If there's one thing the Internet is full of, it's information overload. But sometimes, more is actually better. In this case you get an added bonus: Not only is there a video version of "Your Town Sucks, RVCA Rolls Over America," but you also get to see some sick tricks that didn't make the confines of the mag—plus alternate angles of some that did.
Remember Keegan's feeble down this monster in the article? Well, thanks to the wonderful wild web, you now know that Bryce Golder also front boarded said rail
Keegan Sauder stalls the railing at the Chicago demo
This spot was behind a Walmart. The janitor was a skater, and he gave us the head's-up to shut it down for 10 minutes while his boss checked to see if the doors were locked. After that we were all clear for the rest of the night. Julian Davidson, backside 50-50 transfer
Over the curb, 5-0 the inside of the dumpster. Pretty sketchy for sure. Thanks go out to the Cleveland PD who made sure we left before Bryce Golder got hurt
Keegan Sauder, tailslide
This rail was about to fall over so we enlisted the help of '80s vert legend Mike Youssefpour to hold it up for one last Smith grind on it
Up the bank, over the pole, and onto the wall. Bryce Golder cuts loose
Another angle of Keegan's KC feeble
This Denver bump was perfect to launch Golder up into a frontside 50-50
While Golder got the switch crooks at this famous Denver spot, Harmony feebled and hurricaned it, too
1/14/2022From the early days of Burnside to 2019’s Rip Ride Rally, this film explores the friendship, struggle, triumph and tragedy of DIY pioneers Mark Scott and Mark Hubbard –– true iconoclasts hellbent on building the skateparks of their dreams. Watch this with your friends.
11/22/2021Andrew’s been a friend of the mag since his epic Prevent This Tragedy part and he’s met a lot of characters along the way. From Phelps to AVE to Too Short, this one’s so damn funny.
9/28/2021RVCA’s Portuguese madman fires off from his first full-power line to an insane canyon-crossing closer.
9/27/2021Ernie Torres busted out of Oklahoma in the early 2000s, earning a seat in the REAL van with his heavy moves and wicked sense of humor. Thanks for the memories, Big Ern! As seen in our Aug. 2021 issue.
9/17/2021Figgy and Collin go back to back, getting buck on bumps and big sets while Dickson and the team jump in to make it a family affair. Don’t blow it—you gotta see THIS.