Burnout: Random Rad
Random radical that, for whatever dumb reason, hasn't made it into the mag.
Neen Williams with the mega slider in Pedro. Yeah, Neen.
Speaking of Pedro, Channel Street's Robby O'Connell gets out from under the bridge long enough to carve grind the shallow steps in Skreech Country.
Another view of Hatchell's foolhardy McTwistery.
Shake Junt's Pat Pasquale presses hard to hold a curved nose slider.
Meanwhile, across town, TNT blasts grasser over the fence.
In San Jose he's known as El Diablo. Daryl Angel grinds hell of bars.
Powell's Aldrin Garcia backlipped the fuck out of this bar, but I happen to know he shot a way gnarlier one with Rhino.
Casual warm-up 50 from Figgy. He's got an interview next mag.
Side angle of Nick's 180 down the Leap of Boo Johnson.
Rob Strasser follows the Austin Stephens School of Smooth and smokes 180 nosegrinds with a hometown charm.
Daniel Lutheran is everywhere. 180s ... whatever it takes, he's all over it.
Leo tucks frontside slider to fakie. It was a race to shoot the photo except I didn't know it was a race at first. Excuses, excuses.
7/28/2016Last stop for the Vans demo demolishers and Chima, Matt B, Dan Lu and the boys go out with a bang!
7/28/2016The Vans wrecking crew gets rad in the land of Groholski.
7/28/2016Friends of New England skater Rob Pontes held a massive skate jam/ benefit in Providence, RI sunday to raise cash for his fight with ALS.
7/28/2016The Waffle Squad hits Philly for a little hang time and some demo gold.
7/28/2016Friends and family reunite to watch the Vans crew shred Cleveland a new Trumphole.
7/28/2016The Vans Pro Tour mashes into Chi-Town with Chima, Dan Lu, K Walks, Dill and the boys thrilling the crowds at Grant Park.
7/28/2016The video is coming soon, but for now feast your eyes on photos from yesterday's skating-con-carnage!
7/28/2016Want to know more about the upcoming KOTR TV show? Burnout breaks it down.
7/28/2016After an avalanche of top-shelf shredding, Rowan Zorilla of the Shep Dawgs gets the pro nod.
7/28/2016Vans celebrates a half century of skate shoe excellence with the first stop of a worldwide tour – NYC. You guys party?