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DonkBoard.com - Port St. Lucie - Longboard Marathon - 2013 from Wakeboarding Films on Vimeo.

You couldn’t ask for better conditions for this epic longboard marathon put on by DonkBoard.com. With the Police escorts, smooth pavement, and great weather, this event went off with a bang (or a megaphone at least). Check out the hard work of the marathon competitors, from the ground, as well as the air with my Aerial Drone on WakeboardingFilms.com

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Ah, the BAR at work.

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Over the summer Port Macquarie brothers Gus and Lachlan Morton, the latter of whom rides for Garmin-Sharp, got back to basics in an attempt to recover the lost magic of the sport. This is their story; a story about the concept of Thereabouts.

More pictures and a personal account of the trip over at CyclingTips.

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The Darkside would be proud

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Military Field Manual For the Transport and Care of Abominable Snowmen.

California Army National Guard’s Bravo Company 1-126th Aviation Regiment, Delta Schooners, based out of Stockton, flew two of their CH-47 Chinooks to the Marines Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport, Calif., high in the Sierra mountains to support Hawaiian-based 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines conducting high elevation training. More than 600 snow-clad Marines armed to the teeth and packed for an extended stay in snow conditions were airlifted to their landing zones in multiple insertions. During the operation Utah Army National Guard’s 1-211th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion AH-64 Apache helicopters circled above providing protection to the Marines who were made up of weapon and mortar platoons, to name a few.

(U.S. Army National Guard photos by Master Sgt. Paul Wade, 28 MAR 2014.)