• Classics: Mike Carroll's "Yeah Right" Part

    Classics: Mike Carroll's "Yeah Right" Part
    I'm so old that I still have VHS. The good stuff lives through any format distortion. SOTY 1994, ESDC. -Jake Phelps
  • Alexis Ramirez's "Welcome to JSLV" Part

    Alexis Ramirez's "Welcome to JSLV" Part
    He's a member of The Mafia, so you know his tech game is strong. But Alexis got some guns on him as well, and he ain't afraid to bring out the heavy artillery.
  • Hall Of Meat: Berronte Ramirez

    Hall Of Meat: Berronte Ramirez
    Berronte lets the filmer know that he's done after this attempt but the crushing slam speaks for itself.
  • Rip 'N' Dip Road Trip Video

    Rip 'N' Dip Road Trip Video
    The Summer Tour is everything awesome. Relentless, brutal heat, but a good crew and plenty of cold beer. Cheers, dudes. This edit rips.
  • SKATELINE: 09.15.2015

    SKATELINE: 09.15.2015
    Chris Joslin goes pro, Grant Taylor bonks a beer, Carlos Ribeiro, escalator slam, and more in today's episode of Skateline.
  • John DeMar's "Solo" Part

    John DeMar's "Solo" Part
    John went above and beyond for this one. Not only is he the star of the video, he recorded an original song to go along with it. Truly a strong "Solo" act.
  • Alexis Ramirez's "Welcome to JSLV" Teaser

    Alexis Ramirez's "Welcome to JSLV" Teaser
    Alexis has been making noise down in SD for a hot minute, but his big introduction to the world is about to happen on Thursday - Right here.
  • Firing Line: Alexis Ramirez

    Firing Line: Alexis Ramirez
    When the ledges GO, the lines must flow. Alexis skips the push between blocks and rolls on out like a boss.
  • Chris Joslin's "12 Days In China" Part

    Chris Joslin's "12 Days In China" Part
    Nobody has burned brighter over the last couple years than Chris Joslin, but to film a part this heavy in less than two weeks is unbelievable. Congrats on turning pro, dude. Well-deserved is an understatement.
  • Lost in Transition: Blaize Blouin

    Lost in Transition: Blaize Blouin
    All you tranny dogs take note; It's not the tricks, it's how you do 'em. Blaize Blouin did 'em right. One foot Andrechts. RIP IN PEACE. -Jake Phelps