• Hall Of Meat: Brian Delatorre

    Hall Of Meat: Brian Delatorre
    Sticking on a hubba and getting pitched down stairs is never fun. Landing directly on the edge of the last step doesn't make it any more enjoyable.
  • Classics: Ed Selego, One Step Beyond

    Classics: Ed Selego, One Step Beyond
    The Adio video from 2001 had Hawk, Bam, and a host of rippers. Every one stepped up, including Ed—who had a great part, including his infamous nollie into a ditch. Brian Delatorre introduces one of his favorites.
  • Firing Line: Brian Delatorre

    Firing Line: Brian Delatorre
    His "Welcome to MIA" part quickly established Brian as one of the fastest skaters out there. Here's another dose of his rapid, stylish skating.
  • Delatorre on Habitat

    Delatorre on Habitat
    Habitat has an interview with photos welcoming Brian Delatorre to their team.
  • Skate Soup: San Francisco's Doomed

    Skate Soup: San Francisco's Doomed
    Every town has its own unique vibe and terrain. This video's a snapshot of the SF skate scene today with, of course, some great hill bombs.
  • Burnout: New York Guts

    Burnout: New York Guts
    The NY stop of the Love + Guts art show, Hocus Pocus alumns and Phelps-as-Flying-Rodent on today's Burnout.
  • Brian Delatorre MIA Remix

    Brian Delatorre MIA Remix
    Brian Delatorre's part in the MIA vid was top-notch. Josh Stewart made a remix of the footage exclusively for Thrasher. Get stoked out of your face...
  • Hall Of Meat: Brian Delatorre

    Hall Of Meat: Brian Delatorre
    Long frontside bluntslides require a lot of speed. Speed equals danger. Brian Delatorre does the math.
  • Double Rock: Rainy day

    Double Rock: Rainy day
    It was pouring rain yesterday in SF, but Double Rock was warm and dry. A few homies rolled through for cold beers and a good time.
  • Five Sequences: February 5th, 2010

    Five Sequences: February 5th, 2010
    Dan Zaslavsky brings you this week's 'five' with Brian Delatorre, Peter Raffin, Serge Murphy, Sid Melvin, and Jose Rojo.