This edit shows how skate crews can really push each other. And it helps when you have rippers like Riley Hawk, Chris Gregson, Rowan Zorilla, Mason Merlino, Taylor Kirby, and many others.
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.
Brian Fick comes through with this week's 'five' of Danny Way, Chris Gregson, Bucky Lasek, Jimmy Wilkins, and Alex Perelson.
Of course there's Washington St and other huge walls in here, but Chris attacks streets, ditches, pools, rocks, dirt, and every other terrain. This guy absolutely rips.
His opening part in the Blood Wizard video was so gnarly. Well, Chris has been skating non-stop ever since and has enough clips for another full part. It premieres here Thursday.
From Greyson's psycho float to Raven's Rube-a-Dube to Hatchell's trick wizardry, this was one of the wildest finals we've ever seen. And Raney's transfer? Just wait!
The Vans US Open in Huntington Beach is going off with a Marseilles-inspired concrete wonderland poured right on the sand. Here's some gems from practice and qualifiers, with Raney, Hatchell, Blair, and more heating it up! Semis and finals tomorrow.
It's so rad seeing how different teams approach Double Rock, and Blood Wizard does not disappoint. Here's Jerry Gurney, Nich Kunz, Drew Dezort, Jack Given, Chris Gregson, and others.
Ben Hatchell has now walked away with first place at Phoenix Am two years in a row. What will it take for him to turn pro? Thanks Cowtown and Vans—another epic year.
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