with some awesome development & tricks being thrown down
A reportage photography exhib from Bugs Boarding’s Summer Sessions 2011, with photos by Decreate… Summer Sessions at Bugs Boarding went off on July 9th & 10th 2011. It was ‘a unique mountainboard meet’, with new features being built and then fully jammed on by a load of top riders in a very informal comp format. What occurred? Here’s a visual
Mark Peck, rider & snapper extraordinaire, was at round 2 of the ATBA UK series in 2010 to document the action – his photos of the tenacious bx & freestyle q-pipe action at Ironsides paint the mountainboard picture in a unique way; the technique (utilising post-production) adds a further dimension to the images not seen before. For the techies out
Nick Kennard brings us another sterling photography exhibition; this time it’s his favourite shots from the last year. All shot at Hales Superbole in Cheshire, featuring riders Mark Hale, Chris Horsley, Oscar Travis, Ben & James Wanklyn and Steve Evans, you can get a feel for the mood and enjoyment that goes down there. Stick it!