• Classics: The Butcher

    Classics: The Butcher
    This classic part comes from the summer of 1999 and our "Scorching Summer" video. It belongs to Diego Bucchierri and his Argentinian bro's. Few talked about and maybe even attempted that double set, but only the Butcher nailed it. Valor!
  • Classic Covers: Fred Gall

    Classic Covers: Fred Gall
    Here's another classic cover excerpted from our December 2009 issue. Switch 5.0 at Hubba Hideout in 1995? That's right, it's Fred Gall, fuckers.
  • Classics: Jim Greco

    Classics: Jim Greco
    In honor of the recent Baker/Deathwish tour, I unearthed this classic footage of Jim Greco. This is Jim's several attempts, and then the make, of his swtich frontside flip at Lincoln that landed him the September 2000 cover.
  • Classics: Cardiel Cover

    Classics: Cardiel Cover
    Oil cans in the rain? Cards and a soggy bike ramp add up to one classic cover. November 1998. —Phelps
  • Classics: Cardiel

    Classics: Cardiel
    February 1997: Me, Stranger, Bob, and Johnzo went skating in Australia. 53 parks, 19 days. Eat a dick. —Phelps
  • Classics: Tas Pappas

    Classics: Tas Pappas
    In 1996, vert was dead—yeah right! Tell Tas Pappas. Gnar-zone from the casket that was Mad Circle's "Let The Horns Blow." RIP, Ben. —Phelps
  • Classics: Wade Speyer

    Classics: Wade Speyer
    Here's another classic from the archives. It's from video number 2, The Need For Speed, and it's Wade Fuckin' Speyer.
  • Classics: Drehobl's Chicken Cow

    Classics: Drehobl's Chicken Cow
    It's hard to find a Thrasher video that Dan Drehobl didn't at least have a few clips in, but out of them all, I'm gonna have to go with his part in Hall Of Meat as my favorite. This 1999 part introduced the late Wesley Willis to me, and with tricks like wrap-arounds and dumptrucks to fakie in the Vagabond? You pick a better nomination for a Classic. —Schmitty
  • Classics: Gonzo

    Classics: Gonzo
    The Truth Hurts video was done Spring 1993, so a secret sesh at Andy's in Oakland meant ripping. At 25 years old, Mark Gonzales was already contemplating retirement… Alzheimer's?
  • Classics: Joe Valdez

    Classics: Joe Valdez
    Joe Valdez's part from Timebomb that was released in 2001.