Hammer after hammer, the barrage just doesn't stop. No half-stepping involved, Wimer brought out the heavy machinery. Boom!
Familiarize yourself with the name. Chris Wimer skates fast and fearless, blazing his way onto the Zero squad. Part premieres here Monday.
Zero skateboards made a re-edit of Florida flow rider and rail chomper Kanaan Dern's part from the local video 3CHIP, filmed by Tommy Bohn.
Jon fearlessly attacked spots, taking his tricks to the gnarliest terrain. Chris Wimer introduces a classic part from the 2005 Zero vid.
The whole point of Classics is to revisit sick parts as well as introduce them to skaters who never saw them the first time. Ryan's footage has aged well and he's even gnarlier than we remember. Here's his part from the 2002 Zero vid.
Catch up with Garrett Hill in this interview where he talks about going back to Zero, skating in the valley, and social media.
Zero is working on a new video project called "NO CA$H VALUE". They're dropping a full part on our site every 60 days and this is a teaser for the Opening Montage / Vol 1 that goes up on Friday.
Zero filmer Lannie Rhoades has a bunch of great outtakes, extra angles, and cool stories from the Cold War video.
Cold War is the gift that keeps giving. One of the most underrated skaters out there, Ben is so good on so many different levels it's insane.
On a super-heavy squad like Zero, Tony is the wild card. He's got gnarly stunts, for sure, but he also has wild grabs, wall crawls, and creative spot attacks.
It's beyond belief one person can put out a part like this. After this Cold War week, we've run out of words to describe how completely and utterly gnarly this skating is. Thanks for the ride, Zero.
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