The annual Crossfire Xmas Jam went down on Saturday 12th December 2009 in London at Bay 66 skatepark. We built a car to skate courtesy of the artists at Mutate Britain and waved goobye to 2009. Click here for the full feature with photos from Dom Marley and enjoy this footage from the event.
2009’s Crossfire Xmas Skate Jam in London was a hoot, footage from the event itself can be found here and here’s the teaser for the event with Darryl Dominguez on the pimp tip.
Crossfire were asked to host the Flip Skateboards Extremely Sorry London premiere in November 2009. The weather was in full summer swing, the beers flowed and the party went off in fine style. Enjoy the post premiere malarkey in this edit and click here for the premiere gallery feature.
Blood, Guts and Glory- this Crossfire party had it all…thanks so much if you made it happen. Click here to enjoy the gallery feature from this event, enjoy the footage, we will be back with another of these this Halloween for sure.
Baron is responsible for creating the soundtrack for Flip’s latest skate full length, Extremely Sorry. Crossfire caught up with the producer on his recent trip to the UK and interviewed him to find out how he got Slayer, Motorhead, Snoop Dogg, Black Mountain and others involved in this revolutionairy soundtrack project. Click here for the Crossfire hosted Flip video premiere video.
The Globe team visited London back in October 2009 for a swift evening session. Rodney MullenChris Haslam, Ryan Decenzo and more were overwhelmed by the tournout, enjoy the footage here.
Our local skate park gets hammered weekly but here’s an edit featuring Awadh, Jamie, Joff, Laurie, 2P, Adam, Stevie, Neil, Brendan, and Jesse enjoying the summer of 2009 at Meanwhile Grdens bowl.
Pierre Luc Gagnon, Bob Burnquist, Andy Macdonald, Buster Halterman, Rob, Loriface, Omar, Hassan, Adam Taylor, Lincoln, Ueda, Tom Schaar, Lance Mountain, Pat Duffy, Danny Way and Tony Hawk all feature in this mini megaramp bashing…
Harlow’s bowl got rinsed whilst sausages were BBQed from Volcom back in 2009 for Go Skateboarding Day. Click here for the full feature and enjoy the footage on a hot sunny afternoon in Essex.
Crossfire HQ favourites CSS are holding a competition for their fans to make their new video.
The video will be for their new single Alcoholl and the band have already filmed themselves in front of a green screen, which will go online for download.
Fans can then download that and have fun putting a background up behind the band. The competition is being held with Italian site QOOB and can be checked out here.
The winner will be selected by the band and will win £1,350 [2000 euros]. The deadline is April 15th.