Vincent always brings those unique tricks and loose style wherever he goes and this time he also brings Ronnie Sandoval, Nakel Smith, and Jon Sciano.
Dudes you've never heard of, with names you can barely pronounce? Don't trip; skating is universal and these guys totally rip and have some truly wild moves.
They just finished a mind-melting video but these guys never stop ripping. Here's Ishod Wair, Justin Brock, Daryl Angel, and the wickedly talented Shane O'Neill, who does an absolutely insane manual.
Skating doubles can be difficult even with basic tricks. Peter and Josh are so good they were able to link up some gnarly skating together.
Board company teams often share some traits and Expedition is known for clean skating and wicked tech-snap. Here's Zered Bassett, Spencer Hamilton, Taylor McClung, Matt Miller's crazy pop, and others.
When you've got both Shaun Ross and Tyrone Olson, you know it's a unique crew of rippers. Another rad ender goes down on the big QP.
With momentum building from his sick "VX-clusive" part and a KOTR Mystery Guest spot, Auby is on a real tear.
The hubbas and handrail get skipped this time, but the Wunga skate crew rips the park to shreds anyway. You gotta see what Ronnie Sandoval does at 1:54.
If you wanna really handle D Rock properly, camp out at the park for a couple days like Taylor Kirby, Riley Hawk, T-Spliff, and the rest of the Shep Dawgs crew. These dudes are the shit!
Even though they just hit their deadline and were all broke off, Emerica's MADE crew stopped by D Rock for some quick destruction.
His full part goes live tomorrow, but this should whet your appetite in the meantime.
A bunch of hungry ams in town and a few hours at The Rock led to some ridiculously wild Hubba ledge and rail stunts. Somewhere, Scott Kane is smiling...
Vox has been steady building a sick squad. Here's Jordan Hoffart, Peter Watkins, Cody McEntire, Truman Hooker, Drew Dezort, and some ripping new guys.
This kid (and guest Jesse Arrowood) are both true skate demons. Watch here as they attack D-Rock.
He's been known for his loose trucks and creative style for three decades. We're stoked and honored that Matt filmed a part at D-Rock.
We heard that he's a ripper, but this part truly shows how gnarly Jack Fardell is. With guests Austin Kanfoush and Milton Martinez.
Some of the DGK crew briefly rolled through town and rattled off as many tricks and lines as they could. Here's Jack Curtin, Dane Vaughn, and others.
Give Ben Hatchell a couple days inside The Rock and he'll rip the place to shreds. You gotta see some of this transition wizardry.
Here's a quick blast of Manderson and friends making great use of the park.
These guys weren't in town for long, but they felt right at home at D-Rock.
After a little help from the bros, Dustin Dollin was able to handle an NBD at The Rock.
Since D-Rock is in his hometown of SF, one of the most requested parts we've been asked about (even by other pro skaters) is Busenitz. He came through with a rad clip, as always.
Remember what Double Rock looked like four years ago? Neither did we...until we went through these lost tapes and uncovered some gems.
A lot of people shred D Rock each week, but it's hard to understand how gnarly shit gets until you see it all put together. Throw in a soundtrack by The Luniz and this episode might be our personal favorite.
It's so rad seeing how different teams approach Double Rock, and Blood Wizard does not disappoint. Here's Jerry Gurney, Nich Kunz, Drew Dezort, Jack Given, Chris Gregson, and others.
A long winter's night bore witness to a heavy session from the Dickies team. Keep warm folks.
You've probably seen him backside 180 that 21-stair and ollie the whole damn Clipper ledge, but this kid is much more than a carcass toss. Remember the name, 'cause Milton Martinez has got it all. Viva Argentina!
Micky Papa's visit to D Rock was a short one, but that didn't stop him from unleashing some wild stunts on the rail and hubba.
I think it's safe to categorize this one as a face-melter. Big ups to everyone who spilled blood, sweat, and beer at D Rock over this last year.
On the eve of the SOTY party, Ben Nordberg rolled through the Rock and unleashed some of his signature coping craze. Special guest appearances from Collin Provost and our SOTY, David Gonzalez.
If you fly halfway around the world to skate D Rock, you're probably gonna lay it all on the line. Tim Zom, Robbin Oost, Shajen Willems, and Rob Maatman delivered the goods.
After extinguishing a fire that could've burned Double Rock down, Cory, Elijah, and Raven set the park ablaze with a different kind of heat.
There's some real mind-benders in this one. No joke. Also featuring David Loy, Boo Johnson, Cody Davis, and others.
