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This bump to dumpster never stood a chance. Kirby rifles off trick after trick before finally unleashing the haymaker. Goodnight!

Some skaters have their personality shine through both video parts and photography. This high-risk 5-0 cover just screams Greco.

Geoff's skating constantly evolves so it's always cool to see what he's up to. Here's some huge ditch terrain, tech board control, classic Rowley-gnar, and a few surprises.

These French dream spots get destroyed by both Flip and Cliché riders. There's also a Gonz cameo, an amazing gap to noseslide, and Cairo has a brutal battle.

Snapping any flip-trick over the JKwon blocks is an accomplishment. And Carlos even throws in a sick ender after that.

Homegrown vids like this provide a look at raw talent and never-seen spots. Here's a ripper coming out of Georgia and you gotta love these board slide enders.

Curren is an ATV who's never in four-wheel drive. It all comes real easy, like he's simply cruising from point A to point B. Must be nice...

Talk about a star-studded cast. Two of skateboarding's heaviest rosters are hitting the road and may be in a town near you.

Damn, skating looks so sick when it's done at a high rate of speed. Jack is hauling ass here and manages to throw in a surprise ender as well.

Treacherous Russian terrain is not an issue for Yura Renov. He just barges. Skate and Destroy is a universal language.

They only had a brief filming window so the Vox team concentrated on just skating fast and having fun as they whip around a buttery park. Here's Justin Strubing, Truman Hooker, and some ripping newcomers.

Even though Jamie already had an untouchable skate legacy and was closing in on 40 years old, he still waged an epic battle for his Cold War ender - a trick that is gnarly by any standard.

Unbelievable. Pure natural talent pushed to its limits. Pedro's skating speaks for itself.

Maybe it was a fear of tumbling over the other side that prevented Yura from committing to this rail. He pays the price anyway.

The legendary Clipper spot is about to become a handicap-access elevator. Lots of skate history here adds up to one epic goodbye session. Thanks to SFUSD for their consent. Spots come and go, but Clipper is forever. -Jake Phelps

Chris Cole on Plan B, Kilian Martin goes to the desert, Tom Asta on Santa Cruz, Chris Joslin and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Jason Dill introduces this part and he makes a great point: if you're a certain age you'll know every second of this clip and every lyric in the song. Here's Doug in the 1988 Powell-Peralta video.

The number of hard-to-comprehend tricks in this edit is extensive. Prepare to rewind.

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Sascha Daley scores the August front with a high-altitude kickflip into an ancient bank—more Daley heat inside with his Heads interview. Chris Gregson gets the Heads treatment as well and Nick Boserio and Ron Deily get fully grilled. Loud headphones coasts through Costa Rica; the FA Sk8 Fucks jump in the tour bus with Earl Sweatshirt; Cons streetstyles through the South and Lakai goes bananas in Puerto Rico. Done deal, dude.
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