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Wheels are no longer required, Marty Murawski rips, LRG flatground conspiracy, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

You don't get to kick back and relax on a fat wallie boardslide like this. You gotta stay sharp or you might get bucked off.

One thing that ties together the riders of $lave is that they all seem like maniacs who would skate exactly the same without cameras or sponsors around. AJ is a good fit for such a program.

Jack leaves his mark on both famous street spots and, as shown here, any park he puts his four wheels on. This guy is so good.

10 Euros a day, a tent under the stars, and nothing to do but skate hard til you drop. It's no wonder that Cliché has stuck with the Gypsy Tour format all these years.

Here's Jack Olson's winning run from PHX Am 2015. Full edit coming soon. Congrats Jack!

Street skating in San Francisco offers endless opportunities, you just have to open your mind and explore its sweeping terrain.

From eye-witness accounts, we heard this gnarly gap to boardslide was twice as crazy as it looks on video and that it required warp-speed and total commitment.

A lot of skaters show up to the big Stanford Hubba with a trick in mind only to find out it's WAY bigger in person. Here's Malto describing his epic back noseblunt which made the front of the mag.

Happy Hour rolled through D-Rock and, as their name implies, they had a great time. Here's a sick barrier session with Kirby, Tancowny, Herman, Szafranski, and Leabres who has a beautiful ender.

The crew covers a lot of ground in SF, from Miley to Waller to SOMA to Potrero. Great skating combined with a nice local soundtrack make for a cool edit.

Look closely and you will see that Jeff was planning to ghost-ride his whip on this wild trick. The nasty wooden Hubba had other plans.

There are a handful of tricks in the history of street skating that were absolute game changers and helped push us to where we are today. Bachinsky's El Toro kickflip in 2006 was one of them.

Shane O'Neill is a robot, Gou Miyagi gets creative, Nick Tucker's pop, Mike Davis' switch 360 flip, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Skating is filled with strong opinions, but some things aren't really up for debate: Tom Penny's effortless board control is one of the best of all time. End of story. Tyler Bledsoe introduces a classic edit from the 2002 éS video.

Pontus has always been a creative, spot-hunting madman as this edit shows. He quit Cliché before the completion of their Bon Appétit vid and these clips were lost to the ages until now.

Leave it to Ishod to stir up a blizzard on a sunny California day.

Heavy mission in the truck with Rowan, Darkness & Gut from SC to LA. Reynolds ripped it and then we had plenty of time to sip it. 

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Daniel Lutheran gaps out to the June '15 cover with a dead-eye over-the-back 50-50 down a 20 set. And there's plenty more Propeller partying inside, including full-length Dan-Lu and Elijah Berle interviews. Hockey homies John Fitzgerald and Donovon Piscopo throw down off the ice. Corey Glick demonstrates his Lunatic flick. Volcom hits the highway en route to Austin's Fun Fun Fun Fest. Josh Borden talks about his am-to-pro bump; the Bones Swiss team (well, not all of them) set their sights on the motherland and a full recap of this year's Thrasher/Converse Death Match at SXSW.
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