This isn't your typical family vacation. It is an epic journey into the Holy Land with the One-Eight. Skate and Destroy is universal.
After a raging party at the House of Vans NYC, this crew of road dogs did a cross-country trip back to SF. What a ride! Featuring Frank Gerwer, Andy Roy, Robbie Russo, Sean Gutierrez, Tony Miorana, Pat Mclain, and Bad Shit.
Here's one last session in the square with Russo, Russell, Stevens and crew at Channel St before they close the park down for a month.
This DIY thing is nothing new, but we've seen more concrete poured recently than ever before. Big ups to everyone that's put in work. Channel Street has been a San Pedro staple for a while now and Ronnie, Robbie, Oscar and many more went to work before they shut it down.
On Saturday August 30th 2014 skaters, surfers and fans of Jay Adams gathered in Venice Beach, CA for a celebration of his life.
Robbie grinds blind, Ronnie breaks the flip-grab rule and Pedro saves the best for last in the VDI best trick event.
A harsh contest environment with bowl competitors fighting for a win? Hell no. Everyone had a blast, pushed themselves, and cheered each other on. What a great comp. Thanks everyone!
Skateboarding's premier talent manager takes over Burnout today, offering some photo gold from his time in the van with the best. Thanks, Sam!
Wonder who the PROS think should be SOTY 2013? Click through and find out what Josh Kalis, Figgy, Jamie Thomas, Jason Dill, Lance Mountain, Ryan Sheckler, Sean Malto, AVE and so many more had to say. You just might be surprised...
Garric Ray brings you this week' 'five' with Riley Stevens, Robbie Russo, Dane Brady, Frank Shaw, Tom Remillard, and Ben Raybourn.
How much skating can go down in one weekend? Drehobl and Kenny Anderson find out by ripping huge private bowls, parks, and raw streets. This also has guests Jason Jessee, Robbie Russo, Ronnie Sandoval, Gerwer, and others.
The hubbas and handrail get skipped this time, but the Wunga skate crew rips the park to shreds anyway. You gotta see what Ronnie Sandoval does at 1:54.
This year had its biggest turnout yet for the Chili Bowl and Ronnie Sandoval handled it like a veteran.
What a day: Bands, makes, slams, and a gnarly extension were all on hand to celebrate 18 years of skate anarchy. Here's Trujillo, Stranger, Cardiel, and many others at SF's Potrero del Sol.
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