Red Bull Bowl Rippers hosted a new generation of riders from around the globe at the legendary Prado Bowl in Marseille!
Marco Kada is an interesting character in Vienna’s skateboarding world. He hails from a little lakeside town called Gmunden and on his long path from home he’s overcome serious personal struggles to find himself here, today, living his skating life to the fullest.
BMX vs Skate: who wins in an epic trick battle? Join Marc Churchill and Sebastian Keep as they try to decide who wins in a trick battle: BMXers or Skaters?
In the Season 2 opener of Official Skatepark Review, Joey Brezinski and Rip meet up with Kelly Hart to review a skatepark that truly has it all: Poods Park in Encinitas, CA. From a limitless amount of buttery ledges to some overlooked (or unnoticed) euro gaps, Poods Park is a breeding ground for skate talent unlike any other park. Prime example: local ripper Dylan Jaeb, who rolled with us around the park, offered some local insight, and stacked some proper Poods clips.
The purpose of this Videofolio series has always been to offer an insight into the people who bring skateboarding to life in so many vivd and dynamic ways via the power of moving pictures. Often invisible, these auteurs shape the aesthetics of skateboarding’s visual culture in a way which can, in turn, form the taste of generation of devotees. Meet the man behind the pioneering skate edits from Kyrgyzstan to Myanmar, one of the last surviving road warriors of the worldwide skate filming game – France’s Sébastien Abes.
Skateboarders lead a seemingly charmed life – from demos, to signings, to photoshoots, to hitting the streets for the next video part, pro skaters are considered to have the best job on earth. However, when the tours end and the contest season has mellowed out, it’s always good to be back home and enjoy skateboarding in its greatest form: low-stress, no-deadlines, and with the good homies. This is what “Field Day” is all about.
Dalton and Kanaan Dern are skating Floridian siblings with very different styles and approaches. While Dalton is up for skating anything from the smallest transition to the longest, sketchiest rail, his brother Kanaan is much more focused with tricks and spots. As much as their personalities are different, it’s clear they share a common bond of riding skateboards. Press play to checkout their first double part!
Alex Sorgente, Chris Russell, CJ Collins and Zion Wright head to the North Shore of Oahu looking for empty pools and local spots to skate in the Aloha state. In a place known for its weather and waves, the crew instead set its sights on concrete and coping — their version of the perfect tropical skate vacation. Press play and sit shotgun as they drop in the Hawaii skate scene and hit the North Shore’s famous Banzai Skatepark for a demo in paradise.
From the streets of the historic Old Town to the rafters of the Suurhall Arena, England’s finest 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!
We’re back to Saku Arena in Estonia for the 20th anniversary of Simple Session – A skate contest by skaters, for skaters, and on some seriously big transition. Nate Wessel is the mastermind behind this year’s course build and it fairly summarises the mantra of ‘go big or go home’. Smash the play button and catch the full replay from the contest. Featuring Liam Pace, Danny Leon, Ke’Chaud Johnson, Jaime Mateu, David Gravette, Antoine Laurent, Tyler Edtmayer, Ivan Federico, Adrien Bulard, Jaakko Ojanen, Simen Haegelan and Egor Golubev.
Patrik Wallner’s trilogy of skate edits from Uzbekistan concludes, as Ethan Loy, Vladik Scholz, Pasha Kuznetsov and Rob Wootton hit Samarkand.
All aboard as Red Bull’s skate tour of Uzbekistan continues on to the virgin terrain of Nukus with Ethan Loy, Rob Wooten, Vladik Scholz & Pasha Kuznetsov!