He manages, raps and Lord knows he's hell on a sandwich, but who would have guessed Sam Smyth had a more artistic side behind the camera?
Every team had fun this year, but Chocolate really had a blast. Here's a bunch of outtakes and extra angles.
The stoke and delirium combine as Chocolate nears the end. Here's a gnarly pool roll-in session, tech madness, filmer hijinx, a Too $hort cameo, and Cory Kennedy continues to rip while gaining no points.
It's rad how Chocolate has evolved into such an all-terrain team over the years. Here they skate deep pits, ledges, rails, and there's even a red curb session.
Generator races, jousting, kegboards, and a near disaster of blazing proportions all contributed to the midway madness in Sacramento.
The fives flow like Coors with rooftop Vinsanity, 10-legged downhill and less-than-shy sheboarders. Chocolate KOTR, still in Denver.
Elijah Berle shows his ATV abilities, Stevie Perez battles a backlip shove-it, and the filmer makes a love connection with a girl who has a probation ankle monitor.
Chocolate starts off with an unreal bank-to-wall session, Stevie Perez gets 10 tricks on one handrail, Vincent Alvarez makes everything look good, and Raven gets a wild barefoot boneless.
Oh. Shit. Here we go. Chocolate vs. Real vs. Birdhouse vs. Enjoi. Webisodes start Monday, Jan 6. These are gonna be good.
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