This episode is more than a face-melter. It's a straight up head-exploder, featuring loads of bonus footage you won't see anywhere else. Epic is an understatement.

Any full part from AVE is a significant event. Getting the last part in the Vans vid? That's just epic. Here he talks about what went into this huge project.

The East Coast produces its own distinct type of raw talent and this long-running NYC event is more of a family reunion than a contest.

Clive puts it all on the line, as you'll see when his parts premieres this coming Monday.

Our friends at Familia Skateshop have recreated Hubba Hideout at their park and are having a contest this Saturday. Cash prizes and tribute tricks, just like Bust or Bail. If you're in the Twin Cities area you gotta check it out.

Real skateboards is teaming up with Vans, Volcom, and Mainline skateshop for a Pizza Party Skate Jam at Lincoln Skatepark in LA tomorrow.

The Vox footwear team hit the desert in search for some concrete terrain.

Kevin has quick feet and a smooth style. Add in some raw streets and never-seen spots and you have a fun-to-watch part.

Our distributor in Spain has an amazing bowl in their warehouse. Check out this montage from a recent session in Madrid.

A festival of skate celebrates the DIY ethos every year when Pedro's community comes together for a day of shredding.

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Burger Boogaloo Oakland, CA Jul 04
Globe Eutrippin' tour Europe Jul 04
City Boys Art Show Long Beach, CA Jul 08
Tommy Guerrero Shows California Jul 14
Copenhagen Skateboard Open Copenhagen Jul 15
Camtest/Tuckfest Pink Motel Jul 25
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Be careful opening the July 2015 issue because this Vans Propeller-themed beast might just cut your damn fingers off. Featuring interviews with Zorilla, AVE, Rowley, Caples, Pedro, Dollin, Dill, Chima, Trujillo, K-Walks and more, you're probably going to need a crowbar to pry the damn smile off your face when you're done reading this one. In addition, the Visualtraveling crew rides the edge of Arabia, Cab talks classic covers, Neckface celebrates a decade-long party with the mag and Daan Van Der Linden gets the Lunatic Fringe treatment (you're gonna wanna remember that name). There's not going to be any space left on your bedroom walls after you rip the good photos out of this issue. Tell mom to buy more thumbtacks.
Add this one to your collection.