Skateboarder Magazine’s Tuesday 25 with East Coast powerhouse Evan Smith.
Help our friends at The A.skate Foundation to win up to $50,000 for a grant through Pepsi to continue helping children with Autism learn how to skate. What else you got to do today? Do something good today. Thanks!
If the tricks he’s been pulling at Rob Dyrdek’s Street League are any indication of what’s in store for this video part, then Nyjah Huston is going to blow minds on 11.11.11. Make sure to have an extra pair of underwear on stand by because you’re probably going to shit your pants that day.
After floating around for years in the flo-gram from teams but steadily crushing it on a consistent basis, our friends at Cliché Welcome Lem Villemin to the team. Nice one.
Cliché Keystone Video With Lucas Puig filmed and edited by the multi-talented Joey Brezinski. Lucas whips around Stoner Plaza and test out his new keystone Cliché deck and pops the shit out of it.
Check out this Osiris Commercial Featuring Corey Duffel and PLG that’s shot all nice and pretty.
Ipath Films presents Matt Rodriguez: Sole Rebel. A short film celebrating Ipath original Matt Rodriguez, one of the most respected and sickest skaters of all time.
Raiders of the Archives: Skatelab Part 2 of 3 with Todd Huber the owner of the skatepark and museum. Todd’s collection of skate memorabilia is second to none. His treasure trove of skate goodies is so big that he can’t fit it all into the museum and most has to be stored in the basement and never gets seen until now.
The first video I ever saw was Future Primitive and Tommy Guerrero had the first part. I’d seen a few skate magazines by that time but seeing actual video of Tommy skating down the hills in SF and popping big ollies was mind blowing. Tommy was instantly etched in my skate memory and I still think about that feeling I got watching that first video and watching Tommy make street skating look so fun. Check out this video of Tommy talking about what made him the skater he is.
Real Skateboards known associate Alex Midler is a street ripper at only 12 years old. Alex is an upstanding little man. He’s come out and supported both of our Make-A-WIsh events and even did his own roll-a-thon for the Johnnykickscancer foundation. We’re stoked to see him killing it on and off the board. Go Alex!