We enjoyed the first event on the City Downhill World Tour 2015 as they geared up for their first full, five-stop championship and Extreme.com also streamed the SFR Freestyle Tour for the first time.
Scott Croxall was the exception to the rule this weekend, winning his second-straight Crashed Ice event, but we'll let him off. Enjoy the highlights!
Air + Style 2015: Kadono makes history in LA
Yuki Kadono stole the show on an historic night as Air + Style touched down in LA for the first time ever this weekend.
The Japanese rider landed a never-before-seen Switch Backside Triple Cork 1620 to top the podium ahead of Seb Toutant and Stale Sandbech.
But the result was enough for Sandbech to ensure he finished top of the overall standings and became the first ever Air + Style World Tour Champion.
Click here for the highlights, results and report from Air + Style LA.
SFR Freestyle Tour 2015: Ambuhl tops podium in Vars
The SFR Freestyle Tour streamed live on Extreme.com last week for the first time and did not disappoint as Elias Ambuhl topped the podium.
The Swiss rider only needed to stomp one run, landing a score of more than 91 at the first attempt in the finals.
He held off competition from 16-year-old Andri Ragettli and American McRae Williams in Vars, the second stop on the tour.
Click here to watch all the highlights from Vars, and don’t forget to join us for the live stream from La Clusaz.
City Downhill World Tour: Polc takes season opener
The world’s craziest downhill mountain bike tour returned this weekend with the first City Downhill race of the season in Brazil.
Defending tour champion Filip Polc took the win on the streets of Santos ahead of 4X Pro Tour champion Tomas Slavik and Johannes Fischbach.
The tour doesn’t slow down with round two coming up on March 1st in Valparaiso, Chile.
Crashed Ice: Croxall slides to top of tour standings
Scott Croxall, on an improbable hot streak with three straight victories on the ice - now including two at Red Bull Crashed Ice - after waiting six long years for his first win, had the luck of the Irish behind him on Saturday.
He was unstoppable in all five of his races down the spectacular 430-meter long track and sent the Northern Ireland crowd into a frenzy with his scintillating performance in the finals of the world’s fastest sport on skates.
It was an all-Canada sweep with Dylan Moriarity taking second place and his twin brother Dean taking third. Austria's Luca Dallago took fourth in an action-packed final.
Click here to check out all the highlights from round three of Red Bull Crashed Ice. The next and final stop takes place in Edmonton on March 14th.
There’s another packed weekend of world class action sports coming up with the second round of the City Downhill World Tour in Chile providing you with a winter downhill MTB fix.
There’s also LIVE action on Extreme.com with the first-ever Ale Invite presented by Tor and Kevin this weekend. The Big Air World Snowboard Tour International event will welcome the world’s best snowboarders for an epic night contest on Saturday.
And if that wasn’t enough winter sports for you, the Swatch Skiers Cup, a big mountain battle between Europe and the Americas, will get underway after a weather delay this weekend and there’s a platinum AFP World Tour event in the shape of the USSA Grand Prix in Park City as well.
Don’t miss the Extreme Weekend Roundup next Monday for all the highlights!