• Unwashed: Aidan Campbell's "Oddity" Part

    Unwashed: Aidan Campbell's "Oddity" Part
    In a video full of stand-out parts, Aidan’s was something special. This guy is an absolute ATV animal! Now let’s dive into the raw behind-the-scenes footage. Enjoy...
  • Foundation's "Oddity" Video

    Foundation's "Oddity" Video
    Foundation never left, but this video launches them back onto the center of the map. Great soundtrack, awesome videography, and an entire team of skateboarding banshees make for a winning recipe of success.
  • Aidan Campbell's "Oddity" Part

    Aidan Campbell's "Oddity" Part
    From ditches to walls to the big bars, Aidan lays claim to all types of terrain. The last two tricks in this part are certifiable next-level bangers. Wow…
  • Aidan Campbell Interview

    Aidan Campbell Interview
    His Oddity part is solid as GD rock! Now check out this interview Sinclair did with Aidan talking about video-part juggling, spot scouring and what's wrong with the kids today.
  • Meet the Foundation Team

    Meet the Foundation Team
    Who are the madmen you’re about to witness wreaking havoc in the Oddity video? Click here to find out...
  • Aidan Campbell's "Inspired By…" Video

    Aidan Campbell's "Inspired By…" Video
    Watch Aidan tear through a couple spots in this installment of RVCA's Inspired By... series.
  • RVCA's "Elephino" Video

    RVCA's "Elephino" Video
    The boys sampled every terrain South Africa had to offer, from park to pool to rooftops and rails. Good crew, great edit. The world is ours.
  • Firing Line: Aidan Campbell

    Firing Line: Aidan Campbell
    Aidan blazes through the parking lot in a matter of seconds, leaving a wounded rail in his wake.
  • RVCA's "Elephino" Teaser

    RVCA's "Elephino" Teaser
    A journey to South Africa is more than a skate trip, it’s a life altering adventure. The RVCA squad hit sick spots and soaked up the culture. Full edit premieres here on Wednesday.  
  • Skatepark Round-Up: RVCA

    Skatepark Round-Up: RVCA
    The RVCA crew battles the concrete waves of Long Beach, and Greyson closes the curtains with a mammoth front blunt.