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A good mix of flow and fun, Pyramid riders tend to share certain skate traits. This part is a good example.

Lately, there's amazing full parts going up every week and sometimes every day. But Zero's Cold War is going to be a major, hardcore release. Here's the team.

Hammeke caught up with some of the riff raff celebrating Halloween up at Burnside.

"Alice Coper, welcome to my nightmare..." —Vertical Vampire

Everyone knows Grant's got those crazy airs to Back-D bash. Do you think he slammed on one of those or is this a classic unexpected hang-up?

Ledge surgeon, precision flick, NBDs: Here's some of that pure and absolute board control only a handful of guys have.

Not a lot of slams or close-calls here. This has dozens of solid makes and also features Fabrizio Santos and Carlos De Andrade.

He's known for his snap and tech abilities, but TX can jump up on some mean Hubbas as well.

Skate videos had been growing crazier by the year for some time, but Zero's pure-hammer, no-filler skating (like this JT part) were utterly shocking. Tony Cervantes introduces a classic from 1999.

In this Halloween episode, Gary is visited by a ghost of slams past, discusses the unique history of heelflips, and gets a visit from Forrest Edwards.

We've seen a few clips, and heard some rumors, but our sources tell us this guy's skating and tech ability are a sight to behold. Full part premieres here tomorrow.

Either of these tech ledge tricks alone must feel nice. But together in a line? Damn. Full video part coming this Wednesday.

How much skating can go down in one weekend? Drehobl and Kenny Anderson find out by ripping huge private bowls, parks, and raw streets. This also has guests Jason Jessee, Robbie Russo, Ronnie Sandoval, Gerwer, and others.

Louie gets creative and gnarly and makes great use of a unique handrail, with no room to spare. As seen in the November 2013 mag.

This part just keeps building and by the last third Jordan Hoffart is fully going psycho on gnarly street terrain, including some clearly insane China missions.

The boards are weird. The skating is rad. Give these guys a hand. Of course Pyramid Country has their fingerprints on this one.

Board company teams often share some traits and Expedition is known for clean skating and wicked tech-snap. Here's Zered Bassett, Spencer Hamilton, Taylor McClung, Matt Miller's crazy pop, and others.

Here's a line of Jordan Hoffart to hold you over til tomorrow—Friday we're all "goin' Hoff."

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