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|One Chinese City Has Plans To Replace Street Lights With An Artificial Moon|
Added: 19.10.2018 3:53 | 20 views | 0 comments
The Chinese city of Chengdu is attempting to replace electricity-powered streetlights and the Earth's moon with an artificial moon to help illuminate nighttime in China's Sichuan province on Thursday, according to Yahoo News. The People's Daily Online reported the chairman of the Chengdu Aerospace Science and Technology Microelectronics System Research Institute Co. Wu Chunfeng first posited the idea this week. Wu did not offer many specifics on the plan but said the "illumination satellite" could be up to eight times brighter than the actual moon and provide light for an area 10 to 80 kilometers (6 to 50 miles) wide, though it could also have a more exact lighting range in the future. Asia...
|Shredding in the snow on two wheels|
Added: 16.04.2018 10:53 | 2 views | 0 comments
Nico Vink, Makken and Vinny T shred in the snow.
|Seb Toots shreds his home mountain|
Added: 15.04.2018 11:49 | 2 views | 0 comments
The Olympic gold medalist rides back home in Avila, Tremblant and Sunset Film's Backyard.
|Rim Nakamura's commute to school is epic|
Added: 15.04.2018 11:14 | 2 views | 0 comments
What's the coolest way to get to college? By BMX of course. See if rising Japanese freestyler Rim Nakamura can make it to class on time despite the many obstacles he meets on his way.
|The story of surfing legend Mick Fanning|
Added: 12.04.2018 11:59 | 2 views | 0 comments
3x world champion Mick Fanning surfed his last heat on surfing's world tour last week. As a tribute to the surfing legend, Red Bull has released an exclusive animation, documenting Mick Fanning’s incredible life. Told through the voice of Mick Fanning, the animation follows the surfing legend’s journey to the top and reveals what’s in store for his next chapter. Mick Fanning, winner of 3 world titles and a staggering 22 championship tour events, surfed through round after round of nail-biting competition at the Rip Curl Pro to make the final of his last-ever contest as a member of surfing's Championship Tour last week. Mick hoisted his maiden Dream Tour trophy at Bells Beach back in 2001 when, as an 18-year-old wildcard, he defeated Danny Wills to ring his first Bells trophy. Seventeen years on he came oh-so-close to ringing the Bell for a record-breaking fifth time, but was pipped at the final post by rampaging Brazilian superstar Italo Ferreira. As for what’s next for Mick, it’s no surprise to anyone that he is going to continue surfing. As we speak he's already thinking about packing his bags for his inaugural strike mission as a free surfer. But the main goal for Mick is one that he has been working on for a while, and that is to be a better person, a reliable a friend, a loving and brother, and raise awareness of the challenges facing our environment.
|Layos and Gül brew up some dirt-jump line magic|
Added: 18.11.2017 13:57 | 2 views | 0 comments
BMXers Sergio Layos and Arif Gül blend right in at a Turkish tea plantation with a bag of tricks on a specially created dirt-jump set-up.
|Matt Jones: Frames of Mind|
Added: 18.11.2017 13:19 | 2 views | 0 comments
Matt Jones makes some of his wildest progression dreams come true with some handy visualisation and then a mind blowing run.
|Tom Wallisch pays tribute to JP Auclair with wild street segment|
Added: 31.10.2017 9:48 | 2 views | 0 comments
Watch day dreams come to life as Tom Wallisch shreds the snowy streets of Nelson, British Columbia, paying tribute to the late JP Auclair's legendary street segment from All.I.Can.
|Red Bull Hardline was gnarlier than ever|
Added: 29.09.2017 3:14 | 1 views | 0 comments
Some of the best mountain bikers in the world flocked to the extraordinary course built by Dan Atherton to battle it out for a much sought-after place on the illustrious Red Bull Hardline podium. And the race was gnarlier than ever before.
|Fabio Wibmer tackles the Dolomites toughest singletrack|
Added: 24.09.2017 4:03 | 1 views | 0 comments
Whereas regular competitors aim to race up the brutal mix of Dolomite singletrack on foot, Wibmer would be forced to rely on all his trials riding prowess to manoeuvre his bike down to the finish.