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Filming a decent edit in two weeks is no easy task. However, Skateline-approved Hall of Meat inductee, Fries Taillieu, managed to come through with a solid and stylish edit from his recent travels to the States. 

Filming a full part is a huge endeavor and requires getting lumped repeatedly, no matter how good you are. Jeremy's part is going to be so sick.

Criticism of crappy skateparks is fair game but when you're with your friends you can have a blast anywhere. This vid rules and you gotta see the ender!

A kickflip front board through a kinked rail? Even skaters oozing with natural talent like Jeremy are gonna have to work for that one.

High-level street skating in the concrete jungle of downtown Toronto. What's not to love? Big ups to Bobby and Blue Tile! 

Bob Burnquist rips, Alex Midler's Volcom part, Chris Joslin on Etnies, Plan B Video and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Can a legendary skater still be underrated? A true flip-trick magician, the way Billy's board returns to his feet never ceases to amaze and this part has some shocking hammers. Jeremy Leabres introduces a classic edit from 2004.

It takes something special to really stand out these days. Jeremy has IT. This part is gonna be heavy. Premieres here Friday...

Ryan is one of the true clip-stacking kings of all time. He gets footage almost daily and none of it is mediocre. This guy rips.

Speed, pop, power. Leo just makes it look easy. SOTY is forever...

Harold Hunter Day VIII went down this past weekend at LES skate park in Manhattan. Check out video and photos from the day here.

Not much to say other than THIS PART FUCKING RIPS! Great spots and trick selection, well-edited, and an ender that'll drop your jaw to the concrete.

These edits truly are a treat. We'll never get tired of watching great skating filmed in the greatest city on earth.

The GX squad rips through the streets of London, knowing that the omnipresent eye of CCTV always has a 2nd angle. 

No shortage of tricks or speed here. Joslin tears through a DTLA spot and earns himself a proper Firing Line. Get used to hearing this kid's name...

A big middle finger goes out to every rock and pebble that has sent us horizontal. 

This DIY thing is nothing new, but we've seen more concrete poured recently than ever before. Big ups to everyone that's put in work. Channel Street has been a San Pedro staple for a while now and Ronnie, Robbie, Oscar and many more went to work before they shut it down. 

He's had some sick coverage lately with both tech madness and classic moves. The word is out: Kyle is a true ripper. Wait until you see his full part this Friday.

Silas Baxter Neal actually skates, Greyson Fletcher hits Mammoth, Pyramid Country trailer, downhill slam and more in today's episode of Skateline.

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