San Pedro Shred 4
The fourth annual San Pedro Shred took place this Sunday celebrating that DIY ethos and all things San Pedro.
San Pedro’s newest pro Riley Stevens takes to the sky
Terrell Robinson blesses it with a backside 360
Speaking of Vans—it’s Johnny Layton!
“You guys want some grip tape?”
“See, vanishes just like that.”
Back on the skate course there was a huge quarter pipe that got stuck in a slump. Tristan Rennie, alley-oop tail grab
Across from the huge quarter was the channel gap. Diego Alvarado clears it backside
Fabian and Elvis, working the Would Shop skates booth, selling DIY-themed boards and Ts, makin' deals
Kendall McDermott drew the graphic for the “Shark Bag." Perfect for carrying your precious vinyl
On the subject of vinyl, let’s check out the sound stage where Mike Watt and the Secondmen have amassed quite a crowd
No matter how big any of the bands are that Mr. Watt has fronted, he has always been down for the DIY movement and prefers to travel in a van
Mike Watt and the Secondmen
Malakai Montes, front blunt
San Pedro local Oscar Navarro, front rock
Diego’s back with a noseblunt yank in, or as the kids call it, a Dump Truck
Jesus! is this the worlds biggest backside disaster? Check the video clip and see
Jesus Esteban shuts it down!
Burnout: Rusty's Day OutA photographic journey through AVE's surprise party. What? You already saw the video? Fuck it!
Cherry Park: A New BeginningWith some financial help from Vans and Zumiez, Geoff Rowley and the ASK foundation were able to do some remodeling and permitting in order to gain the city’s full approval for a permanent home to Cherry Park's skatepark.
Burnout: Re-educationThe Yeto Bros shred the simulated streets en route to the big Jeremy Leabres video premier - check it here at midnight!
Burnout: Mike SinclairIf you've been skateboarding in the last 20 years you've either ripped with Mike, ridden in a van with him or had him kick you off the team. Who knew he was also a photographer? Well, he didn't either, but check this shit out! Thanks Mike!
Burnout: Grant HatfieldA onetime Toy Machine rider, Grant Hatfield found his true calling behind the lens, blogging for Vans and shooting for the Deadbeat Club, among others. He's today's guest poster while Burnout's in France.