Politic Skateboards brings you this edit featuring Japhey Dow, Shawn Macmillan, Riley Vaughn, Jinnosuke Okada, Zach Dykes and Brian Powderly.
Beagle digs through the archives for this Andrew Reynolds switch kickflip down a 14 stair footage.
We Stop And Chat with Andrew Reynolds to discuss filming instagram clips vs filming video parts, how he became aware of Kader and put him on Baker, leaving Emerica and putting in work to get on Vans, going on a random tour with Jeron to Australia, how he felt about Baker 4, his board setup and madness, breaking down some of his most memorable clips, filming for a new Baker video and much more!
Enzo Cautela’s rough cut from his “Fux With Krux” part.
2020 was a most unusual year, but it will be remembered as one of skateboarding’s most globally successful years.
The reasons for that are many and varied, sometimes overlapping, but a perfect convergence of circumstances saw skate shops around the world unable to meet demand, small brands suddenly able to clear out entire inventories, and uptake – oftentimes re-uptake – of skating worldwide at a level not seen since the headiest days of decades past.
It was at breakfast the morning after Red Bull Skateboarding’s 2020 planning meeting last January that the newspaper headline spoke of a city being locked down far away. It’s doubtful that anyone back then could have foreseen the last 12 months playing out the way they have, but with so many projects already under way globally the race was on to bring them all in – safely, and in whole.
From Patrik Wallner’s pioneering Uzbekistan skate project to contests like Simple Session, Red Bull Solus & Red Bull Bowl Rippers to RAW EDITS with Jamie Foy, CJ Collins & more to introducing the world to Madars Skate Tales to skating Larvikite with Torey Pudwill & crew to exploring the spirit of skateboarding in Africa, 2020 will go down in as an epic year in our history books!
Featuring Brandon Turner, Kellen James, Jimmy Cao, Marshall Heath, Jamie Palmore, Tiago Lopes, Stephen Lawyer, Wes Kremer, Javier Sarmiento, Dan Connelly, Tyler Surrey, Alex Willms and Alexis Ramirez.
For the best of Screaming Vlogs 1-20 Santa Cruz looks back on some of their favorite moments from the first 20 weeks with the crew. Team Manager Eric Palozzolo and SC Video Producer Joe Perrin walk us through some of the behind the scenes of what went down. We’ve got heat waves, forest fires, skate park check ins, trick battles and even a studio visit with LiveRad Studios aka Thomas Fernandez! With riders Emmanuel Guzman, Jereme Knibbs, Kevin Braun, Maurio McCoy, Tom Asta, Jake Wooten and Henry Gartland there is some serious ripping you don’t want to miss!
Today Nigel skates with Zach Doelling and the footage is amazing.
Sky Brown put together this Mega Ramp edit at Elliot Sloan’s compound.
And the winner is…. Brandon Turner – Switch Hardflip Wallenberg In San Francisco. SLS throws a huge thanks to Chad Muska & SK8MAFIA for helping surprise the winner with the $10,000 check!
Beagle digs through the archives for this Antwuan Dixon and Bryan Herman footage.
Joseph Charlton brings you Cam Noren footage filmed between 2018-2019 featuring Archer Braun and Malakai.