At the 2018 Hot Wheels Junior Open, Gavin Bottger got loose in The Junction with a GoPro Hero 7. Gavo, along with Lazer Crawford, Roman Hager, Nobacel Villalobos, Toby Ryan, and Koston Eaton had a blast practicing their runs for the contest and ripping some good old fashioned party lines.
Kids from around the country made the trip out to Woodward West in Tehachapi, California to compete in the Hot Wheels Junior Open. An open skateboard and BMX contest for kids 16 and under, where all ability levels are welcome!
Take a behind the scenes look at the 3-day Junior Open through the eyes of competitors Gavin Bottger, Lazer Crawford, Roman Hager, Nobacel Villalobos, Carlin Makibbin and Sean Curliss. Featured competitors include Adler Cromer, Camp Schillereff, Dante Tabuyo-Ochoa, Gui Khury, Jaxson Thompson, Kaden Stone, Kieran Woolley, Koston Eaton, Malachi Gray, and Porter Birk. Plus, a cameo from Element Skateboards founder, Johnny Schillereff.
Huntington Beach! Who will be the Top 4 from the season that lock down a spot in the Super Crown Final?
The FINAL stop of the STREET LEAGUE SKATEBOARDING 2018 TOUR here in Huntington Beach before the SUPER CROWN….See how the course is getting broken in!
SKATEBOARD STREET AND PARK
1. EATON, Jagger USA
2. WRIGHT, Zion USA
3. MILOU, Vincent FRA
4. FOY, Jamie USA
5. MIDLER, Alex USA
6. LEON, Danny ESP
7. WEBB, Chase USA
8. RUSSELL, Chris USA
9. BARROS, Pedro BRA
10. FLEMING, Beaver USA
11. GARCIA, Benjamin FRA
12. FEDERICO, Ivan ITA
Street League sat down with SLS Pro Ryan Decenzo to get his thoughts on the SLS Huntington Beach stop.
SLS Judge Big Cat speaks on the evolution of the Front 180 Switch Crook in SLS events.
France’s Vincent Milou tells us how he feels going into the SLS Huntington Beach stop this weekend.
Guess who’s back just in time for the SLS Huntington Beach stop this Sunday December 16th! Watch it live on streetleague.com
Dashawn Jordan is currently in 9th in season points. If he can make it to the Huntington Beach podium this Sunday there’s a good chance he could break into one of the Top 4 spots from the season that go straight to the Super Crown Final in Brazil!
Kelvin Hoefler surprised everyone including himself when he accidentally went to Suski instead of Backside Tailslide on this 9 Club!
The etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest celebrated its 15-year anniversary on Saturday, December 8th! The community came out strong to support the occasion featuring a ‘Best Trick’ shop battle with some heavy hitting skaters from Local Skateshop, Asylum Skateshop, Focus Boardshop, and Identity Boardshop. The event was free to attend with a $1,000 ‘Best Trick’ prize purse judged by the etnies pro team. Family-friendly and fun for all ages, the celebration also had a carnival zone with rides and games, food trucks and live music from Zig Zags and Tunnel Vision.
Built in 2003, the skatepark ranks among one of the largest in the country at over 60,000 square feet of skateable space. Over the past 15 years, the park has hosted hundreds of events from fundraisers to skate camps, live music shows and movie screenings to world-renowned skate competitions.