Greg Lutzka and Dave Bachinsky rifle through their surprise delivery from Dew Tour and TikTok to find it filled with a kicker, box, and rails for endless amounts of fun. For episode two of Unboxed presented by TikTok, the boys haul their new goodies from OC Ramps to a few different spots and link up with Ryan Decenzo and Mike Berdis along the way. Watch the crew as they set up the features and rip them to shreds during the ultimate session.
For Screaming Vlog 12 gear up for a team challenge at the park! We spend the day in the van with Jereme Knibbs, Henry Gartland, SC Filmer Joe Perrin and as always SC TM Eric Palozzolo. Everyone gets a team challenge thrown at them and then afterward Jereme puts in time to get last minute tricks for Til The End Vol 5. How about that Henry slam?
Welcome to Cayucos Skatepark! Skatelite took a quick trip up to Cayucos, California with some homies and had to stop by this beachside bowl. If your ever in the area be sure to get a session in on this awesome FREE public park.
It’s the the Global AMdemic Finals, where the best of the best amateur skateboarders in the world battle it out for Tampa Am spots, a $1,000 cash prize and bragging rights for life. Plus Independent Best Trick and feedback from judges Kelly Hart, Kelvin Hoefler, and Mike Sinclair. Hosted by Paul Zitzer and Andrew Cannon. Finals Start List: Jhancarlos Gonzalez, Marcelo Batista, Mauro Iglesias, Raimu Sasaki, Ismael Henrique, Juan Ignacio, Gabriel Fortunato, Jorge Simoes, Vinicius Costa, Daiki Ikeda, Filipe Mota, Keyake Ike and Dylan Jaeb.
Today we talk about and put to the test the 9.51 x 32.26 inch Roskopp Frame Hand Shaped Deck. This board comes on Santa Cruz’s Reissue concave and was a ton of fun to skate. The longer 14.75 inch wheelbase makes for a comfortable ride while but remaining comfortable for flip tricks. Santa Cruz puts Brand Manager Andrew Cannon to the test with three different challenges.
Rollin’ Deep with Jimmy Wilkins & Alex Perelson as they destroy Tony Hawk’s vert ramp with the Bronson Speed Co.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be one of Woodward’s skate campers? Then tag along with Mac Lowry in this Camper Spotlight, as he gives us the scoop on what it’s like to spend a week at Woodward PA!
With Covid taking over the skate contests this year, OC Ramps decided to create a contest with thier buds at A Lost Cause….$5,000 in cash bills. Half for a mini ramp contest, half for a street course (bump to ledge).
Skaters include: Ryan Decenzo, Greg Lutzka, Mike Berdis, Ivan Monteiro, Sewa Kroetkov, Ben Nordberg, Matt Berger, Daniel Yeager, Mike Piwowar, Dave Bachinsky, Domonique Walker, Micky Papa, Zander Gabriel, Sierra Fellers, and judge Brian Sumner!
Screaming Vlog # 11 starts off in the streets with Jereme Knibbs and Henry Gartland stacking clips like pancakes for Til The End Vol 5. Later, the crew heads south to meet up with Kevin Braun and Team Manager Eric Palozzolo for a session at Red Park before hitting the streets of San Jose. To cap it off, the gang finds themselves at DeFremery Skatepark in Oakland, CA where Pizz puts a hefty wager on a Fakie Flip for Knibbs. You won’t want to miss this one!
Today we talk about and put to the test the 9.7 x 31.7 inch Salba Witch Doctor Grand Shaped Deck. This board features classic artwork from Jim Phillips and it comes on Santa Cruz’s Old School concave. Santa Cruz puts Brand Manager Andrew Cannon to the test with three different challenges.
Considered the first modern child star of skateboarding, Ryan Sheckler was competing at a pro level by the time he was 13, followed by his own reality television show, scores of pro accolades and the trappings of fame at a young age. Rather than burn out, Sheckler adjusted his focus and returned to his true love of skating. Now with the gift of perspective, he’s enjoying a new life of Ryan.
It’s no secret that Shaun White is a groundbreaking snowboarder. But you might not realize that back in the day, Shaun was also pushing the envelope in Skateboard Vert at X Games. In fact, Shaun skated for Tony Hawk’s Birdhouse brand before breaking out on his own, and even received his own Birdhouse pro model in 2007, just months before winning his first Skateboard Vert gold at X Games. This is a look back at that performance.