The Hoopla squad is made up entirely of female shredders. They rip transition, hop up on them handrails, and stomp bs flips down double sets. We're big fans. Enjoy...
He's just a little taller than his board but CJ has one of the best prodigy styles we've seen for such a young kid. He's only going to get better and better. Check this out.
P-Stone filmed some rad stuff with this guy the last time he was in Brazil, so when Marlon rolled through SF we had to let him unleash his wizardry on The Rock.
You'd be amazed at what these young bucks can accomplish in a couple hours. Well done, kids. The future looks bright...
They broke themselves off stacking clips for their epic tour vid (premiering here tomorrow), and yet they still had enough juice to stomp around D-Rock. Here's Servold, Reyes, Romero, Cairo, and Hardy.
A true blizzard of makes went down when the Nike Ams rolled through. Here's Rozenberg, Bramsmark, Verbruggen, and Donovon Piscopo. These guys are really good, man.
Hell Ride had a baby and his name is Damian. He was born the same day the Widowmaker bit the dust, August 1st, 1994. Welcome to hell kid, it's all downhill from here. –Jake Phelps
A smooth tune goes with the effortless skating of these two talented rippers, including a great ending line by Auby.
Kilian Zhender and Fernando Bramsmark rip the park and then JP the Tech Titan demonstrates his insane precision flick, including an ender that makes the whole crew go wild.
Initially, we thought Rob Smith and Phil Zwijsen would film a trick or two for a montage, but as their wild clips started stacking we knew they'd have a fun and ripping full edit together.
Double Rock has seen plenty of action so sometimes a unique approach is the best way to leave your mark. This episode is sick.
The House-squad is looking strong these days. Here's John Hill cranking out fifteen or so sick makes, KOTR-crusher Mike Davis, and Shawn Hale with his unique trick choices.
SF got pummeled with rain and that means indoor sessions go off. Here's Mikey Curtis, Chris Henderson, Cody Chapman, and the insane Brad McClain.
Seeing how San Francisco is home of the only publication that matters, if your team is in the city and you don’t stop by–you are losers. The Flip team came by today and all of this happened in 15-minutes. Smile for the camera boys, it’s called face time.
Holy smokes. Every individual D-Rock part is already an edit of the best skating that went down. This incredible, ultra-selective montage is what you get when those edits are combined even further.
Vincent always brings those unique tricks and loose style wherever he goes and this time he also brings Ronnie Sandoval, Nakel Smith, and Jon Sciano.
Dudes you've never heard of, with names you can barely pronounce? Don't trip; skating is universal and these guys totally rip and have some truly wild moves.
|Skatestock III Houston, TX Oct 18|
|King VI: Bowl Bash Jamestown, NY Oct 18|
|Fallen Team Signing San Diego, CA Oct 18|
|Lifeblood's "Service for the Sick" Premiere Portland, OR Oct 18|
|CONS Project: Filming Skate Videos North America Oct 18|
|Rheumatic Hard Core Session Brazil Oct 25|
|Toy Machine Halloween Demo Long Beach, CA Oct 25|
|Art x Sk8 Marin, CA Oct 25|
|A Skatemare on 7th Street Wilmington, DE Oct 25|
|Day of the Shred Santa Ana, CA Nov 01|
|Skate for the Goat Hartford, CT Nov 02|