The 2000 SOTY grabs shotgun; spilling the beans on his bizarre pre-rail rituals, man-on-flash violence and the one thing that could make him quit skating for good.
When you really know a park, you can let loose and attack everything in sight. These guys know every square inch of the Oceanside, CA park and it shows in a big way.
Flowing through the SF streets, creative use of spots, and of course bombing hills: here's that "makes you want to skate" GX vibe again. Featuring Brian Delatorre, Jake Johnson, Ben Gore, Al Davis, Wes Kremer, and many other rippers.
The House-squad is looking strong these days. Here's John Hill cranking out fifteen or so sick makes, KOTR-crusher Mike Davis, and Shawn Hale with his unique trick choices.
Ben is on a psychotic skate mission to ride the deepest pits and terrain ever. It's almost like Earth is running out of spots gnarly enough for him to ride. Unreal. Here's his Welcome to Nike part.
Dan Plunkett just made the cross country move from ATL to the Bay Area. Before he even had a chance to unpack we showed up with a copy of the new SOTY issue for him to dissect.
Worldwide trips to find perfect new spots are cool, but the RVCA team scouted the USA's crusty, raw streets in this sick tour vid. Featuring Josh Harmony, Julian Davidson, Spanky, Nestor Judkins, and others.
You can tell that Bobby took pride in this all-Pulaski part and worked hard. But it must have been fun stacking together those lines, too. Amazing stuff, Bobby.
Yes, you read that headline correctly. One of the gnarliest, non-stop skate demons has stacked clips for yet another part. This time it's his Welcome to Nike part, and you know it won't be filler.
This edit shows how skate crews can really push each other. And it helps when you have rippers like Riley Hawk, Chris Gregson, Rowan Zorilla, Mason Merlino, Taylor Kirby, and many others.
There's perfect plazas sprouting up all over the world, but DC's Pulaski Park is an All-American skate landmark. Bobby filmed a part at this legendary spot. Coming this Friday.
We couldn't think of any reason not to relive Mark's instant classic from a different perspective. We're pretty sure you'll agree. Enjoy...
Here's Gary with a criticism of the Tensor trucks name, there's a crazy coffin drop-in, a Sheckler impersonation, a wizard disappears, and a Koston boycott is discussed.
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