Jamie Tancowny was hurt and out of the spotlight, but this clip is a sign that things are looking up. Also featuring Dee Ostrander and Trevor Colden.
Three decades of legendary skating and Mike V is still as gnarly as ever. You have to see this ender. Special guest Jason Adams.
You haven't heard of these dudes, but the thing about underground skaters is that the rad ones always rise up eventually.
This mega-edit has it all: Crazy new lines, established rippers, psycho ams, transition destruction, tech madness, NBDs, and a ripping female.
A bunch of unique East Coast styles hit D-Rock with their own approach to skating. Here's Jeff Lenoce, Mike Maldonado, Kevin Taylor, Manny Santiago, and some new jacks, including the rad Kyle Nicholson.
The D-Rock Hubbas have been skated non-stop for over two years. You'd think there were no more NBDs left. Think again.
The newer Birdhouse riders make nice use of the whole park and, of course, Jaws attacks the big QP.
The Dickies team picks their riders very carefully. And now Kevin is rising from his underground status, as this brief stop at the D-Rock shows.
There are many skate prodigies, but Flip knows how to pick the ones with style and longevity. Some of you have bearings older than these guys. Here's Oscar Meza, Louie Lopez, Curren Caples, and Alec Majerus.
Both these guys are ultra-tech mad scientists who love 'boarding progression and transition wizardry. Here's what happens when you give them two hours inside D Rock.
Skaters often try to destroy D-Rock but these guys dissect it like surgeons. Here's Mark Appleyard, Pat Duffy, Danny Supa, and both Decenzo brothers.
Here's Ramondetta (a resident D-Rock king), Moose and his surprisingly smooth tech-gnar, Carlin going crazy, and extra-special guest Chris Cole.
Team riders of a board company often share a similar skate vibe. The 1031 crew combines ripping and unique tricks from different eras. Here's Cyril, Fritz, Svitak, and Rossi.
Amidst their busy tour schedule, the Etnies team found a few hours to come shred The Rock. There's even a Devine Calloway sighting in the mix.
The best thing to come outta Napa Valley since Pinot Noir, Walker Ryan is an absolute stud on the stuntwood. Steady stompin' nollie flips like grapes in a barrel...
Not every session at The Rock is an intense, trick-getting affair, but when you put all the random clips together it's easy to come up with four minutes of really rad skating.
Creative skating and different eras of tricks, all mixed with Vincent's switch/regular/fakie hybrid blender. Oh yeah, he filmed this in like a minute.
As Carlos Ribeiro got a few last tricks for his video part, the LRG homies rolled thru the 'Rock for an evening of ripping.
Here are some of the Stone's younger rippers with Louie Lopez, Kyle Walker, Ben Raemers, that dude everyone is tripping on—Alec Majerus, and veteran park-killer Caswell Berry.
Oklahoma's finest never comes up short, and this time he brought his boys in for backup. Nobody move, nobody get hurt!
Some friends from across the Pacific stopped by the 'Rock to skate.
Jereme Rogers literally showed up at our doorstep with a bottle of champagne in each hand. He asked to skate Double Rock. Fuck it, why the hell not...
540's, faceplants, and an NBD transfer round out a solid session from the Lifeblood team.
After a brief pow-wow about the upcoming Bake And Destroy vid, Drew took the boys over to The Rock for an evening shred.
A board company like Santa Cruz becomes legendary through the riders who represent it. Here's Strubing, Guzman, Mikey Curtis, SC's newest team rider Shuriken Shannon, ripping ams, and even a Dressen sighting.
Raven ravaged the park like it was his last meal before the electric chair. Call it what you want, but this is what FUCK YEAH looks like.
A few late nights inside the park and Raven's part is ready to rock. Look forward to Thursday.
The Dutch destroyer exploded on the scene late last year with a video part that had the Internet creaming. This dude is the real deal. A couple hours inside the 'Rock and the rest is history. Skate Mental!
The Powell crew came motivated and ready to rip, but a surprise visit from Godfather Steve Caballero escalated their efforts to the next level.
A lot can happen in an hour. Davis stopped by the 'Rock for a quick session before hopping on a flight back to the Land O' Lakes, just in time for ice fishing season.
Last Friday was the gnarliest session in Double Rock history. Lots of dudes went buck, but all that really needs to be said is ANDY FUCKIN' ROY.
The team's stacked and Janoski footage is always a treat, but Austyn Gillette steals the show with one of the sweetest moves ever executed inside the 'Rock.
Hungry ams have always existed, but now they're filming entire parts in a few hours while doing tricks that were daydreams just a couple of years ago. Here's Yuri Facchini, Sewa Kroetkov, and Filipe Ortiz.
