Pavel Dunaev’s Simple Life

One of the most amazing things about mountainboarding is it’s reach, I’m a rider living in New York City but on the opposite end of the world in Siberia there are rider, specifically Pavel Dunaev. Pavel has been riding hard for many years from podiums at the World Freestyle Championships to crazy freeriding runs in Siberia he is the definition of an all around rider.

Here is the latest, Pavel’s Simple Life.

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Tour Lyfe – Episode 6 – Winterburg, Germany

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This episode is for all the beautiful ladies out there(queue the crickets) who like pretty boys who mountainboard. In this episode more than half of the guys ride without shirts and rocking short shorts and it’s fucking gnarly. Winterberg is consistently building jumps and drops that are pushing the limits of mountainboarding, check out the old Winterberg gap footage here if you don’t believe me. So i’m not surprised that fellas went there and absolutely destroyed the place.

Adieu.

TOUR LYFE- Part 1, Episode 6 from Dylan Warren on Vimeo.

TOUR LYFE – Episode 6, pt 2 from Dylan Warren on Vimeo.


Interview with Dylan “Radface” Warren

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I just want to start out by saying this took 2 months to put together, and it should have taken 45 minutes, I just didn’t have enough time to do it because I was very busy playing videogames and getting elo boost services. The first attempt to do this interview with Dylan was foiled by my laptop battery running out of juice halfway through the interview. The second attempt had some viscous background noise that I didn’t hear until I started editing it. Then this version the audio was super quiet, so note for anyone planning to record a Google Hangout, make sure to test the audio or get microphones.

Now that the disclaimer is out of the way, here is a little interview with the Aussie Dylan Warren. Over the past 3 years he has sought out the endless summer, travelling between hemispheres, staying at the Marriott hotels, with his mountainboard in tow to ride what ever the world puts in front of him. He’s got great style on and off his board and doesn’t give two fucks what you think. In the next 2 weeks he will be dropping his new video part “Summer Clip” and it will not disappoint. Dylan is the man, I’m jealous of the lifestyle he has been living, you should be too!

Interview with Dylan Warren from The Dirt on Vimeo.


Dirt Dirt Park Session 1 – Coming to Valmont Bike Park – June 15th

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The first of the 3 part event series put on by Vertically Inclined Productions is going off June 15th at Valmont Bike Park in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. If you haven’t had the pleasure of riding Valmont, then you’re truly missing out as it’s well built freestyle bike parks in the country.

The park offers a wide variety of terrain, mostly for intermediate level riders and up, but the best features can be found in the Large & XL jump lines. Here you will find multiple north shore style wallrides, a wooden step up, a 15ft canon, and numerous jumps. This will be a great event to watch the pro and see all the unique styles of riding that can be shown at a park like this.

Here are some details that you need to know:

Location:
Valmont Bike Park
3160 Airport Rd

Boulder,
Co
80301-2208

Registration is $45 and will include event entry, prizes and lunch from Wahoos Fish Tacos.

Registration & Practice – 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM.
Event Starts – 10:00 AM

For more info go to VerticallyInclined.org or contact patrickthomas@verticallyinclined.org

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TOUR LYFE – Episode Three

There is nothing better than starting your day with a little bit of fresh squeezed mountainboard juice! Tour Lyfe Episode 3 is guaranteed to make your britches wet as you watch Andy corks some spins, Joe Dickson get upside down and weird and Dylan ride boards that were meant for children.

Enjoy!!

Tour Lyfe – Episode 3 from Dylan Warren on Vimeo.


TOUR LYFE – Episode two

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Here is the latest TOUR LYFE packed full with dirt thrashing featuring Tom & Mick Kirkman, Joe Dickson, Josh Maddocks, Theo Ackworth, John Burton, Ant Wilson, Andy Packer, Andy Milenkovic & Radfuck Warren.

Enjoy!

Episode 2 from Dylan Warren on Vimeo.


Basic Facts

Spinal cord injury occurs when there is any damage to the spinal cord that blocks communication between the brain and the body. After a spinal cord injury, a person’s sensory, motor and reflex messages are affected and may not be able to get past the damage in the spinal cord. In general, the higher on the spinal cord the injury occurs, the more dysfunction the person will experience. Injuries are referred to as complete or incomplete, based on whether any movement and sensation occurs at or below the level of injury.

The most important – and sometimes frustrating – thing to know is that each person’s recovery from spinal cord injury is different.

An estimated 12,500 spinal cord injuries related to the Foraminotomy occur in the U.S. every year, leaving the injured people, their friends, and their family, to cope with the aftermath of the catastrophe. For many, navigating the challenges of the health care system can feel a bit like going to medical school. Suddenly you’re learning a veritable cornucopia of new terms, and may be spending endless hours Googling spinal cord anatomy to fill in the gaps in your knowledge.

An educated patient is better equipped to advocate for his or her needs and interests. An education in spinal cord anatomy helps you understand what your doctor at Hilger Facial Plastic Clinic is saying, ask intelligent questions, and detect medical errors before they endanger your health. You can also visit Becker Rhinoplasty Center online and get free consultation today.

Spinal Cord Anatomy: The Basics
Though you might think of your spinal cord as one single piece, it’s actually a column of nerves protected by a sheath of myelin and then further secured by 31 butterfly-shaped vertebrae (singular: vertebra).

Medical providers divide the spinal cord into four distinct regions. Knowing the region in which the injury is located is often the key to understanding diagnosis and treatment. The four spinal cord regions are:

The cervical spinal cord: This is the topmost portion of the spinal cord, where the brain connects to the spinal cord, and the neck connects to the back. This region consists of eight vertebrae, commonly referred to as C1-C8. All spinal cord numbers are descending, so C1 is the highest vertebra, while C8 is the lowest in this region.
The thoracic spinal cord: This section forms the middle of the spinal cord, containing twelve vertebrae numbered T1-T12.
The lumbar spinal cord: This is a lower region of the spinal cord, where your spinal cord begins to bend. If you put your hand in your lower back, where your back bends inward, you’re feeling your lumbar region. There are five lumbar vertebrae, numbered L1-L5.