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  • 20 Things to Do Before you Die [Part 2]
    10m It also has kickers and what those in the know call a pipe double roof with wall with two hour courses for beginners JARNO SCHURGERS RED BULL CONTENT POOL PLUS Kletterhalle Wien the Vienna Climbing Hall has 600m² of bouldering a 16m slackline course and a climbing wall used in the Boulder World Cup London white water kayaking Row like a world champ at the Lee Valley White Water Centre which hosted the kayak slalom event at the 2012 London Olympics Within easy reach of the capital s centre the venue is home to an artificial 300m Grade 4 white water slalom course So climb into a canoe or white water raft and pit yourself against the rapids Alternatively you can watch the action from the terrace bar from September 16 to 20 Lee Valley will play host to this year s ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships The 300m Grade 4 white water slalom course of Lee Valley White Water Centre LVWhiteWaterCentre YouTube PLUS Stop off at Old Spitalfields Market for award winning fish and chips before experiencing some classic theatre at Shakespeare s Globe by the Thames Berlin Clubs Parties These days New York has a rival for the title of the city that never sleeps With more than 300 clubs and 7 000 bars Berlin has a nightlife that no other metropolis can match Many of the German capital s underground joints such as Berghain a converted power station in Friedrichshain that s regarded as the world s best techno club open on Friday night and continue through till Monday morning And if that s not enough for you you re bound to find an afterparty a couple of streets away Participants have fun at the Red Bull Can You Make It 2014 after party at the Puro Club in Berlin Dirk Mathesius Red Bull Content Pool PLUS Flick through the racks at the Hard Wax record store and book a room at the arty Michelberger Hotel where many of the big name DJs stay when in town Advertising Cork cold water surfing Ireland s south west corner provides year round surfing despite the fact that the water temperature rarely rises above 15 C The endless sandy beaches and the swells which will challenge even veteran winter wave chasers make up for it With these pictures you will get an impression of the waves in Ireland porilster YouTube HIGHLIGHTS Inchydoney s waves are perfect for beginners while pros will be tested at Garrettstown and Red Strand Pula Summer Festivals In 2006 there was one electronic music festival on the Croatian coast attended by 300 people There are now 20 which draw more than 100 000 revellers every summer Why Sunshine beaches boat parties and spectacular venues including caves and amphitheatres that s why An amphitheatre hosts modern delights at the Dimensions Festival Dan Medhurst HIGHLIGHTS Fresh Island July 15 17 Zrce Beach Soundwave August 6 10 Tisno Dimensions August 26 30 Pula Paris Boulder climbing The birthplace

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  • 20 Things to Do Before You Die
    you are not just feeling free as a bird you can also enjoy the perfect view over land and sea Getty Images Corbis PLUS Brazil has a rich surfing history If you re a beginner we recommend Macumba Beach If it s action you re after head for Grumari Beach Hamburg Bungee Jumping Adrenalin junkies who climb Big Blue a huge 250 tonne crane in Hamburg are rewarded at the very top with a magnificent view of the German port Then it s down to business a 50m freefall towards the river Elbe You can sign up and jump on the same day and the preparations take no longer than 90 minutes which makes it perfect for that spur of the moment decision The moment of free fall until you are pulled back from the rope the incredible feeling while bungee juping SFChopper YouTube PLUS The Alster Hamburg s second most important river is a wonderful place for watersports in the city centre Hire an SUP board and explore the numerous lakes and tributaries Melbourne Superbike racing Phillip Island just a two hour drive south of Melbourne is one of the world s best known motor racing circuits MotoGP stars Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi count the Australian circuit among their favourites and now we mere mortals can experience what it feels like to be a motorbike racer too At the California Superbike School you ll get a technical introduction to the nigh on 200hp BMW bikes and the main sections of the course and then go hell for leather on the hilly 4 41km track Casey Stoner at the Moto Grand Prix 2011 in Philip Island Australia Gold Goose Red Bull Content Pool PLUS Hire a 570hp Ferrari 458 Italia from supercar specialists Prancing Horse and cruise your way to lunch in the wine growing region of the Yarra Valley Advertising Annecy Paragliding The up winds in this Alpine town in the east of France make it perfect paragliding country Beginners fly around Lake Annecy whereas professionals can head straight to Mont Blanc or Grenoble Paul Guschlbauer Austria flies over Annecy at the Red Bull X Alps 2015 Sebastian Marko Red Bull Content Pool PLUS Visit lifestyle burger joint The Roster and order the Patriot a hearty treat served with raclette San Carlos sailing This town in north west Mexico offers ample opportunities for the keen sailor Beginners will enjoy the calm conditions of the Gulf of California known locally as the Sea of Cortez and there are the open waters of the Pacific Ocean for those who like things a little rougher Remember to keep a lookout while you re onboard the sea off the coast of San Carlos is home to all manner of marine mammals including grey whales dolphins and sea lions The cinematic sunsets which turn the ocean shades of pink and orange are particularly spectacular PLUS If you re into salsa dancing look in on La Salsa Beach Bar one evening and be sure

