Living skate legend Mark Gonzales radiates with imagination as he roams about the busy New York streets.
In a world fuelled by consumerism, is it still possible to gear up and enjoy nature with a clear environmental conscience?
In 2016, Ryan and Casey Higginbotham embarked on a journey that would push them to their absolute limits.
The outdoors has a diversity problem. But while many are quick to blame ‘cultural differences’, the problems are far more complex.
The capital’s free-riders head to Woburn in Bedfordshire, swapping the urban tarmac for the forest floor.
From building his own ramps to representing Great Britain in Tokyo, freestyle BMX rider Alex Coleborn hopes next year’s Olympics can be a game-changer for the sport.
This week, couriers from across the continent and gender spectrum are racing around Brussels in pursuit of the European Cycle Messenger Championship.
Whether it’s celebrating at Vermont’s Killington Cup, or watching pro cowboys hurtle down a slope at Steamboat, Colorado, these events are some of the most seminal in snow culture.
From Southern California to the mountains of New Hampshire, these spots are some of the most iconic destinations in the world for skiers and snowboarders.
After seeing a shortage of women in the outdoor industry, Jen Gurecki launched the only ski and snowboard gear made by women, for women.
Having started as a DIY rebellion, the fanzine movement is now an invaluable subculture under threat from an increasingly digital world.
New Netflix series Cheer is filled with high stakes stunts and drama – but it can also teach us a lot about America’s class problem.
Photographer Larry Racioppo spent the ’90s capturing the city’s streetball courts – makeshift creations he likens to ’a form of folk art.’
The demonisation of the shark may be rooted in centuries of irrational fear, but the threat it poses to the species is real.
As the world shuts down its beaches, Huck Contributing Editor Jamie Brisick explores how surfers – and the wider surf industry – are weathering the storm.
The Australian has become one of the most influential nature photographers of the 21st century, capturing the formidable power – and increasing vulnerability – of our oceans.