Vox has been steady building a sick squad. Here's Jordan Hoffart, Peter Watkins, Cody McEntire, Truman Hooker, Drew Dezort, and some ripping new guys.
Flips off bridges, hot babes, Ishod, Reynolds, Nassim, Zom, Gillette ripping, slams, BBQs, and trash cans in Amsterdam and Copenhagen all equal a yardsale. Thanks for all the good times CPH and Amsterdam crews!
1993 was a long time ago. Our first vid, The Truth Hurts, had it all, slams, rails, Wallenberg, hills, Ice-T, and Chef Pierre lays it all down. Crabs, eggs, hot sauce – this is Thrasher.
This is one of the best things you'll see all year. Not only are Koston's goofing abilities otherworldly, but they probably help him deal with the pressure of filming major video parts. Let's take a journey to the Menikmati days. We love you Eric!
Here's more crazy footage with Real's veteran squad and their young blood like Massimo Cavedoni, Alex Midler, Na-Kel Smith, and Robbie Brockel.
Ronnie is a true tech titan and has been making it look so easy for so long. Here's some of his legendary lines from 1996. Introduced by Dennis Busenitz.
From Greyson's psycho float to Raven's Rube-a-Dube to Hatchell's trick wizardry, this was one of the wildest finals we've ever seen. And Raney's transfer? Just wait!
The Vans US Open in Huntington Beach is going off with a Marseilles-inspired concrete wonderland poured right on the sand. Here's some gems from practice and qualifiers, with Raney, Hatchell, Blair, and more heating it up! Semis and finals tomorrow.
He attacks a bunch of different terrain, has surprise moves you never see coming, and has a blast pushing himself as hard as he can. Hell yeah, this part rips.
This huge port in Spain became the setting for an amazing event with DIY skate obstacles, bands, and art. Featuring Kenny Anderson, Ben Raemers, Tom Remillard, and others. As seen in the August mag.
Thanks to Jim Beam, garlic, road miles, gas cards, Waters and crew, Monster, Contour, Sypniewski, and all the bands. Jaws, Raybourn, Gravette, and four SOTYs—one epic adventure. Hopefully another one is right around the corner...
The early '90s were a blizzard of tech progression and Henry was at the forefront. Stevie Williams introduces one of his favorite skaters in a classic part from the 1992 Blind vid.
Menikmati debuted in 2000 and marked the dawn of a new era. Things got gnarly and were being filmed with a quality never seen before. French Fred was behind the lens. Now he's opening up his archives. From Koston's éS years to Rowley's suicidal Flip stunts. Get ready.
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