All posts by Alan Perlman
It was in the late afternoon of a Thursday in June when I picked up my phone. “Alan, are we going to do this? We’ve been talking about it for so […]
Professional Wakeskater and Red Bull Athlete Brian Grubb Tackles Historic Waterway, Taking the Sport to New and Compelling Places What once served as a connector for the Atlantic Ocean to the […]
This video comes from Eugene Muzykin, a Boston-based quadcopter pilot and longtime friend of Nerve Rush. I’m pretty excited to share my latest project with Nerve Rush. I got a […]
It’s a common crash on this turn of the famous Mulholland Highway in Los Angeles. Yikes! Both cyclists are OK.
It’s an invite-only race and considered the toughest run on Earth. Running 217km – more than five marathons – in the hottest part of the U.S. in the hottest time […]
Don’t know much about this video clip, but it’s beautifully edited, has a great soundtrack and gets me amped up for cliff jumping. What more could we ask for as […]
One of the most popular climbing destinations on the planet with thousands of boulders strewn across hundreds of areas, Fontainebleau is a rock climbing playground. In this documentary, watch the […]
Has anyone watched Mountain Movers on the National Geographic channel? Might be a cool behind-the-scenes look at the kind of work that goes into making terrain parks on big mountains.
As part of his preparation for a ridiculous 2014-2015 ultramarathon challenge, Nerve Rush athlete Joel Runyon heads to Switzerland to compete in the Swiss Alpine K42, the highest marathon in […]