High-level ledge exploits, heavy hitters down the hubba, and a tranny banger from Marquise make this Double Rock episode one of our favorites thus far...
Strategic filming schedule with pre-planned trick lists? Hell no. Anti-Hero skated like they do every day: Full attack. Trujillo, Pfanner, Gerwer, Miorana, and Peabody go wall to wall.
Childress on the walls, Taylor in the rafters, and a couple of Euros gettin' tech. Sounds about right...
Some teams roll through Double Rock on a wild-eyed rampage. Others prefer stylish, effortless destruction. Nike SB did both. Stay tuned for Wieger, Youness, Salazar, Childress, and this other dude you may have heard of—Grant Taylor. Coming December 7.
Skate and Destroy is a state of mind. For Andrew Langi, destruction comes as clean and easy as a walk in the park.
Massimo rolls thru the Rock with quick feet, big snaps, and the homies from Oakland: T-Mo, Dontae, and Major.
Not only did Foundation shred the park, but they dropped a major NBD in the process, turning Nick Merlino pro right here at The Rock. Fuckin' rad. Congrats homie!
The truth is out there, folks. Just ask Fox Mulder. Aliens are among us…
A shuttle, piloted by comrade Omar Salazar, will be launching into orbit tomorrow from Space Station Double Rock. T minus 10, 9, 8...
Beer pong, bean dip, beam bonks, and bluntslides. It's a grown-man slumber party with the Bones crew at Double Rock...
The gang from SD spent the night at Double Rock in pursuit of rippage and a little green bag. Jimmy, Larelle, and Tyler set things off, until Wes Kremer stepped up and smoked it out of the park. Grand Slam Sk8Mafia!
Skateboarding's Cosa Nostra pays a friendly visit to Double Rock. No horses were harmed in the making of this feature...
Bones Am Brad McClain eats pieces of Double Rock tranny for breakfast. Shout out to Adam Sandler!
Nyjah Huston filmed this Double Rock in about the same time it would take you to watch a shitty Adam Sandler movie.
What's a pipe dream for most skate rats is just a casual midnight session for Josh Matthews. Some people just got it...
Lil Wayne. Double Rock. 3am. Next time we're bombing hills...
Paradise usually involves a baking sun, bikini'd babes, and a beach. But hell, a session at Double Rock ain't half bad...
A gnarly session hits the next level when the booze and live music get cranked up. Just another night at Double Rock...
Kyle Walker rolled through the park, barged a game of pool on our new table, and became the first dude to flip his way into Mount Rockmore.
Dyet, Decenzo, Lutzka, Bowerbank, and Thomas surfaced at the park one night and emerged around 3am with some heavy-hitting footage, including a face-melter from Dyet down the hubba.
In a mad world, only the mad are sane...
When you rip as hard as DJ Gaudin, we'll let it slide when you show up at 2am, unannounced.
Torey only had one afternoon in SF, but he damn sure made the most out of it. Check out all of the Torey videos leading up to the Big Bang here.
Rasmus Sand is an all-terrain ripper from Denmark who came and stayed at Double Rock a few days. By the time he left he'd put together a sick part, and even had us bumping some hard-ass Danish rap...
Mark Suciu rolled through guns blazing and delivered a quick Drive-By on the new rail and hubba ledges at Double Rock.
DC rolled through Double Rock with a SOTY named Cole, a legend named Kalis, and young bucks Matt Miller, Evan Smith, and Taylor McClung.
The mag opened their doors, offered some beers, Wahoo's, and some indoor Double Rock ripping. Hot Shit.
Santa Cruz rippers Ryan Harris and Travis Erickson put it down at the 'Rock, with a guest appearance from SF native Sean Gutierrez.
Dakine came through SF with a heavy crew: Check Machnau, Reeves, Conover, Atchley, and the rest of the team as they put on a show, with an ender from Ramondetta the likes of which Double Rock's never seen before.
The Famous squad put together a sick montage at the 'Rock, with a tough-as-nails hubba barrage from Andrew Pott to end it.
Kellen James, Nick Tucker, and Larelle Gray rolled up from SD and brought the Mafia to the 'Rock. Does this make Smolik Al Capone?
When the streets of San Francisco are wet, the City locals hang at the 'Rock. The Western Edition squad put together a nice edit over a couple days.
Axion leads an East Coast take-over down at the 'Rock, complete with a classic Raekwon track from Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.
Tony killed a couple hours at Double Rock before catching his flight to Australia.
