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Roberto Alemañ and Diego Bucchieri's "You Got It!" Part

The OGs Roberto and Diego shed blood in dedication to P-Stone and Jake, shredding Spanish spots and sacrificing some skin to the concrete. This video is an inspiration.

  • Rough Cut: Roberto Aleman's "You Got It!" Part

    Rough Cut: Roberto Aleman's "You Got It!" Part
    Through every blood-shedding battle, Roberto pushes through the pain to get clips for the ones who are no longer with us. Maybe that's why every slam makes him more stoked, even as he shoulder-slides 15 feet across cheese-grater ground. 
  • Rough Cut: Diego Bucchieri's "You Got It!" Part

    Rough Cut: Diego Bucchieri's "You Got It!" Part
    When you see his war face on the ride up, you know it’s going down. Diego puts in the work and takes a beating from every bank he skates. Enjoy the blood, sweat, tears and Spanish expletives.
  • Hall of Meat: Roberto Alemañ

    Hall of Meat: Roberto Alemañ
    Roberto’s part in You Got It! is pure heart and soul. As this slam shows, every drop of blood and moment of glory is in honor of his friends P-Stone and Jake Phelps, who can roll no more.
  • Roberto Alemañ and Diego Bucchieri's "You Got It!" Article

    Roberto Alemañ and Diego Bucchieri's "You Got It!" Article
    OGs Roberto Alemañ and Diego Bucchieri channeled their grief for P-Stone and Phelps into a video celebrating life. We skate for those who no longer can. It’s that simple. From the Dec ’19 issue of the mag. 
  • Jake Phelps Lifetime Retrospective

    Jake Phelps Lifetime Retrospective
    Jake led one of the most extraordinary lives of all time. There’s no way to fully document his legend but we did our best. Based on the June 2019 memorial mag (and expanded here), this massive feature has 50 years’ worth of Jake photos as well as testimonials from his closest friends. It’s almost impossible to absorb all of this content in one sitting and it’s meant to be sampled in various stages. His story will live forever and his spirit continues in everyone who loves to roll. We love you, Jake!