ROLLING STONES

Photos of the month January

Photo (above): LUKASZ NAZDRACZEW/RED BULL CONTENT POOL

In this spectacular selection of pictures nearly all elements are combined: extreme sports on earth, in the water and in the air.

ROLLING STONES

Kemer, Turkey

Red Bull Sea To Sky lures the world’s dirt-bike elite to the Turkish Riviera each year. Though the event is billed as ‘The Most Enjoyable Hard Enduro’, relaxation isn’t on the menu. Instead, it’s a three-day endurance race across pebble beaches and through wooded trails up to the 2,300m-high Mount Olympos. This year, Britain’s Graham Jarvis emerged victorious. 

Video highlights: redbullseatosky.com

 

AIR GAMES

AIR GAMES

© ARMIN WALCHER/RED BULL CONTENT POOL

Monument Valley, USA

Red Bull Air Race pilots Kirby Chambliss (front), Nicolas Ivanoff (middle) and Matthias Dolderer set out to simply transport their planes to Las Vegas for the last race of the season. But then, above the Utah desert, their aerobatics genes kicked in. The result? A formation flight with all three in a tilted position.

Season highlights: redbullairrace.com

WATER FALL

WATER FALL

© ERIC PARKER/RED BULL CONTENT POOL

South Iceland

Aniol Serrasolses grew up in Catalonia, a region not known for its kayaking spots. So he invested every last penny he had in travelling to the world’s wildest waters. 

Serrasolses became a kayaking icon in 2015 when he was the first person to plunge down Canada’s 35m-high Keyhole Falls – so, for the seasoned paddler, this 15m drop in Iceland constitutes a nice thrill on the side.

Splashy tweets: twitter.com/aniol10

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