MMWUC: Skiing on dirt, Pettit’s new project, plus dude kicked in head mid-selfie

April 21st, 2014 by

In this week’s instalment of #MMWUC, Alexander Rydén takes spring skiing to the extreme, the folks at Nine Knights finish things off with a bang, Sean Pettit gives us a taste of his new project, and we’re treated to two quality POV edits from Squaw. Then, a dude gets kicked in the head by a conductor, baby sloths squeak their way into your heart, and the Northern Lights dazzle via timelapse footage from Alaska. Enjoy, and make it a great day out there.

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Best of the Shred:

Skiing over dirt, mud and grass in spring edit from Alexander Rydén.

The final Nine Knights recap is here; watch the insanity now.

Thrills and spills are the theme in new Squaw Valley POV, “April Cools”.

Sean Pettit, Super Proof reveal first look at 2014 film, “The Recruitment”.

Tanner Hall, Sander Hadley team up for 100% GoPro edit at Squaw Valley.

Watch Fostvedt, Wesson and friends tear up Andorra in new park edit.


Best of the Rest:

Dude gets kicked in the head by a train.

Baby sloth squeaks are, like, the cutest thing ever.

Slow motion gunfire: Easter edition.

Epic Northern Lights timelapses.

Honey Badger Houdini.

Pit stops, then and now.

Want more? Jesper Tjäder won the 2014 AFP World Championships big air; see photos and results here.

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A 24-year-old Montana native, Shane Dowaliby is the Video Editor here at Freeskier.