You never know what kind of tricks are gonna get thrown down during the Tampa Pro finals. Back in 2015, Luan Olivera sealed the deal with this run and walked away with first place.
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After an incredible first stop in Lincoln, Nebraska in July, anticipation was high leading into stop two of the Red Bull Cornerstone series in Lenexa, Kansas this past Saturday. Once again, amateur skateboarders from Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and beyond made the pilgrimage, this time assembling at RideFourEver skatepark in Lenexa, just outside of Kansas City. RideFourEver is owned and operated by local skateboarders Weston Sparks and Dillon Lyon in conjunction with Studio Skate Supply retail shop. Studio has been serving the KC community since 2007, with the park opening in 2017.
Last weekend the SPoT Team went down to Fort Lauderdale to skate the “Back to the Streets” contest at Ramp 48 Skatepark. After the contest they spent a day cruising the streets of Miami with the help of their good friend and tour guide Dan Lundy.
Taking up the mantle from the era-defining Bowlriders contests, Red Bull Bowl Rippers hosted a new generation of riders from around the globe at the legendary Prado bowl in Marseille. Watch Chris Russell, Danny Leon, Luiz Francisco, Jaime Mateu & more destroy the bowl in the Men’s Final!
Taking up the mantle from the era-defining Bowlriders contests, Red Bull Bowl Rippers hosted a new generation of riders from around the globe at the legendary Prado bowl in Marseille. Watch Autumn Tust, Kisa Nakamura, Yndi Asp, Poppy Olsen & more shred in one of the heaviest Womens bowl contest anyone has ever seen!
All Indy Trucks are unique to each individual who puts them on a board, and nothing beats Grinding ’em Down to the axle… Dig in with Gavin Bottger in this Installment of “My Indys”.
Dashawn Jordan gives the rookie, Sora Shirai, one minute to land a Frontside 180 to switch backside nosegrind for $50 during the Los Angeles stop of the 2019 World Tour for the G-Shock ‘Minute To Win It!’.
Europe’s liveliest bowl contest returns to the Bowl Du Prado, where the best of the best in transition skateboarding will embark on an all-out concrete assault on the legendary bowl.
We came to Joey Brezinski with the idea of checking out skateparks in Los Angeles and “rating” them for a YouTube series. Ultimately, we wanted to provide the visitors and residents of LA with an all-inclusive guide to skateparks in the area; which ones to hit, and which ones to skip. With Joey on-board, along with his imaginary(?) friend RIP, we shot and edited this pilot episode. We quickly realized Joey rates his skateparks the same way he rates his burritos: with nothing but the highest of standards. The result is a hilarious, banter-filled, and purposely over-pretentious rating from a skater who will ALWAYS suggest you go out and skate the streets of LA instead… – Red Bull
RyRey put some WORK in and pieced together a monstrosity of a line with NO pushes in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Tony Hawk, Geoff Rowley, Grosso and Chris Cote breakdown the finals of the 4th stop of the 2019 Vans Park Series Pro Tour.