Here’s a dope new skate vid from a couple of young optimists shredding mid massive earthquake damage in New Zealand. Even though the destruction was massive, the natural features it created are perfect for any skater. How many times will you really get the chance to manual the hood of a honda civic? This is glass half full type shit. “Christchurch for life. Nothing can stop us.”
This video was made by Adrian Anker-Payne.
Kilian Martin is back again with this ridiculous skate video showing some masterful skills. We featured him on our site before with A Skate Escalation, check it out here, and this video is just as good if not better.
This incredible skate video was shot at 120 frames per second to give it an awesome feel and look. The tricks pulled off are in super slow motion to give your naked eye the chance to see what goes into pulling off those gnarley tricks you see the pros pull. Shot by Raphaël Aupy using a red camera. Song: It’s Alright, Artist: Bang Gang, Album: Something Wrong. FYI.
Shaun White never seems to stop coming out with awesome shit whether it’s his skateboarding, snowboarding, or one of his other extreme skills on display. Here is a video trailer for “The Transformation” which is said to chronicle his transition from snowboarding to skateboarding. Accompanied with an awesome song this video will probably be the coolest thing you see all day.
Designed by Mike Simonian and Pieter Schouten, Flowboards have 7 wheels each on the front and rear, making it look like a mutated skateboard. Riding one is like snowboarding or surfing on land. You have to love anything that opens up the possibilities to riding no matter what kind of area or weather you are in. With the Flowboard you can snowboard or surf, or just flat out skate, all year round. Most of the boards run around the $80-$100 range, but you can check out all the boards at the website to order found here. Check out more pictures and a video of the Flowboard in action with some bad ass shredding below.
I came across this video today while I should have been doing work and thought it was awesome. I love the fact that parks and areas of cities can become so epic within the skate community. Sometimes natural features are better equipt to suit a skaters needs than man made parks, and the LOVE gap is one of those features. When word got out that LOVE was going to be destroyed, every pro skater that could make it took the trip to Philly for one last LOVE affair. Check out this video of some pros recalling their favorite memories from the epic final month at LOVE