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  • Carlos Sainz - What does he prefer?
    Q A Fernando Alonso McLaren Honda Carlos Sainz Scuderia Toro Rosso and Roberto Merhi Manor Marussia take part in the drivers parade before the Formula One Grand Prix of Austria at Red Bull Ring on June 21 2015 Getty Images Red Bull Content Pool 1 WET RACE OR DRY RACE Wet race because I ve always had good results in the wet 2 SALAD OR STEAK Steak I love meat 3 iPOD OR VINYL iPod because I don t know what vinyl is really 4 NIGHT ON THE TOWN OR QUIET NIGHT AT HOME Quiet night at home No seriously Normally when I go back home I m very tired and I really need the rest 5 WINE OR WATER Water I don t like wine but I love water 6 SUIT OR CASUAL Always casual Much more comfortable that way 7 GOLF OR FOOTBALL Always football especially Real Madrid 8 MINIVAN OR MOTORCYCLE Motorcycle I like bikes 9 MOZART OR MOTÖRHEAD What is Motörhead Oh OK Neither 10 YACHT OR PLANE Yacht I spend too much time on planes Sports F1 Future teams Will Google Apple Facebook and Samsung be racing in the F1 in the year 2030 Sports Max Verstappen The 17 year old will go down in history when he makes his debut for Toro Rosso Advertising 11 SUPERMODEL OR GIRL NEXT DOOR Depends entirely on what you re planning to do 12 RACE OR QUALIFYING Race Always 13 BEACH OR MOUNTAIN Beach I love being on the beach Doesn t everyone Getty Images Red Bull Content Pool 14 NEWSPAPER OR COMIC BOOK Newspaper I really don t like comics 15 SHOPPING MALL OR INTERNET SHOPPING Internet shopping Going shopping just takes too much time out of my life 16 MONACO APARTMENT OR SWISS CHALET I think

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  • Take 5: Julien Dupont
    a man who crossed the Gateshead Millennium Bridge on two wheels back in 2011 This is completely new he says You have make sure you stay in the middle of the track and it s so high you can see the tiny cars in the distance You have to stay completely focused 2 I just said to myself OK you can do it You don t have a trial run so it s a one time opportunity Do it or go home 3 FORTITUDE I actually don t like heights much says Dupont I always feel better on the ground That morning my thoughts were I won t be able to do this When I got to the top I thought Damn The first run was crucial to Dupont s confidence You have to unplug your brain focus on your front tyre and nothing else he says I just said to myself OK you can do it You don t have a trial run so it s a one time opportunity Do it or go home 3 Once I completed the first lap I realised that I could do it 4 FUN Given my experience I can estimate the dangers says Dupont I tried to do it at the perfect speed for the track Hesitation could be fatal at certain points I went slowly when I had to and hit the gas everywhere else After the anguish Dupont began to enjoy the ride Once I completed the first lap I realised that I could do it he says Then everything was fun I had a great time during the second lap 4 Sometimes you have to deal with broken bones but when I think about that I remind myself that there aren t many people that make a living from

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  • Mexico | The Red Bulletin
    articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Mexico Mexico 7 articles found Culture Camilo Lara Toy Selectah The men behind an astonishing global supergroup Sports Photos of the Month Our most breath taking moments of the month Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom

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  • The street’s your canvas
    Street Art South Africa Four of South Africa s finest artists explore their work Part 1 Advertising Toe 2 Find a mentor Freddy Sam latched onto Gogga a pioneer of South African graffiti art who had some simple yet effective advice for the aspiring street artist Gogga the Devastator says Sam I asked him how I should get started and he said Get a book and fill it up And when that s full get another book 3 Learn from yourself And while Freddy Sam was happy to gain knowledge from those who d already travelled the path he was setting out on the guy understood that to be the best there was a large element of DIY involved The fifth element of hip hop is knowledge of self says Sam That s knowing yourself You can t learn that from other people you teach yourself With street art there s no coach no teammates it s like skateboarding you just practise Get Our Newsletter Get the newest freshest and biggest Red Bulletin stories sent to you Register Here Register Here Freddy Sam Advertising 4 Follow the order The normal route that a street artist follows is to practise in a notebook then start tagging then do productions in a legal park and after that the sky s the limit I went from sketches in a notebook to tagging to simple pieces on trains and then practising more elaborate pieces in legal parks says Toe You can still go to Sill Street park in Woodstock Everybody paints there and it s good to go there and meet up with other people With street art there s no coach no teammates it s like skateboarding you just practise Freddy Sam 5 Stay humble Having been around the block and with thirty

