It was an epic conclusion to a gripping series that began in July and spanned four states in four months. Friendships were forged, dreams were realized, indoor skateparks were spotlighted, $15K in prize money was awarded, and skateboarding in the Heartland was successfully united.
Clive coming thru with a heavy part. A good warm up to prepare you for what Clive has coming down the pipeline…
Taji Ameen and pro skaters Eby Ghafarian and Leo Gutman head to explore the remains of an abandoned mental hospital at an undisclosed location in search of answering the age long question: can you skate it?
The first annual halloween skate jam at Wharton Street Warehouse. Sponsored By: Powell Peralta, Stance Socks, Redbull, Bones Bearings, Bones Wheels, Nocturnal Skateshop, Vans, Skate The Foundry, Skate Philly, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, Lagunitas Beer, Phillyskatesupply and 5th Pocket Skateparks.
We discuss Leo Romero’s “Programming Injection” Toy Machine Part, Monster Children & adidas Skateboarding Present: Temptation Suppression, Quartersnacks – Came To Sicily For Nothing, JENKEM – Eli Reed and His Mom Show Us Some of Their Art, Public Housing Skate Team | Off the Top NYC | StockX, Toy Machine’s “Programming Injection” Montage, Jeremy Leabres’ “Programming Injection” Toy Machine Part, CANDYLAND, Chico Brenes’ “7×7” Part, picking a winner for last weeks raffle of the Real Skateboards and Spitfire Wheels package, this weeks raffle is a limited edition Street Plant Mike Vallely Barnyard board signed and numbered!!
Three-time X Games gold medalist Ryan DeCenzo hails from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and began skateboarding in 1999 at age 13 (because the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles did it)! Now, an Orange County homeowner, car enthusiast and hockey lover, you can see Ryan destroying his backyard skatepark on the ‘gram, or maybe even catch him cruising around in his Halloween-themed sports car. Did we mention he is the ONLY skateboarder to ever get full permission to skate the entire ESPN Headquarters AND have Barry Melrose take slap shots at Ryan while fully padded in net? Yea! So, be sure to also watch that part titled: Ryan DeCenzo 1979: ESPN Headquarters! Now, sit back, relax and enjoy Ryan’s #XGamesSession!
Charles Deschamps covers it all, flipping bump to bars, smooth lines, and a double kinked hubba ender to close things out for the newest Thunder Knows video.
Lexington clips with Colin Trombley for this Nugg of the Week filmed by Dan Callahan. 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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Manny Santiago explains how the DLK Lows help him lock into his rail tricks and how it got him into the SLS Nine Club.
Tom explains the trials and tribulations that went into filming his Montreal ledge mirror line as seen in Til The End Vol 3.
Q&A is a chance to sit down with RVCA advocates and get a behind-the-scenes look into their lives. In this episode, we visit Kevin “Spanky” Long at his home in Los Angeles and take a look inside his world of skate, art and travel. From spending the majority of his professional career with RVCA to traveling the globe, get to know what it means to Spanky to be a pro skater.
Not even the Grandma Police can stop Blake’s continued global path of destruction. Always good to see Malto on the board…that nollie flip though. Enjoy the final Trust Fall Extras edit.