GET LOST, a skateboarding travel show. Find out the best skate spots, food, parties, & more from our favorite skate destinations around the world. In this episode we head south of the border to Tijuana with Erik Bragg, Beagle, Cyril Jackson, and Dee Ostrander.
No fancy grip job required—just grip it and rip it. Newest Santa Cruz Skateboards PRO Jake Wooten goes boostin’ from spot to spot while riding The Grippiest!
500 seemed like a nice even number and Krooked Pro (and Ace “Pilot”) Ronnie Sandoval was game to get some grind. He gives us a few extra tricks in there to keep it lively, but once he gets dialed-in with the 40 block runs, be prepared for some serious pool hypnosis. Pick up a pair HERE.
Zach Doelling & the crew check out one of the best skateparks in the Gardena area!
‘Old Dog, New Tricks’ session at Cash Skatepark with the Steve Steadham ‘Spade’ Skateboard. Featuring Zach Doelling, Christopher Hiett, Vincent Luevanos, John Bradford, Cy Romano, and Julian Jeang-Agliardi.
Beagle starts the session off with a two trick combo in downtown LA. Switch frontside noseslide to swtich frontside crook to fakie. Roll wit it…
Furby attempts a switch frontside heelflip over the Burbank Middle School 16 stair rail. He settles for a switch kickflip instead. Circa 2013.
“Fourth Quarter: Behind the Missions” Episode two centers on Giovanni Vianna and Trent McClung. Suffering a major injury during the home straight of filming, Giovanni explains his late start to the video, getting sparked in Sacramento and the importance of truck locking techniques. With the pressure of Encore in the rear view, Fourth Quarter gave Trent McClung a fresh take on a filming a video part. Switching things up on some unique spots, the battles stayed the same in the search for an ender.
In this Setups video, we hear from USA Skateboarding national team member Dashawn Jordan. As the latest addition to the Toy Machine roster, Dashawn breaks down the size, shape, and specs of his new team board, truck size and bushing tuning preference, wheel sizes, and bearings. He even gave us a closer look at a new Nike SB Dunk shoe that has yet to be released.
Growing up on the North Shore of O’ahu, Jordyn Barratt was naturally drawn to surfing, but the passion just wasn’t there for her. Instead, she found her passion in skateboarding. Drawing inspiration from ‘80’s skate style, and the skaters who lived it, Jordyn watched those old videos until the VHS was worn out. Now, she often finds herself recreating the tricks from those same during her competition runs. Lately, as a part of Team USA, she’s training harder than ever but still keeping her focus on the most important aspect of skating: having fun.
Remind took a quick trip from San Diego to San Francisco and stacked some clips!
Santa Cruz puts Brand Manager Andrew Cannon to the test with three different challenges to find out how the 8.27 in x 31.83 Jereme Knibbs Reptilian Dot Pro Model Deck skates!
Bill Simpson brings you Alex Subers, Austin Chhinkhathork and Mark Biedlingmaier in Suburban Selection.