The origins of Rushes dates back to two years ago when the format was conceptualised to throw light on the adventure lifestyle community within India.
TheVibe Originals presented the opportunity to articulate this lifestyle. Since then, a very compelling series has come about which explores the backstories of a few handpicked extreme sports athletes who pursue their respective rushes. Produced in association with Mercedes-Benz India, Rushes breaks stereotypes by bringing India's action heroes in all their authenticity via a branded content series as opposed to having it celebrity-endorsed. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9aqk2vYgsM] The Outdoor Journal is introducing the following Indian extreme sports athletes as a sampling of exciting talent that will soon arise from the high-potential region in the future. Kiteboarding in Tuticorin with Arjun Motha and Jehan Driver [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUhLcpkveOA] What makes Tuticorin an important place of interest with regards to kiteboarding?
On 5th May 2018, Sian Sykes became the first person to complete a solo-unsupported 1000km circumnavigation of Wales by stand up paddleboard, all while raising awareness about single-use plastics. .
Crossing Earth’s biggest parallel dune desert, in the middle of Australia, with the world's greatest explorer—Mike Horn. Riding in his trusty beast, a V8 Mercedes G500, I join his team for five days journeying into the Simpson Desert, and dig a little deeper into what makes him tick. .
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The European Outdoor Film Tour or EOFT for those in the know, Europe’s largest outdoor film event is playing once again across 300 locations in 14 countries.
Fighting back against the webisode culture, this legendary filmmaker has brought together some of the world’s most talented—and interesting—pairs of surfers for his highly anticipated latest.
Norwegian filmmaker Jørn Nyseth Ranum grew up in a mountainous village, far from urban playgrounds.
He's been at it again.