Julian Davidson and Nick Garcia came up with this special set of Travel Well cruiser boards, called “Day Trippin’”. Designing them was one thing, but what came next was the fun part; hitting the streets. Nick and Julian headed off toSkate Camp, and took the long road to get there. From bombing hills and crushing rocks to flatground and mini ramps, these boards are truly all terrain vehicles.
Here’s some deleted scenes from Osiris’ roadtrip to Oregon featuring Taylor Bingaman and Caswell Berry. WIth special guest: David Gravette, James Brockman, Willis Kimble, Brendan Klein and Cong Lieng. Check it out.
Vans is starting a new regular feature on the their site where we focus on one rider for an entire week. They started off with their newest am Daniel Lutheran and a short interview with him. Check back later this week because there will be exclusive videos and photos from the filming of the Vans video. Also a sexy preview of Dan Lu’s episode of Adventures with Chris airing February 22nd.
One of our favorite skate sites out there chromeballincident has a fantastic interview with the one and only Tim O’Connor. Start your weekend off with this great interview.
This week’s episode of Weekend Buzz features Brian “Slash” Hansen and Anthony Schultz. Wait until you hear what Slash has to say about Jon Allie. Wow. Check it.
The man, the legend and Black Label owner John Lucero lets us dig around his office and warehouse for this Raiders of the Archives part 2 of 4. Check back next Friday for part 3.
Check out this video. “Good Luck” is a film by Derek Heydle featuring Lamare Hemmings, Cyril Jackson, Lalo Trejo, Graham Harrington, Val Arkenstone, Casey Morrissey, Tislam Smith, Tony Karr and Stevie Perez.
BLVD welcomes new team rider Jordan Sanchez with this hot new clip.
FAMOUS in association with the Maloof Money Cup will be the title sponsor of the “Luis Long Ollie” contest at the Magic Trade show. Come see 1 of 15 invited skateboarders set the Long ollie record at the event.
Austin Poytner Wins Vans Am Protec Combi Contest and gets picked up by Ocean Current.