Video Bomb: Mark Carter destroys Japan, Alana Blanchard’s new bikini line and the elevator from hell

This week’s Video Bomb brings some heavy hitting snowboarding from Mark Carter as he destroys Japan’s deep snow, Joe Sexton & Scott Stevens lap the Bear Mountain park and tons more. Plus, we have our favorite videos from around the web including Alana Blanchard showing off her new Rip Curl bikini line (butt shots for days!), some insane wingsuit gate-bashing (because wingsuiting on its own is so borring), the scariest elevator ride ever and a ton more to keep you entertained this Monday.

Enjoy!

Shred Videos

Mark Carter’s “Open Range” episode 3 – Japan

Early season park laps at Bear Mountain with Scott Stevens, Joe Sexton and friends

Pirate Movie Productions: 40 secs – Slams round 4

Full Part: Dylan Thompson – Clipped Up

Chasing Chileans part 2

Absinthe’s Flipside episode 8 – Danny Kass tours Sass-Fee

Nike Snowboarding Project: “Chapter 3” bonus video

Craig’s: A tour of Burton’s Craig Kelly prototype factory

K2 Snowboarding: Our Backyard episode 1

Best of the Rest

A kitesurfer jumps over the Brighton Pier

Alana Blanchard shows off her new Rip Curl bikini line – Awesome!

Alexander Polli wingsuit gate-bashing – because wingsuiting was getting a bit borring to watch.

Cheetahs kick ass!

Whale watching from a canoe. We know they don’t eat humans, but they’re still f-ing huge!

The scariest elevator ride ever? We’re surprised the little girl didn’t get punched in the face.

Jimmy Kimmel street tests the new $7 cup of Starbucks coffee. Classic humans!

Man almost run over by subway. Hero saves his life.

Comments

Up Next

May 26, 2017

The man that hates pants: An Aaron Draplin interview

The design guru released a book, he still hates pants, and all is right.
May 22, 2017

Provisions 029: Products touched by the mind of designer Aaron Draplin

While you may not know him, you without a doubt know his work. Aaron Draplin is snowboarding's most eccentric...
May 18, 2017

Snowboarders need to stop going to North Korea

In a land without freedoms, electricity, or personal identity, there is a single ski resort, and snowboarders keep visiting.