How It Went Down with Ryan Townley’s hippy jump wall ride ad didn’t come easy… 5 sessions, heavy slams, and one totaled board couldn’t stop our guy from coming up on top. Hit that play button and witness the battle.
Lakai is proud to introduce David Flores as thier contributing artist for this season. David is a designer, muralist, and painter who has worked extensively in the world of skateboarding for many years, creating hundreds of graphics for several brands such as Shortys, Deluxe, and many more. David extended his work beyond skateboarding, and established an amazing fine art career. He has created murals and galleries all over the world. Lakai is beyond stoked to introduce this footwear and apparel collection highlighting David’s famous flower and line work.
Margie’s story is an incredible one. From starting out skating around the densely packed streets of Cebu city in the Philippines aged just 12, she has enjoyed a stratospheric rise and in so doing she has raised the profile of skate culture not just in her home country but the entire region.
From ditches to backyard pools to WSVT, Chris Cope rips through it all in his “Indy” Part.
Bill Simpson brings you Brett Ross’s part from the full length “Suburban Selection” video.
Hitting the road is part of Volcom’s DNA and if they go for too long without a road trip they start to go stir crazy. So just as Volcom began to feel enwrapped by an overwhelming sense of claustrophobia, they started planning a loose route through the southwest assembling a solid crew to join them on the journey. Milton Martinez, Collin Provost, Omar Hassan, Mathias Torres, Alec Majerus, Simon Bannerot, CJ Collins, Peter Hewitt, along with snowboard legends Jaime Lynn and Scott Blum on their Harleys, joined Remy Stratton in the #YOTAvolcom along with Tom Remmilard keeping Peter company in his own vehicle, while Wanderlodge driver, Jarrod Pimental aka ‘Road Rage’, manned the wheel in the skate van.
Baker Skateboards presents Jacopo Carozzi’s part.
Brian Grande raw clips filmed by Brendan Gilliam
Chris Athans skates SF the way we all wish we could. Casual flow, endless lines, and wallrides that don’t seem possible. Hit up your crew now, cause this one is going to make you want to roll.
Baker announces a new video with Jacopo dropping 4/20!
Stop And Chat with Bastien Salabanzi to discuss moving out of Paris to a smaller town, filming for his recent Thrasher part “Not So Sorry”, dealing with injury’s, skating with the Flip team for the first time when he was 13 years old, kickflip front board 16 at 16 years old, breaking down some of his memorable tricks and much more!
Traffic Skateboards is bringing back the Traffic Report with a brand new episode featuring new team rider Josh Feist out of Philadelphia. Brought to you by Theories of Atlantis.