Marc Johnson's Sponsor Me, Moose's Game of SKATE, Erik Ellington's switch frontside flip, and more on today's episode of Skateline.
He had some footage here and there but this part really let the world know how incredible Wes' skating is. He has a one-of-a-kind loose and fast style and this edit has gotten only better since DC released it in 2010.
Here's one of the heaviest vert sessions to take place in recent memory, including rippers from three generations: Tony Hawk, Bob Burnquist, Rune Glifberg, Lincoln Ueda, Mike Frazier, Chris Russell, and many others.
Hammer after hammer, the barrage just doesn't stop. No half-stepping involved, Wimer brought out the heavy machinery. Boom!
The language barrier proves problematic as the Cliche crew try and maneuver around Japanese security. This episode includes some priceless young Puig footage. Bring back that sweater Lucas!
Any good teaser makes you want to watch the whole edit and Birdhouse achieves just that with this quick clip. Full video premieres here on Wednesday.
Familiarize yourself with the name. Chris Wimer skates fast and fearless, blazing his way onto the Zero squad. Part premieres here Monday.
We heard Louie Lo call this one a backside manual slide, but we're thinking it might need a more creative name. Whatever it is, it sure looks like fun.
Birdhouse killed it so hard on KOTR that there was plenty of leftover footage to throw together a rad edit.
Zero skateboards made a re-edit of Florida flow rider and rail chomper Kanaan Dern's part from the local video 3CHIP, filmed by Tommy Bohn.
They're not as common these days, but if you ever get a chance to watch or participate in a proper vert ramp session, make it happen. Things are twice as gnarly as they look on camera. Thanks for the epic weekend everybody.
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