Here’s a look back at what’s gone down so far in 2018 with Bones. Featuring Taylor McClung, Jordan Hoffart, Tyler Franz, Nolan Miskell, Aaron “Jaws” Homoki, Jordan Grace, TJ Rogers, Sierra Fellers, Chris Joslin, Corey Glick, Dakota Servold, Ryan Decenzo, Lizzie Armanto, Keegan Palmer, CJ Collins, and Nate Greenwood.
Darkstar x Harley-Davidson Chrome Pro Series featuring Ryan Decenzo, Greg Lutzka, and PLG.
On February 16th, professional skateboarder Ryan Decenzo paid a visit to Next Up to show his support to their organization.
In this segment of Head 2 Head we examine a gap less traveled by a select few. Here we look at Ryan Decenzo and Tommy Sandoval leaping outside of the gap course over the barrier rail onto flat. Ryan was able to roll away with a frontside 360, while Tommy pulled his infamous frontside kickflip. Leave a comment below on who you think did it better!
Ryan Decenzo ON LOCK with STF V2’s from Bones.
Competing for their first time in the TransWorld SKATEboarding Team Challenge, Darkstar team riders Dave Bachinsky, Greg Lutzka, Ke’Chaud Johnson, and Ryan Decenzo pulled it together to finish in third place! check out a few of their best tricks above.
X Games Skateboard Street gold medalist Ryan DeCenzo showed up to ESPN headquarters with one thing in mind: Becoming the first person ever to skate the Bristol campus since it opened in 1979.
Before he was ever skating in X Games, Ryan DeCenzo was a kid, sitting at home in Vancouver, B.C. and watching the X Games on TV. What did it take to get to the next level?
Dew Tour is proud to announce Ryan Decenzo as one of the 25 invited skaters in the individual Pro Street Competition. New for 2017, our three progressive sections include a Tech, Rail, and Gaps sections that will all push the creative boundaries of skateboarding. The Pro Street competition kicks off on Saturday, June 17, at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center with the world’s best pro skaters.
Throw it back to 1997 with original darkstar graphics! This limited edition “Throwback” series brings back veteran pros Chet Thomas and Paul Machnau, along with Ryan Decenzo and Dave Bachinsky. Made with IMPACT light: the lightest, well rounded construction.
Ryan Decenzo has done it again. He’s come out with the sickest, most industrial skate (flat) rail on the market. The Golden rail is 8 feet long and comes apart at 4 feet– allowing you to transport this in the trunk of a Honda Civic!
Ryan celebrates 4:20 by dropping a smoking video part to add to your daily indulgence.