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Welcome picks creative skaters who can also totally rip and that describes Ryan's skating perfectly. Here's some cool trick choices, unexpected manuals, and beastly boardslides (in both stances).

The caliber of skating is reaching incredible heights. A gang of rippers descended on an abandoned Detroit warehouse and went ballistic. Enjoy...

Front board hurricane just sounds cool. Slash didn't have much room for this one but he made it look good.

Clint Walker, Jason Park backside 360 kickflip blunt NBD, Greg Lutzka, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

This slam is brutal. Jake jumps a large loading dock gap but doesn't quite make it all the way. Harsh consequences....

Marius nails this 99% of the time, but all it takes is one hangup to feel the cold hard 'crete. 

Cale Nuske keeps destroying spots and slamming hard in France, mostly for his Cliché's "Bon Appétit" video part.

Speed, pop, and power makes for a killer line every time. Jake video part this Friday...

This guy stacked a truly insane amount of clips, but since he has a wild bag of tricks you never know what's coming next. Those enders!

Some beautiful filming documents an epic trip here. These spots are so buttery it's unreal. Includes Nick Garcia, Trent McClung and rippers that are legends in their home countries but maybe new to you like Phil Zwijsen, Michael Mackrodt and Karsten Kleppan.

Skating can be brutal. If it was any easier the thrills would be less and the makes wouldn't mean as much either. Risk is a huge part of the deal and here's an onslaught montage of major slams.

It's cool when two ledge tricks are related yet they contrast each other. Corey definitely thought these two would work well together.

This edit is a real gem. Dustin Henry delivers a sweet video part radiating with the essence of the SF streets. Goddamn night footage looks sick...

The reigning SOTY hasn't slowed down one bit. Ishod tosses out a couple warm ups and then makes a difficult front blunt look like a cake walk. 

Born on the edge of the USSR, Gosha Konyshev is part of a new generation of Russian skaters living on the fringe. This is raw, bare bones skateboarding at its finest. 

Count the walls. Chris Russell does his best Energizer Rabbit at the Van Doren Invitational. He keeps going and going...

The worldwide spot hunt continues as a bunch of Element riders journeyed to Taiwan and stacked some amazing clips. Premieres here on Friday.

Nyjah slams, Andrew Reynolds, Jason Park, Luan Oliveira and more on today's episode of Skateline.

Figgy, Nuge, Frecks, Slash, Baca, Dee: Doesn't that just sound like a group of guys who would hit the road, shredding music at live shows and skating spots the whole way? Here's the band Arctic on a fun trip.

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