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Classics: Harold Hunter "Zoo York Mixtape"

  • Classics: Mark Appleyard's "Really Sorry" Part

    Classics: Mark Appleyard's "Really Sorry" Part
    Apple’s part from Flip’s 2003 full-length was an absolute game-changer, and he made it look easy. 
  • Classics: Andrew Brophy's "Dejavu" Part

    Classics: Andrew Brophy's "Dejavu" Part
    Saying Brophy has “POP” is a profound understatement. Let’s take a trip back to 2008 for a comprehensive look at his ability to bounce up and onto everything in his path.
  • Classics: Dan Drehobl's "Krooked Kronichles" Part

    Classics: Dan Drehobl's "Krooked Kronichles" Part
    With the gnarliness and wizardry of his transition skating, Dan has always carved out his own path. This part makes you want to go skate. Here’s a classic from 2006.
  • Classics: Rick Howard's "Virtual Reality" Part

    Classics: Rick Howard's "Virtual Reality" Part
    Rick's tech contribution to street skating throughout the 90s gave him legendary status. A whole bunch of these moves were NBD. Here’s a classic part from Plan B's 1993 video.
  • Black Dave's "NYBD" Part

    Black Dave's "NYBD" Part
    Dave survives a vicious KO from the hard concrete and delivers a ripping video part for Zoo York from the streets of NYC, capping things off by conquering the spot that put him out cold.