Big James seriously crushes spots (especially monster handrails) in this sick part. And since it's filmed entirely in and around Alabama you've NEVER seen these spots.
Unless you saw it first-hand, it's tough to know how much damage Hurricane Sandy created. Ron shows his East Coast love (and his rad-smooth-fun skate style) by filming this part in and around New Jersey and New York.
Jimmy and James exchange crossfire on topics ranging from Thai sword fights to Southern heritage to girl cars.
You're not gonna find clips from China or LA schoolyards in this edit. James handled his business in and around his home state of Alabama. This video part will not disappoint.
Whoa. We figured there'd be good skating here, but we didn't know these full parts from Dave Bachinsky and Dan Murphy would be so absolutely raw. This vid is killer and has a great East Coast vibe.
Winning the 2010 Australian Skater of the Year is a big deal. It might even get you sponsored. Burman does the Brunch and talks going pro, exotic dancers, and tricking dudes into sending naked photos.
Hood Life videographer Alex Heskett films the finer things in life - skating, trippy-ass art and rock 'n' roll. Soundtrack by Harsh Toke!
Marcus has always been rad and this is one of his better parts, including his crazy, unexpected Hubba Hideout ender. Beagle One-ism intoduces a classic part from 1996.
East Coast powerhouses Dave Bachinsky and Dan Murphy put together a killer video part with filmer Elliott Vecchia. We'll premiere it here this Friday.
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