These guys are known for bringing a wild mix of gnarly moves and tricks, just for the fun of it. Chris Haslam, Cooper Wilt, Willow, and others don't disappoint.
Elijah Berle and Yaje Popson rolled around the 'Rock and ripped each obstacle with ease. These two are gonna be heavy on radar soon...
Hella rippers rolled through the 'Rock over the past couple weeks, so we threw 'em all together in a montage and put that shit on wax.
Skate Mental rolled through the 'Rock for a quick warm-up before grabbing a sixer and hittin' the hills with P-Stone. Check the indoor madness here now; brews and bombs coming tomorrow...
We've got beds and couches, but the young bucks would rather lay out the sleeping bags and catch Z's by the double set.
Toss in some Gerwer, a dash of Lizard, add an impressive ender by The Fuenz, and what have you got? Must-see Double Rock TV…
New set of frames for Ben and his own Double Rock part. Things are looking up!
Some guys concentrate on one Double Rock obstacle at a time when filming. Svitak, Knight, Mead, and the other 1031 riders bounced from wall to wall, non-stop. Ben Raybourn gets his own part tomorrow.
Active sent up their squad of young bucks to attack Double Rock.
Happy Thanksgiving. Keep giving, we'll keep taking. Thanks for the ride.
Timing is everything. Things have been going Cody's way lately and it's because he's made it happen. One of the best Double Rocks we've had and his pro board is available now.
Throw an all-terrain shredder like Taylor Bingaman inside Double Rock and the results are bound to be killer. From the ledge to the QP and back around to the hubba, this kid can skate it all.
Double Rock has seen plenty of action in the last year, but nobody ripped it quite like Vince. Lightning speed, trick selection, and metal music all make for a must-see episode.
David Loy stopped by Double Rock and shredded everything in the park. Then, after he got bored with the stuff that was already there, he went to work and built his own obstacle. Homeboy rips.
The Silent skateboards team needed only a few hours to set Double Rock ablaze. Haven't heard of these guys before? This should get your attention.
They were only in town for a minute, but Lyn-Z Adams, Leticia Bufoni, Carabeth Burnside, and the rest of the crew made the most of it.
Some guys approach skating differently when they're filming, on tour, or cruising their local park. This clip here shows how Kyle skates daily.
The Think riders are always in and around SF, so they hit up Double Rock on the regs. Here's a glimpse at what they've got cookin' at the park.
The escalator bank at Double Rock ain't an easy hit, but Marius and Austyn ripped it harder than anyone thus far—and all they needed was a couple hours.
We gave you fair warning. Quick feet, board control, casual style—Mark Suciu is a monster in the making.
Brian Anderson's an all-time great and a good friend of the Mag. We gave him his own key to Double Rock so that he could show up unannounced and destroy every obstacle in his path. Beware the Street Pirate!
Bachinsky, Biggie, and an NBD—all within the comfy confines of Double Rock, USA. Somebody get this guy some new shoes!
Is Ishod Wair the hottest name in the biz? Two weeks ago you'd never heard of him, but now he's the PHX AM champ and working on a part in the upcoming Real vid. He stopped by Double Rock last Thursday in the morning and had a part done by lunchtime. This kid is for real.
Pete Raffin, Caswell Berry, and the Osiris squad needed only a few hours to film a sweet segment at the Rock.
Pour a concrete slab on a wooden slant and Dan Drehobl will magically appear. Hell, Tony Trujillo might even roll through with a posse.
Malto, Mikey, a cordless powerdrill, and Joe Red all add up to a new episode at Double Rock.
Chet Childress and Jason Adams came and hammered out a solid Double Rock clip.
It was pouring rain yesterday in SF, but Double Rock was warm and dry. A few homies rolled through for cold beers and a good time.
Sid Melvin was in town recently. First stop, Double Rock...
Take a look at how easy Josh Matthews makes it look-another Double Rock clip for your viewing pleasure.
Who else but Tony Trujillo could fs grind the wall at Double Rock? That's a wrap—the wall comes down today!
A montage of rippers who rolled through Double Rock recently.
We kicked off Double Rock in '09, and things are gonna really heat up in 2010. Check out this montage of the gnarlers who stopped by the park over the last few months.
David Gravette continues his onslaught on 2009 with an epic clip at Double Rock.
Sessions have really been heating up at Double Rock, Paul Trep is the latest to kill it.
Andrew Langi stopped by and crushed the Double Rock park.
Jackson Curtin and Matt Miller stopped by the Double Rock to get theirs.
The Double Rock park is already heatin' up. Caswell Berry and Jose Rojo were two of the first to stop by. Check out what they handled.
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