The Cliché video brought out all of the skaters in the Bay last night. Check out some photos by Joe Brook here.
Street skating in San Francisco offers endless opportunities, you just have to open your mind and explore its sweeping terrain.
Dennis Busenitz, Frank Gerwer, and Dan Plunkett in the streets of San Francisco for the Spitfire wheels Arson Dept. Spring '15 release.
From eye-witness accounts, we heard this gnarly gap to boardslide was twice as crazy as it looks on video and that it required warp-speed and total commitment.
A lot of skaters show up to the big Stanford Hubba with a trick in mind only to find out it's WAY bigger in person. Here's Malto describing his epic back noseblunt which made the front of the mag.
Happy Hour rolled through D-Rock and, as their name implies, they had a great time. Here's a sick barrier session with Kirby, Tancowny, Herman, Szafranski, and Leabres who has a beautiful ender.
The crew covers a lot of ground in SF, from Miley to Waller to SOMA to Potrero. Great skating combined with a nice local soundtrack make for a cool edit.
Look closely and you will see that Jeff was planning to ghost-ride his whip on this wild trick. The nasty wooden Hubba had other plans.
Sean Malto stopped by while going dumb up the 101 to talk with Jake about skating, music, and drive-by shootings.
If you're in the San Francisco area pick up tickets for the Cliché premiere at the following skateshops: DLXSF, FTC, Mission, Society, Triumph, 510, Circle-A, Atlas, Bill's Wheels, SorD, PLA, Skate Works.
There are a handful of tricks in the history of street skating that were absolute game changers and helped push us to where we are today. Bachinsky's El Toro kickflip in 2006 was one of them.
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