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The early '90s were a blizzard of tech progression and Henry was at the forefront. Stevie Williams introduces one of his favorite skaters in a classic part from the 1992 Blind vid.

Menikmati debuted in 2000 and marked the dawn of a new era. Things got gnarly and were being filmed with a quality never seen before. French Fred was behind the lens. Now he's opening up his archives. From Koston's éS years to Rowley's suicidal Flip stunts. Get ready.

He unleashed an ultra-tech part earlier this year and Micky is still going strong with a wild move we've never seen before.

There's been a lot of rumors that this guy is an all-terrain ruler and has a unique approach to skating. This Friday he rises from the underground with a full part premiere right here.

Piece Of Cake. The finals went off and Shane O'Neill took the top honors. Best trick got a little wild with a stripper, Dustin, Axel, Reynolds, Koston, Gravette, and Gillette. Good times here—Cheers CPH!

 

Here we go again. Another guy that's so good it's hard to comprehend. Auby stacks clips and had a full edit of amazing VX footage laying around. He's a true street ripper but special mention for his sick ledge work.

Stopped in Oxford for a slice of suck, got into a jam and had to bail on Jackson. Made it to the Big Easy and lurked at an indoor bowl. 6am flight on Sunday, fuck this is what we do. —Jake Phelps

A big ol' vert ramp and a ring of fire all add up to fun day and night. Beckett, Perelson, Rune, and PLG hit the vert hard and the ring got lit up by Ishod, Silas, Reynolds, and Axel. Good times at CPH.

 

24 hours of Memphis. We bootlegged a show at the Gaslight and blew Altown out with an onslaught from Figgy, Gerwer, David Gonzalez, Gravette, Patlanta, and Raney. Some epic shit here kids!

This line was no sweat for Blake and that's why he's really blown up in the past year.

The Circus Circus hosted a best trick contest with some cash from Levi's and Silas, Marius, Ishod and Luan all grabbed some.

St. Louis under the bridge, from the gutter to the stars. Here's Raney, Fardell, Gerwer, Riley Hawk and the crew. Also, this has one of the gnarliest spots on the trip; Hermann's Hole—a river dance nightmare.

Dan Drehobl has relaunched Freedumb Airlines into cyberspace. You can now buy some of the OG logos with a modern touch-up at FreedumbAirlines.com

Chillin' in Illinois. Chicago to Carbondale and then into St. Louis—Raybourn's out, Jaws and Gravette step in. Shop owner quote of the day after it was over, "Is there gonna be a product toss?" 

A short part with slams, style, and a narrow, indoor vert ramp? It's gotta be Jason. This classic from the 1995 Consolidated video gets introduced by Tony Miorana.

The nollie heel crooks here must have felt so nice. Auby has a full part premiering right here this Saturday.

It was only logical to begin the burning in Detroit Crack Rock City. Grant Taylor, Ben Raybourn, and a 40 man onslaught - Skate Rock begins now!

 

New pro Dakota gets grilled; including questions about all those boardslides and some harsh observations about other Foundation riders.

Colden, Majerus, Midler, Youness, and Nassim all heated it up in the finals. In the end Nassim Guammaz took the top honors and the cold ones flowed shortly there after. A big thanks to Volcom and the Amsterdamn Am crew for another fun one.

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