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  • Street Art South Africa - Part 2
    a spotlight on various social issues and have been commissioned by international organisations including WWF Google and Doctors Without Borders Focus on the art Know yourself FREDDY SAM The New Muralist It s important for me to create work that the community I m painting for is proud of he says Through interviews I try to make murals that are relevant and that the community feels a sense of ownership of Freddy Sam I Am Because We Are Joburg 2014 Freddy Sam By the time you read this Sam will have been in New Orleans working on a project with Amnesty International then the Dominican Republic for a residency followed by Los Angeles for a mural commission Hawaii for a street art festival and then right back to LA to work on more murals What I m grateful for are the experiences my art has provided he says I realise the meaning of my work is the very action of it and therefore I must just keep on practising exploring and experimenting and the work will evolve naturally As soon as you apply your mind to something the world starts to provide for that freddysam com Advertising TOE The Trainspotter The act of painting a train is done in the belief that art should be integrated into the life of a city And there s no better way of getting your work seen than by having it transported around the metropolis I d catch the train to school every day says Toe who now runs his own business and seeing things on the track line was a big inspiration for me Toe progressed from painting trains to taking commissions for walls and sneakers at event activations but unlike many of his peers he still gets a rush from bombing trains If you want to do a proper piece especially a train you need to find a space recce it create the piece as quickly as possible then get out of there he says Witnessing people s reactions and seeing it running in full colour for the first time when you paint it at night it s too dark to see makes everything worthwhile Get Our Newsletter Get the newest freshest and biggest Red Bulletin stories sent to you Register Here Register Here The production that Toe painted with Blak Wer Sure Ink Slate Name and Raze in 2013 was not only a personal pinnacle but a benchmark for South African street art in general it was the country s first graffiti ed whole train To paint something like that was really hard because a train is like 100m long and can be seen from so many different positions To paint something like that was really hard because a train can be seen from so many different positions TOE The Trainspotter After seeing an opportunity with some new trains being introduced we checked every week for months and when we finally found a break in the routine we painted the whole

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  • Street Art South Africa
    R5 here or there but never this LUKE DANIEL RED BULL CONTENT POOL Falko One first realised he could live off his talents when in 1994 he was paid R1 000 to paint a train heading up to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown The following year he toured Sweden with a rap group Then the commissions and corporate work started rolling in We never thought that we could get paid for it Falko One It s taken 23 years to put my foot down and say No more dumb commercial work Your artwork is going to have no value if you re always doing someone else s stuff Now that I m older I realise that you don t express yourself if you re mimicking what you see There s nothing of yourself in your work until you discover who you are That s very important So now I want to push my own cause Falko One Once Upon A Town Westminster 2015 LUKE DANIEL RED BULL CONTENT POOL This is where the Once Upon A Town project comes in In 2011 Falko One painted the small town of Darling and since then the initiative has grown into a journey with endless possibilities It s about going into a place whatever the culture language race or religion of the people and staying three or four days No matter how poor or what we perceive as poor these people are their little home is still their cherished possession even if it doesn t have windows it s where they eat raise their kids and lay their head Being given permission to paint these homes is what Once Upon A Town is about making these people living in the middle of nowhere feel like they belong falkostarr com Advertising FAITH47 The Enigma In the same way that street art pioneers Keith Haring and Jean Michel Basquiat went from painting directly onto their urban environment to exhibiting in galleries when Faith47 isn t working outside she s channelling the streets to create art in a wide range of media ranging from graphite spray paint oil paint and ink to photography video and collage When The Red Bulletin spoke to her Faith47 was in New York with her show Aqua Regalia an exploration of the sacred and the mundane by way of shrines made from discarded objects she collects on her travels An artist in the truest sense of the word Faith47 is able to jump from medium to medium and express herself in myriad ways This approach has attracted international recognition of her work and led to her participation in numerous projects worldwide LEBOGANG RASHETABA I allow my visual exploration to bleed into any medium that I m interested in she says I don t subscribe to the belief that you have to categorise yourself in my case either as a street artist or photographer Instead I m interested in how all the different mediums I use which include video printmaking oil

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