Dan­ny Mac has done it again with the release of yet anoth­er amaz­ing edit that is sure to top the Inter­net video charts.  In this video Dan­ny turns a young boys imag­i­nary, action fig­ure bike park made of toys into real­i­ty. Watch Dan­ny ride this life size toy land on his trusty steed. Dan­ny MacAskill is tru­ly a real life action fig­ure that knows how to “play bikes”.

Train­ing wheels are ancient his­to­ry these days as kids learn to ride on bal­ance bikes, two-wheeled rides that eschew chains and ped­als. These foot-pro­pelled bikes increase bal­ance and han­dling skills to make the tran­si­tion to a nor­mal bicy­cle a cakewalk.

An extreme exam­ple can be seen in this amaz­ing video of Jack­son Gold­stein shred­ding on his bal­ance bike as he rides into kindergarten.

Fast for­ward a few years, add some ped­als and a chain­line, and Jack­son is now a spon­sored rid­er. In this video Jack­son jumps, flips, and spins his lit­tle bike around the Wood­ward skate park with flow that rid­ers three times his age would sell their soul for.

Give your child the gift of bal­ance on two wheels with the bal­ance bikes fea­tured here.

Dan­ny MacAskill has rede­fined what is pos­si­ble on a bicy­cle. This POC-spon­sored rid­er blends the pre­ci­sion of tri­als rid­ing with steezy street moves to cre­ate one of the most pro­gres­sive styles out there. In this video Dan­ny shares some insight into why he rides the way he does. Watch this inspi­ra­tional Scot­tish fel­low take to the streets of San Fran­cis­co, spin­ning and hop­ping his way across the city to a chill soundtrack.

 

Cred­it: KAVU

 

Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

KAVU: You’re all alone, star­ing at your reflec­tion in a qui­et back­coun­try lake, when inspi­ra­tion hits. You take a lung­ful of moun­tain air then jump in, per­form­ing a per­fect can­non­ball that shat­ters the calm. Con­grat­u­la­tions. You just expe­ri­enced KAVU. We’ve got a great selec­tion of KAVU Men’s and Women’s lifestyle appar­el for mem­ber-exclu­sive pric­ing. Don’t miss out!

POC: Swe­den-based POC devel­ops styl­ish per­son­al pro­tec­tive gear for grav­i­ty sports ath­letes. Head­quar­tered in Salt­sjobaden out­side of Stockholm—a cen­ter for research and devel­op­ment in the areas of safe­ty, med­i­cine, and healthcare—the com­pa­ny is able to tap some of Europe’s lead­ing experts to help with prod­uct devel­op­ment. POC then straps its ath­letes into the gear and has them put it to the test and rec­om­mend changes. Next, the POC design team goes to work to ensure the prod­ucts are as exquis­ite as they are safe. The end result is a line of light­weight, high per­for­mance gear with ground­break­ing design that meets the high stan­dards of pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes and med­ical experts. This col­lec­tion fea­tures POC pro­tec­tive sun­glass­es. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing!

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Free­wa­tersFather’s Day GiftsVolta­icMen’s FootwearWom­en’s FootwearRun­ning Acces­soriesMen’s Run & Tri Sup­pliesWom­en’s Run, Gym, & Tri, & Men’s Tees & Shorts

Dou­ble Dog Dare: Did you know? June 1 (that’s today!) is Nation­al Dare Day. There’s no need to mince words, Clym­bers. You know what you have to do: turn to the per­son next to you and dare them to do some­thing awe­some. You may just dis­cov­er that they’re more fear­less than you ever imag­ined. In the spir­it of the day, we dare you to vis­it our site right now and have a look at all the great deals on gear that we have going on. Or are you too scr­rrrrd? In which case, we dou­ble-dog dare you.

Credit: Craft of Sweden
Cred­it: Craft of Sweden

 

For­get DIY fur­ni­ture, Mup­pet chefs, and biki­ni teams. We’ve got two awe­some brands on the dock­et today that are about to move to the front of the list of things you asso­ciate with Swe­den. From now on, when some­body waves the blue and yel­low, the flag is going to remind you of styl­ish pro­tec­tion gear from POC and fit-focused per­for­mance fit­ness appar­el from Craft. How do you like them meatballs?

Here’s some more info on today’s fea­tured brands:

POC: Swe­den-based POC devel­ops styl­ish per­son­al pro­tec­tive gear for grav­i­ty sports ath­letes. Head­quar­tered in Salt­sjobaden out­side of Stockholm—a cen­ter for research and devel­op­ment in the areas of safe­ty, med­i­cine, and healthcare—the com­pa­ny is able to tap some of Europe’s lead­ing experts to help with prod­uct devel­op­ment. POC then straps its ath­letes into the gear and has them put it to the test and rec­om­mend changes. Next, the POC design team goes to work to ensure the prod­ucts are as exquis­ite as they are safe. The end result is a line of light­weight, high per­for­mance gear with ground­break­ing design that meets the high stan­dards of pro­fes­sion­al ath­letes and med­ical experts. Look good while pro­tect­ing your pre­cious parts with POC hel­mets, gog­gles, sun­glass­es, & more, avail­able today at The Clymb for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

Men’s & Wom­en’s Craft: In the begin­ning, Craft founder Anders Bengts­son spent an inor­di­nate amount of time look­ing at his under­wear. After heavy exer­cise ses­sions out­side his home in Borås, Swe­den, Bengsts­son would weigh his skivvies and use a mois­ture gauge to mea­sure how sweaty they were. He used his research to devel­op the ide­al lay­er to wear next to the skin—a gar­ment that trans­ports mois­ture out­wards with as lit­tle absorp­tion into the fibers as pos­si­ble. The result­ing brand, Craft, is now a glob­al leader in peak-per­for­mance ath­let­ic appar­el. Today on The Clymb, we’re cel­e­brat­ing yet anoth­er exam­ple of Swedish inge­nu­ity with Men’s and Women’s Craft cycling, run­ning, and fit­ness appar­el, for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: VonZip­per, Goorin Bros, Core Con­cepts, Vestal, Skull­can­dy, Impe­r­i­al Motion, Thule, Wool­rich, Home­school, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s & Kids’ Footwear, Cycling Goods, & Men’s & Wom­en’s Tees.

IN OTHER NEWS:

Free Fallin’: Did you know? On April 19 (that’s today!), 1987, a real-life res­cue that seems out of the pages of a graph­ic nov­el took place in the Ari­zona skies. While mov­ing into posi­tion for a for­ma­tion drop, sky­div­er Deb­bie Williams col­lid­ed with anoth­er sky­div­er. The impact knocked her out. When Gre­go­ry Robert­son noticed his col­league tum­bling to the ground, he did what any rea­son­able super­hero would in that situation—he tucked his arms to his sides and went into a 200-mph free-fall to catch up. At 3,500 feet, with the red Ari­zona desert get­ting clos­er by the sec­ond, Robert­son reached Williams. Pulling out of his dive, Robert­son propped the uncon­scious woman into an upward posi­tion, yanked her rip­cord, and then opened his own para­chute. Williams land­ed hard on her back and was rushed to the hos­pi­tal. She sur­vived the inci­dent. Mild-man­nered Robert­son lat­er told the New York Times it was “just anoth­er day of skydiving.”