• Classics: Gino Iannucci 1993

    Classics: Gino Iannucci 1993
    Frank Gerwer introduces Gino's true classic part from 101's Snuff. Let the skating do the rest.
  • Classics: Ed Templeton "Welcome To Hell"

    Classics: Ed Templeton "Welcome To Hell"
    Ed's been a part of skating in pretty much every capacity: Pro skater, filmer, photographer, artist, company owner, and driving the damn van. Here's to three decades. Matt Bennett introduces a 1996 Toy Machine classic.
  • Classics: Christian Hosoi "Speed Freaks"

    Classics: Christian Hosoi "Speed Freaks"
    Hosoi's skating is tough to describe; it's best to just watch and enjoy. David Gonzalez is a true fan of skateboarding, and here he introduces a 1989 classic.
  • Classics: Keith Hufnagel "Non-Fiction"

    Classics: Keith Hufnagel "Non-Fiction"
    His skating represents New York City, San Francisco and everything in between. Josh Matthews introduces a classic part from Real's 1997 vid.
  • Classics: Van Wastell "Gnar Gnar"

    Classics: Van Wastell "Gnar Gnar"
    The raw footage and loose edit of this 2007 Krooked vid shows how rad and talented Van really was. Mike Anderson introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Scott Johnston "Chocolate Tour"

    Classics: Scott Johnston "Chocolate Tour"
    A short part can have a big impact, but only if every trick counts and, together, truly represent a skater's style. Here's a perfect example. Kevin Terpening introduces a 1999 classic.
  • Classics: Tim Jackson "Risk It"

    Classics: Tim Jackson "Risk It"
    Crawling on walls and having fun, Tim was a true original who created his own wild skate chapter in the 1990 Speed Wheels video. Geoff Rowley introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Jason Dill "Photosynthesis"

    Classics: Jason Dill "Photosynthesis"
    This closing part from the 2000 Alien Workshop vid is regarded as one of the great, seamless blends of skating, filming, editing, and music. Spanky introduces a true classic.
  • Classics: Erik Ellington "Misled Youth"

    Classics: Erik Ellington "Misled Youth"
    His lanky frame, that distinct upraised arm style, and those legendary bigspin front boards all came together in this 1999 Zero vid. Mikey Taylor introduces a classic.
  • Classics: Matt Beach, "Can't Stop"

    Classics: Matt Beach, "Can't Stop"
    It's easy to call a skater "underrated," but there's not many overlooked guys who've put out a part like this one. Silas introduces a classic from The Firm's 2003 vid.