Video Bomb: A collection of videos to blow up your week

The YES. crew drops their Whistler part, DCP Under the Influence, an awesome East Coast splitboard mission, a lion who tries to eat a baby that looks like a zebra and a dude who doesn't give a shit about baseball sized hail. Enjoy this weeks video bomb!

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Shred Videos

YES. It's the Whistler section

P.S. episode 15

A walk through the new Woodward at Tahoe.

DTK: Splitboarding the East Coast

DCP Under the Influence

 

The premiere episode of Brothers on the Run.

 

Best of the Rest

A lion tries to eat a baby in a zebra suit.

 

Tom Schaar lands first ever 1080 in skate competition

 

A dog guards its owner's bike from being stolen.

Amuzement Level: Crazy

 

This dude doesn't give a shit there's baseball size hail falling.

Awesome tape prank.

 

Flash mob in the Copenhagen Metro. Copenhagen Phil' playing Peer Gynt.

 

The Kona School. Where the hell was this when we were kids?

 

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