The whole point of Classics is to revisit sick parts as well as introduce them to skaters who never saw them the first time. Ryan's footage has aged well and he's even gnarlier than we remember. Here's his part from the 2002 Zero vid.
His part was a face-melter, and now it's time to dive into it all over again... Raw. No music, no slo-mo, just wheels on the concrete. Enjoy...
Squints goes into battle, has a meltdown, transforms into an old man with a cane, and comes out victorious. This is pretty epic and you can now retire those pants, Tyler.
Screech led the way to the pool, Shorty almost died, but Merlino, Lockwood, Gregson, and Kowalski tore the place to shreds.
They've been rolling deep for years, but the Shep Dawgs really set it off in 2014. Watch them burn it down in this Hell of a Year edit.
Brad McClain storms onto the Cliché team like a damn Viking, pillaging and plundering any transition that dares to get in his way. This here is an absolute mini ramp massacre.
Our Double Rock filmer "Redder" isn't always inside the park. Check out this montage of his travels around the Bay Area.
Rick has a unique bag of tricks as well as some unreal, never-seen spots at his disposal. That combination will always create an interesting part. The last three or four tricks here are pretty wild.
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