The skating, intro, and production on this one are all so rad. The guys put a lot of work in, and it shows—here's Brad Cromer, Josh Matthews, Dan Plunkett, and Ryan Lay, as seen in the October mag.
On some tours, dudes wake up at noon and have three-hour meals. This trip was all-skate, all the time. Crystal-clear filming, a rad team, and special guests—you gotta watch this one. As seen in the October mag.
This video is SO insane. The idea that one road trip could produce this much footage is beyond belief. Every type of terrain gets annihilated here. As seen in the September mag.
After hearing talk of an SF Opera House rail attack, Greco flew up to see if DJ Gaudin could back his claims. All we can really say is: HOLY SHIT.
Carlos' bag of tricks is as deep as they get. A part full of effortless, wicked snaps like this should take three lifetimes to film, but Ribeiro makes it look like a breeze.
Don't call it a comeback, but Think skateboards is looking better than ever. If San Francisco street skating is worth its weight in gold, feast your eyes upon a fortune. Enjoy.
Grant don't talk much, so we decided to take some other badasses along to make him do his shit. With Raven, Chima, and Provost pushing him, the results speak loud–like, wicked loud. SOTY 2011 Grant Taylor, born bad. –Jake Phelps
In an era dominated by one-trick schoolyard stunts, raw street skating has become that much more special. 5Boro's new video takes you on an epic journey through the concrete jungles of NYC and beyond. Join, or Die...
This site's a monster that must be fed content every day. So when we showcase something, we make sure it's worth it. Julian Davidson and Converse present an instant-classic dose of pure skating.
There's not much to write about here. Mark is a one-of-a-kind talent. Watch this and then go blow off school or work. Skateboarding is the greatest thing to happen on planet earth.
Some of the craziest handrails ever tackled, full-bore Duffel assault, Dan Murphy is back (big time), Fellers flips out, ripping New Jacks like Dakota, Spencer, and Taylor… plus Nick Merlino, with one of the gnarliest parts of all time. Watch it here.
Speed, pop, and technical command produces a BIG BANG. Torey Pudwill delivers the goods, silences his critics, and propels himself into the 2011 SOTY race. How you like me now?
Here's 15-minutes of Toy coming at you from their Southwest trip with the Burndog, featured in our May 2011 issue.
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