• Classics: Ed Selego, One Step Beyond

    Classics: Ed Selego, One Step Beyond
    The Adio video from 2001 had Hawk, Bam, and a host of rippers. Every one stepped up, including Ed—who had a great part, including his infamous nollie into a ditch. Brian Delatorre introduces one of his favorites.
  • Classics: Peter Ramondetta in Seeing Double

    Classics: Peter Ramondetta in Seeing Double
    No one really knows what drives Peter to skate like this, but he's been at it for the past 10 years and isn't slowing down. Here's his part from Real's 2002 video.
  • Classics: Prague 1995

    Classics: Prague 1995
    This was the first contest in Prague after they escaped communism in 1989. Add John Cardiel, Ed Templeton, Phil Shao, Wade Speyer, Tim Brauch, Jamie Thomas, and Skip Pronier, and you're going to have some sick-ass skating in a great fucking city.
  • Classics: Dan Drehobl In Dedication

    Classics: Dan Drehobl In Dedication
    Omar Salazar introduces one of his all-time favorites: Dan Drehobl's part from the '98 Think video, Dedication.
  • Classics: Eric Koston Mouse

    Classics: Eric Koston Mouse
    Koston's amazing board control and effortless snap (especially on those nollies) is on full display in Girl's vid from '96. Lutzka introduces one of the greats.
  • Classics: Scott Kane Bootleg 3000

    Classics: Scott Kane Bootleg 3000
    Pat Pasquale introduces Scott Kane's 12-minute part from Bootleg 3000 released in 2003.
  • Classics: Jason Adams Label Kills

    Classics: Jason Adams Label Kills
    Always adapting and mixing different generations of skate tricks, and all with his own style, here's Jason's part from 2001. This is a Gravette all-time favorite.
  • Classics: Arto Saari Menikmati

    Classics: Arto Saari Menikmati
    The era of entire video parts with mind-melting skating on gnarly street terrain—with little to no filler—really took off with Menikmati in 2000. Torey Pudwill introduces a true classic.
  • Classics: Rune Glifberg Sorry

    Classics: Rune Glifberg Sorry
    The 2002 Flip video was one of the most anticipated skate vids ever. Rune came through as always, and launched a bunch of his epic no-grab flip tricks.
  • Classics: Jeremy Klein Ravers

    Classics: Jeremy Klein Ravers
    Jeremy attacks schoolyard bumps and banks—and the blizzard flip makes one of its first appearances—in this 1993 Birdhouse vid.