In April 2011, Sebo Walker, Cameo Wilson, Mark Schlosser, and Michael Leon got in a van to tour the Northwest USA with their skateboards and an exhibition of Stacks graphics. Filming by day and attending Stacks opening receptions at night. This video is a small excerpt of what went on.
Sick video welcoming Plunkett to the Elwood team.
In the Glenhaven Skatepark with Al Partanen and some Indy heads
Ben had a big day he won Phoenix Am. Turning 21, winning some cash and getting an ad for Dakine. All in a day’s work. Watch it here.
Dune plays with fire and a sick little quarter pipe set up.
It’s not quite the Autumn Bowl, but it’s in the same building. Curtis gets some clips for Stereo.
Plan B just dropped P-Rod’s full part on iTunes just as they promised. It’s a banger!
Tony Karr’s Oregon sesh. Watch him shred the Battleground skatepark.
The Pipeline skatepark in Upland, California produced its share of legends. Steve Alba and the Combi pool are two of the most famous. In this first loveletter to the Badlands, Grosso meets up with “Screaming Lord Salba” and gets the history of the park direct from the source.
CCS recently caught up with Mark Appleyard for a catalog cover shoot, then hung out with him for the rest of the day.
Check out David Gonzalez, Andrew Langi, Louie Lopez and Curren Caples ripping through some California tranny.
Foundation Skateboards would like to give a warm welcome to Dan Murphy who joins our pro team. Head over to the Foundation site to see his welcome video and interview.