Skate, travel, repeat. Get some insight into Barney Page today via Etnies during the filming of his etnies’ Album video part.
The etnies team have smashed it in Bristol and Manchester this weekend. Here’s the footage from up Projekts via Route One Featuring Chris Joslin, Barney Page, Trevor McClung, Ryan Lay and Silvester Eduardo.
David Reyes, Silvester Eduardo, Albert Nyberg and Barney Page visited South Africa for an etnies tour and came back with some sweet footage.
Sidewalk have started to release full sections from their ‘In Progress’ DVD this week. Ryan Gray’s project will all be online over the coming week or so. Look out for Ben Raemers, Harry Lintell, Conhuir Lynn, Nicky Howells, Tom Harrison, Mark Baines, Nick Remon, Ben Nordberg, Chris Jones, Denis Lynn and more soon.
Watch footage of Jon Nguyen, Mark Suciu, Jonathan Perez, Preston Harper, Barney Page, Daryl Angel, Ben Raemers and many more in this San Homies montage from Justin Albert.
Barney Page and Charles Collet are the latest 2 Etnies riders picked to share spots as part of the Tale of Two Cities video features. Due to injury, Charles had to unfortunately duck out of the trip to Exeter so Paul Cooper and Caradog made up for it with a session in Bristol before Barney flew to Grenoble for a session in Charles’ home town and Birthday celebrations.
Dive in for more Barney Page goodness and check out his well deserved signature shoe out now on Etnies.
London’s Prince Charles cinema was invaded by the creme of the UK’s skateboarders last night as the new Sidewalk video In Progress was premiered.
Popcorn and beers were thrown as standard, before three quarters of an hour of British skateboarding was unleashed with sections from Barney Page, Conhuir Lynn, Ben Raemers, Nicky Howells, Sean Smith, Harry Lintell and Tom Harrison alongside Ben Nordberg, Mark Baines, Nick Remon, Chris Jones, Denis Lynn and footage of many more.
Overall the film got a great reaction, the skating was banging, the music was spot on and the film mainly shot by Ben Powell, Ryan Gray and Kevin Parrott and many other contributors, could have just kept going and going. 45 minutes flew past with raw UK skating served just how we like it with Barney Page and Ben Raemers receiving the decibels they deserved. .
There will be some fantastic hangovers this morning as the free bar set up around the corner and funded by Nike would have sucked everyone in and destroyed most.
Well done to Sidewalk who have rolled out, amongst everything else they do for the scene, a video that captures some of the UK’s finest. The video will not be free on the cover of a magazine but will rightly be on sale in your local skate shop, so you treasure it and watch it with friends at home before you go for a skate. Pick up a copy in October in your local skater owned shop.
More video premiere’s have been announced this week:
Friday 30th September – Hush Bar, Bristol, 8pm.
Contact 5050 for further info.
Saturday 1st October – T13 Skatepark, Belfast, 7pm.
Pre-premiere jam at T13 Skatepark (time TBC), £3 in – keep an eye on the www.bogginzine.com forum for updates.
Saturday 1st October – The Flying Duck, 142 Renfield Street, Glasgow.
6pm sharp. Over 18’s only.
Thursday October 6th – Milton Keynes Buszy.
6pm – under 18s. 7:30pm – over 18’s with afterparty at the Buszy Bar.
Exeter local Barney Page features in this new clip from RVCA Europe that went live yesterday.
Look out for another full section in the new Sidewalk video In Progress that is premiering around the country from this Saturday but until then, watch a minute of goodness from Enjoi’s most skilled carpenter here.