CCS team rider Kader Sylla rolled up to the CCS Warehouse to take over for this very special edition of Kev’s Kreations. Kader had a ton of surprises up his long sleeves–it was truly a day of firsts. Between him eating the list, fitting in the shopping cart, skating two different size wheels, using copers, and skating Burnside in near freezing temps, there’s a lot to love in this Kader’s Kreations video.
Hard Luck Mfg. is a bearing company represented by a crew of skaters led by Jason Jesse, that all share a passion for skating, riding motorcycles, surfing, hauling ass and “eating shit”. Lakai and Hard Luck Professional Riley Hawk embodies that mentality to the core. The idea behind this project revolved around Riley and his appetite for destruction. Plus, nothing quite beats two skateboard companies working together to support skateboarding and skateboarders. Watch here as Riley and Jason terrorize the roads in this co-branded piece.
My City is a Volcom video series showcasing the Latin American Skate Team as they take us through their hometowns, showing us where they grew up skating and what struggles they had to overcome along the way. More episodes on the way!
Nick Matthews came through for his Awake edit for Venture Trucks.
OC Ramps’ 3ft wide x 2ft tall quarter pipe is one of their most popular skateboard ramps they offer. Its fun to skate, portable and doesn’t take up much storage at all.
Ryan Lay (with some help from his friends) delivers this heart warmer for the end of February.
Aramis Hudson, Kevin White, Sunny Suljic, Ryder McLaughlin, and Zach Saraceno skated a random skatepark in Sacramento and decided to make a video. Shot and Cut by Mikey Alfred.
Axel goes full throttle and adjusts to every type of terrain in his path. Hears some quick hits of Axel shredding G3 Next Generation Bearings to get you through the week.
The latest Artist Series by Portland native, Jess Mudgett is a time capsule of traditional style. Jess being a fan of the ‘Great Outdoors’ takes a few shots at his new series with MOB Pro David Gravette, and Tony Ellis–Burnside baby! Hit up your local shop for the goods…
Magazine covers, video parts, turning pro and now SLAM skater of the year! Alex Lawton is on fire! Congratulations on a massive year Lawton!
The show that has skateboarders talking – This week Nyjah Huston discusses growing up in Davis CA, getting on Element at 8 years old, moving to Puerto Rico, leaving Element to start I&I, getting back on Element, his family situation growing up, leaving DC for Nike, his new video part “Til’ Death”, designing his pro Nike SB shoe and much more!
On February 16th, professional skateboarder Ryan Decenzo paid a visit to Next Up to show his support to their organization.