Corey Duffel acts, Jeremy Leabres goes pro, Boo Johnson gets a trick, Fancy Lad and more in today's episode of Skateline.
Jamie was on King of the Road with Zero three times and they won it three times. It takes a KOTR legend to comment properly on our February issue.
Not a knock-out, but close. Tom pays a high price as he gives an ancient spot a creative new look. Hope he gets that one.
Cody Chapman dishes out some quick maneuvers at the Resurrection in Ramona while Darren Navarrette asks him some questions for Independent trucks.
Ronnie takes it to the streets and 'crete in and around San Pedro. 100% Skate and Destroy. You gotta love it.
We're a huge fan of these projects. It's just cool seeing how different squads of skaters push each other and attack spots.
The completely re-educated Jeremy Leabres has earned a place in to the professional pantheon from Toy Machine.
Street, park, ditch, DIY, pool: Going fast and hopping fences along the way. Yup, this pretty much captures Trujillo's approach to skating. New "TNT" shoe out on Vans.
It must be crazy to have your board disappear for this long and hope it appears on the other end. The hippy-jump is an old trick, maybe one of the oldest, but Eli takes it to another level.
Ronnie is a ripper. All-terrain, all the time. So this part came together with the quickness. Premieres Monday, right here.
2014 truly was a Hell of a Year, so we had illustrator Todd Bratrud immortalize all the madness on this 4-color, limited edition, 24" x 36" poster. Cheers!
You know a squad of skaters is good when they can stack clips like this during one single visit. Here's Taylor Kirby, Robbie Brockel, Ryan Reyes, Jack Olson, Jimmy Carlin, and Blue Turner.
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