Who else made gnarly skating look so damn effortless and smooth? Appleyard (our 2003 SOTY) was in a class of his own. Let's take a trip back to the filming of Flip's Sorry video.
Blake Carpenter looks back at this classic part from Stefan Janoski in 2003 from the Habitat video, Mosaic.
Just another tour vid? Nah, this is an extra-rad edit. Especially the ending. The slams and makes from the locals will stoke you out.
Them ATL boys come through with a sick montage from the Peach State streets. GT, Plunkett, Brock, Clark, Patlanta, and more...
LP wasn't the only one messing around at Agenda. Jimmy took the Brunch on tour and caught up with some old friends.
The VX vs HD debate has staunch advocates on both sides. HD footy is so damn crisp and vivid, but it's hard to argue that anything looks better than city street skating with the good ol' death lens.
Remember this hammer from our September 2001 cover? Geoff got broke off, suffering just about the worst primo imaginable. But before the pain could set in he gave it another go and the rest is history.
You've heard his prank call tapes, but check Larry Perkins, aka Lil' Playa, as he makes moves at the Agenda trade show.
With word on the street circulating about the upcoming Brandon Westgate part, Collin Provost reminds us all of his instant classic from Stay Gold in 2010—he ollied a house!
What a day: Bands, makes, slams, and a gnarly extension were all on hand to celebrate 18 years of skate anarchy. Here's Trujillo, Stranger, Cardiel, and many others at SF's Potrero del Sol.
Element and LE may seem very different but in the end it's all skating. They hit up spots, get the locals involved, and have a blast. Featuring Trapasso, Sinner, Davidson, Tancowny, and many more.
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