The LA heatwave continues and the air quality is not making it easier. TM Eric Palozzolo keeps the hype training rolling as Emmanuel Guzman, Henry Gartland, Maurio McCoy and new SC Am Brian O’Dwyer keep it cranking in the streets. Filmed by Joe Perrin and Nick Hanson. Edited by Trevar Cushing.
“Empat Tiga” means 4:3 in Bahasa Indonesia. 4 skaters: Sanggoe Tanjung, Jasper Dohrs, Dan Leung, and Mak Feliciano filmed in the 4:3 aspect ratio.
Hit the road with David Gravette and the Skate Wild crew for a weekend of skating, camping, and good ‘ol Summer fun in the great outdoors! Skate Wild offers Trips for Skateboarding and Outdoor Enthusiasts, Skate Camp Scholarships, Wilderness Workshops, and Give Back Trips. To Learn More Visit HERE.
X Games Real Street Best Trick asks 10 skateboarders to put it all on the line with their single best trick. This year’s Real Street Best Trick athletes are Clive Dixon, Jack O’Grady, Felipe Mota, John Dilorenzo, Alex Midler, Robert Neal, Myles Willard, Chris Wimer, Ryan Sheckler and Nyjah Huston.
As Knibbs continues to stack footage for his TIL THE END VOL 5 part coming later this fall you can get a sneak peek at some of the spots he skated for it and some of the clips that DIDN’T make the cut. So few people are as nimble as Jereme is, and when you can watch him do lines it’s perfection.
Sloshin’ Around The Northwest RAW MAYHEM featuring Henry Gartland, Kirby and Zack Wallin ripping through PNW terrain.
From the streets of the historic Old Town to the rafters of the Saku Arena, England’s finest Marc Churchill takes us on a personal tour of winter’s biggest skate event, as they celebrate 20 years of skating! Join Marc Churchill behind the scenes of Simple Session 20!
Having started out as just as a local hangout, Simple Session has become one of the World’s premier Skateboarding contests. Since day one, the goal has been to create a unique experience for the spectators and skaters alike and become the ultimate skater’s event. Over the years, Simple Session has hosted a very prestigious group of skateboarders from all over the World and is now proud to stand out as one of the longest standing contests in Europe and the World.
Chile’s Stavros Razis is all about expressing himself through skateboarding, and his latest part shows him expressing all over half a dozen countries. ‘Gastando Suela’—which loosely translates to ‘Spending Sole’—was shot over two years in France, Russia, Denmark, Spain, and his home country. During all of these trips, the 38-year-old Monster athlete consistently spent his soles on every type of terrain imaginable.
Sloshin’ Around The Northwest RAW MAYHEM featuring Pedro Delfino, Roman Pabich and Cedric Pabich ripping through PNW terrain.
There is no doubt that Henry Gartland will get gnarly and chomp some huge rails. But in the new Argentina Raw & Uncut video you can really see how well he skates everything in front of him. Henry Gartland always puts it on the line and there is no shortage of hammers in this video.
Ever wonder what life is like for a 13-year old skateboarder and potential Olympian? Dew Tour found out firsthand by spending a day with flying phenom Gavin Bottger. A transplant from Tahoe, Gavin now resides in Southern California, where he lives a life that could be described as an endless summer. With homeschooling already under his belt before the global COVID-19 pandemic, Gavin’s daily routine is relatively simple between homework and skateboarding daily. Follow Gavin along as he shows us his newly relocated mini ramp, rips his e-bike to his local park, and wraps up the day with a DIY spot.
It all started with a letter from NJ Skateshop. The homies said “Come on home, John”. Unfortunately, by the time this piece of post reached John Gardner the COVID-19 pandemic was sweeping across the nation.
Flying’s out. Car’s busted. What’s the move? JG knows that skating ain’t cancelled this year and grab his NEW signature Mini Super Juice and starts pushing east. Hit that play button and jump on the journey as John rolls from LBC to NJ. We guarantee this is a CRUISIN’ for the books…