A bunch of hungry ams in town and a few hours at The Rock led to some ridiculously wild Hubba ledge and rail stunts. Somewhere, Scott Kane is smiling...
The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. There's like five or six crazy things about this one clip as all hell breaks loose on a group hill bomb.
Two 25 stair spots in the same day? Goddamn! The Lyon ollie remains one of the gnarliest stunts attempted in the history of skateboarding... and he went back for seconds!
Seen that New Balance vid? How about "Stee"? With those two parts and other clips, Tyler's insane board control is now fully on radar.
Running shoes, high speed tow-ins, Instagram titties, primo slides, and deadly origami. This is today's episode of Skateline.
Erik Ellington skates to the sounds of Danzig—Figgy introduces a classic from the 2003 Emerica video, This Is Skateboarding.
Multiple parks and a non-stop barrage from an all-terrain squad of shredders. The juice crew squeezes out the stoke.
Like it or not, he's one of the gnarliest dudes alive, and it doesn't look like he's gonna let up anytime soon. This line is ridiculous.
If this doesn't make you want to ditch school or work or whatever you're doing to go skate then we can't help you.
Who else made gnarly skating look so damn effortless and smooth? Appleyard (our 2003 SOTY) was in a class of his own. Let's take a trip back to the filming of Flip's Sorry video.
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