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Having a distinctive style while shredding every kind of terrain is as rad as it gets. And Phil Shao is a great example. Here's Al Partanen introducing a classic part from the 1998 Think video.
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Backyard vert ramps are an endangered species, but they're too rad to ever really die. David Gonzalez is a fan of skate history and introduces a part from the 1984 Powell-Peralta vid, "Bones Brigade Video Show."
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Skating is always progressing but speed and finding the right lines never gets old. Darren Navarrette introduces a classic from the 1987 Gullwing video.
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Chris has always ripped, but he shocked a lot of people with how gnarly and well-rounded this part was. Colin Provost introduces a classic from the 2003 Emerica vid.
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Sierra Fellers had his first video premiere experience to this classic video from 1997—No one can doubt Daewon Song.
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Here's a wild mix of creative skating, gnarly stunts, dork tricks, and slams. This part also includes one of the biggest ollie attempts ever, so of course Jaws introduces this Flip Classic from 2002.
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Frankie Hill was known for going big and his part from "Ban This" released in 1989 is a perfect example of that. Ramondetta introduces a classic.
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Whether it's big airs or wild lip tricks, Mike has a fast, razor's-edge style. And this was filmed in one day. Ben Raybourn introduces a classic part from the 1990 Powell vid.
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Ben has a lot of moves, but this clip shows that the act of carving and grinding can be a hell of a thing. Sam Hitz introduces a classic from the 1990 Gullwing video.
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Here is Senn's signature high-speed skating and his great use of hills and spots. This Toy Machine part still holds up and, arguably, has gotten better with age. Jerry Gurney introduces a 1998 classic.
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