• Classics: The Truth Hurts

    Classics: The Truth Hurts
    You can't run from time, and even Burnside had some strange days in the early '90s. Trujillo narrates part of our first Thrasher video and shows how timeless Red's skating really is.
  • Classics: Chris Haslam Cheese & Crackers 2006

    Classics: Chris Haslam Cheese & Crackers 2006
    This was a video phenomenon so entertaining that it impressed older dudes, young cats, girlfriends, grandmas, and everyone else who saw it. Daewon offers commentary on a part and a dude who he regards as one of the best.
  • Classics: Widowmaker's Last Days

    Classics: Widowmaker's Last Days
    Last Days of the Widow Maker was filming for the Anti-Hero vid. No sleep and the crew was on point, plus Todd the Wadd was there. Hell Ride.
  • Classic Covers: Tommy Guerrero

    Classic Covers: Tommy Guerrero
    Having been an eye-witness to and direct participant in skate history for over 30 years, Tommy has a lot to say about The Mag, Wallows, and Powell Peralta.
  • Classics: Josh Harmony's Sponsor Me

    Classics: Josh Harmony's Sponsor Me
    Here's a classic from the year 2000: Josh Harmony's sponsor-me video that ended up getting him on Toy Machine and kickstarting his career.
  • Classics: Brad Staba In Nervous Breakdown

    Classics: Brad Staba In Nervous Breakdown
    When a pro's been ripping for years but hasn't had a video part since '99, does the tree make a sound? Wait, what? Brad addresses his history with the video camera.
  • KOTR Classics: Skating Together

    KOTR Classics: Skating Together
    King of the Road takes teamwork. Today's Classics shows you the previous years' challenges that involved multiple skaters.
  • KOTR Classics: In The Rain

    KOTR Classics: In The Rain
    Add some water and increase the danger. Today's KOTR Classics is all wet.
  • Classics: Jason Jessee

    Classics: Jason Jessee
    New 1031 team rider Jason Adams sits down and talks about one of his all-time favorites: Jason Jessee, from the 1988 Santa Cruz video Streets of Fire.
  • Classics: Welcome to Hell Slams

    Classics: Welcome to Hell Slams
    Earlier this year Leo Romero quit Baker to be on Toy Machine. Their videos are classics. Here's the slam section from 1996's Welcome to Hell. Not for the weak-kneed.