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SPoT’s true Valentine Andrew Schoultz turns 44 years young today, so here’s 44 clips he put together. We love Andrew and are forever grateful for his art contribution and skating to the world. In case you don’t know who he is, check out the article below and see how he transformed our park into a work of art for last year’s Tampa Pro and 2017 Tampa Am. Keep killing it Andrew!
Ben Degros sits down and reviews the Spitfire Radial Slim.
Looking to iconic New York City landmarks, skate spots, and city-nostalgia, the Spring ’19 Collection pays homage to Keith Hufnagel’s roots as a skateboarder brought up in 90s-era NYC.
Grab the ramp and the make the spot a go! Peep young guns, Joe Milazzo, Fabiana Delfino, and Mateo Rael take their trusty launch ramp to DTL and turn a bust into a session. When life gives you lemons, bring a ramp.
With the 2019 Tampa Pro just around the corner The Skatepark of Tampa brings you back with this webcast replay from the 2018 Tampa Pro Finals.
Dickes paired up with the Harold Hunter Foundation to provide two lucky kids the opportunity of a lifetime, a week of skateboard camp at Woodward PA. Making the trip out from New York City, Rashard Peppers and Nicholas Ponce joined us for Week 12 and got to skate with Jamie Foy, Allysha Le, Vincent Alvarez, Jake Johnson, Tom Knox, Jake Hayes, Ronnie Sandoval and Zack Wallin of the Dickies Skate team.
Dave Bohack back in Jersey skating Princeton University for this Nugg of the Week brought to you by Chronic Tech. Filmed by Tyler Nelson and Jamie Maloney. Submit your NOTW by #SkateNugg on Instagram or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to be the next!
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Life comes at all of us differently. It’s a roll of the dice that none of us have control of. Some people use their situation as an excuse and others use it to fuel their fire. In our new video series True Grit, we focus on what makes our riders tick by visiting them in their hometowns and talking with the people in their lives that have seen them grow to the people they have become. In our first True Grit video we flew to Gallatin Tennessee to meet up with Jake Wooten, one of the most electric people we’ve ever met. He’s incredibly smart, super genuine and magic on a skateboard. But what makes Jake so special is his ability to persevere against all odds. Saved from a dysfunctional family situation at a young age, Jake was taken in by his Aunt and Uncle who had to completely change the way he saw and interacted with the world. We could go on forever about what Jake has been through and about why we love him so much, but we suggest you watch the video and see for yourself. Phillip and Shay Shay, we cant thank you enough for all you’ve done for him, our lives are better too for having him in it.
Plan B Skateboards brings you this B Roll footage of Ryan Sheckler for their B Roll Wednesdays.
The 2019 Tampa Pro is coming and The Skatepark of Tampa throws it back with this Replay from the 2018 Tampa Pro Independent Best Trick wedbcast.
Chef Family’s new full video out soon!