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Here's some vintage 90's East Coast skating including the legendary Pepe (RIP) skating in Timberlands. Bobby Worrest introduces a classic part from the 1997 True Mathematics video.

Taylor avoids getting tangled in the rail and takes the plunge instead.

This past year Bobby has really added to his legacy of sick lines with trick choices that go well together.

The term "ATV" gets thrown around pretty loosely, but Frecks is the real embodiment of All Terrain. There are some hairballl ditch stunts in this part, as well as revenge for the ghosts of Hall of Meats past...

The "hard way" can be used to describe a few different moves. It applies here on Liam's crazy front shove 50-50 on wet ground.

Preston has done a lot of miles with a lot of skate legends but this trip ranks up there as one of the true greats. Here's a last blast of outtakes and random footage.

Take a trip back in time to the Hunters Point Dish contest with T.Guerrero, Mic-Reyes, Julien, Cam, Arco, and all the old City heads. —Jake Phelps

You can tell what Frecks had in mind here. It required a lot of speed and with speed comes risk.

Meticulous, painstaking edits can be a great thing, but sometimes a rough and raw chop can capture a skate tour just as well. Here's Daewon, Pudwill, Tolentino, and many other DVS riders in Costa Rica, Panama, and Peru.

Throw a tape in the boom box and shred. No pressure skateboarding is back with the Brooklyn Projects Hollywood Throw Down.

His skating is often underground but always awesome, we're looking forward to this full part from Frecks. Premieres here Friday.

Gary reacts to a $15,000 skateboard dipped in gold, a teacher who went postal on some skaters, Alien Workshop's troubles, and a flat-bottom knock-out.

Here's a quick blast of footage that Joey Digital has stacked with rippers like Brian Anderson, Shane O'Neill, Omar Salazar, Mark Suciu, Daryl Angel and many others.

It's always cool to see a veteran pro continue to evolve and push themselves on raw streets. This Gall part is a great example. Frecks introduces a classic from the 2007 Habitat video.

Laughs, slams, makes, nature shots, and some unique editing. This one is a trip. Special mention for Dave Mull's ripping and creative part starting at 4:52.

No weird ramp extensions or tricked-out terrain here. Just some classic, big transitions and a leg-burning padless run.

This well-filmed video has a rad adventure vibe and has some of the biggest ditch terrain the US has to offer. Featuring Manderson, Louie Lopez, Sammy Baca, Kenny Anderson, and Nuge. Special mention for Raemers' gap to 50-50.

A mysterious video landed on our shores. A lot of care was put into the skating and editing within it. Premieres here on Monday.

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