• Ty Peterson's "Summer Solstice" Part

    Ty Peterson's "Summer Solstice" Part
    Great skating, song, style, and trick selection. We look forward to seeing more outta this young buck in the future.
  • Michael Mackrodt's "Fishing Lines" in Paris

    Michael Mackrodt's "Fishing Lines" in Paris
    Paris is a sprawling urban jungle and Michael Mackrodts leaves no stone unturned. The world is yours...
  • Rick Rossi's "Headlaw" Part

    Rick Rossi's "Headlaw" Part
    Rick has a unique bag of tricks as well as some unreal, never-seen spots at his disposal. That combination will always create an interesting part. The last three or four tricks here are pretty wild.
  • Bo Reid's "Theatrix" Part

    Bo Reid's "Theatrix" Part
    This guy likes to launch himself. Here's a full part consisting of Bo's wicked snap and his tendency to jump up, over, and down everything in his path. Sick stuff.
  • Ronnie Sandoval's "Living Free" part

    Ronnie Sandoval's "Living Free" part
    Ronnie takes it to the streets and 'crete in and around San Pedro. 100% Skate and Destroy. You gotta love it.
  • Max Geronzi's "Excuse My French" Part

    Max Geronzi's "Excuse My French" Part
    Shocking board control, killer trick selection, and a ton of fun spots. Max makes it looks easy. This part rules and he will have another part in the Cliché's "Gypsy Life" video coming to the site this April.
  • Cole Wilson's "Intro to Foundation" Part

    Cole Wilson's "Intro to Foundation" Part
    From out of nowhere, straight to our site. We love these surprise parts. This guy clearly likes to punish his trucks and balance on them bars, but he throws in just the right amount of unexpected moves as well. Sick part, Cole.
  • Dekline's "True Blue Flowbros" Part

    Dekline's "True Blue Flowbros" Part
    Dekline has a whole squad of young bucks ready to take that next step. The ender in this montage is a thing of beauty.
  • Franky Villani's "November" Part

    Franky Villani's "November" Part
    There are a lot of dudes out there shredding these days, so it takes a little extra to make a mark. Franky rips, and has an approach all his own. Cheers to another offering for the Skate Gods.
  • Dakota Servold's "True Blue" part

    Dakota Servold's "True Blue" part
    We hope you've enjoyed the Dekline video this week. You've now arrived at the last part. Hammers await...