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Videos made for and by friends are less intense than most skate projects. Nevertheless, the Tiltmode Army always produced amazing skating.
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Street skating didn't just invent itself. It took guys like Gonz, Natas, and Dressen. Here's his ripping part from 151's Too Loud for the Crowd that came out in '98.
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Jake walks you through the day Gonz kickfliped the Gonz gap.
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Cardiel stopped by the plant and suggested one of his favorite classics. It's Julien Stranger from Underworld Element's video, Skypager, released in 1993.
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It was Marseille's first bowl riders' comp and the heat was on. Brews delivered to the rooms with Cardiel, Hewitt, Sarmiento, Drehobl, Zattoni, Hassan, Chalmers, and Hitz all killing it. Wade Speyer took the win and $10,000 cash, straight to the...
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Tony Trujillo walks you through his first-ever part in Anti-Hero's Cow video.
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Ethan's known for distinctive back lips, tré flips, and kickflips. All are on display in Foundation's Art Bars vid.
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Anderson won his way to SOTY. Sheffey did it switch. Colin, vert dog—contests were never the same. Germany lost the World Cup, haha.
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Before the heartagram, Jackass, and Coco almost killing him, Bam Margera was just another skaterat under the bridge in Philly. Straight from Toy Machine's Jump Off A Building, circa 1998.
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You can't fake effortless. Mark showed the world some of his stuff at Tampa 2000, including his extraordinary nollie abilities.
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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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