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Trevor Colden gets taken to the gnarliest spots around and gets a clip or two (or three) every single time. How else are you going to have a part this insane?

Deep in some urban center, Max links together a rad line without rolling in his natural stance.

Everyone's good these days. However, some skaters just roll faster, come up with better lines, and are more fun to watch. Massimo straight rips.

Cliché's new vid is packed with great skating, but this part right here is the curtains. If you're unfamiliar with Flo, now would be a good time to get educated. This guy rips.

Backyard ramp sessions are often epic but this is one for the ages. Here's Lance, Hawk, Cab, McGill, Grosso, Blender, and others. Josh Borden introduces a classic from the 1985 Powell-Peralta video.

Over the past few years Massimo has risen from the underground. He's now giving us a full part filled with his fast skating and ripping style. Premieres here this Wednesday.

 

Andrew's crazy mega-snap abilities are well-displayed in this line.

We've seen the final cut of Trevor Colden's full-part. And yeah, it's going to be one of "those" parts. Meaning gnarly as hell, no-filler, all-ender, skate prodigy insanity. Premieres right here this Thursday, 6/20.

Sk8Mafia and Sweet skateboards came together to make a video. This shared part of Tyler and Gustav is the curtains. The level of board control you are about to witness is mind blowing.

More Shao, Speyer, Pailes, Bici, and Choppy Omega. Wade's final transfer is make or break all the skin off your body.

Grosso talks about the early history of Thrasher and how Chris Strople got the first skate photo cover.

This ramp launcher has a huge inflatable landing, so there's no way someone could wind up in Hall of Meat, right?

This perfect set of loading docks didn't stand a chance against a Lucas line.

Some wood parks get set on fire by the skating of Donny Barley, Phil Shao, and others. You gotta see Wade Speyer's bowl grind at 1:38.

During the early '90s tech-skating explosion, Willy was right there in the mix helping push skating forward. Jamie Palmore introduces a classic part from the 1993 Birdhouse vid.

Tyler is this new breed of skater who has an ultra-deep bag of tricks at his command, and chooses his lines at will.

If you picked up our July issue you've seen the photo. Now feast your eyes upon the footy. Eighteen stair fs blunt?! Where does it go from here?

This was a crazy day. It started with two guys trying the same trick. Forrest landed the switch flip. Then DJ Gaudin landed something you gotta see to believe.

Our man escapes unscathed, narrowly avoiding what could have been a major tragedy.

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Two covers heating it up this month: Raven Tershy nose grabbing a back tail way over vert at FDR and Figgy getting crooked down a 24-stair monster. Tons more Stay Flared tour highlights inside, 20 pages if you're counting. Other travel tales include an epic Dubai mission for We Are Blood and the Asphalt Yacht Club voyages to Hawaii. Tom K and Frank Shaw both get the Heads treatment and music-wise we got interviews with Morrissey and Slayer, so that's worth the admission price alone.
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