Watch Bones ‘New Ground’ video in full

boneswheelslogoBones Wheels have been promising to drop their new full length video for a few months and have released it today for you to stream and download for free.

Get stuck into footage of Jaws (below), Randy Ploesser, Ryan Decenzo, Marty Murawski, Chad Bartie, David Gravette, and Adam Dyet, Jake Duncombe, Ronnie Creager, Jimmy Cao, John Motta and many more by clicking here to stream it and here to register to be sent a free download by email.

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Almost Impact Tour at BaySixty6

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Only the brave tour Europe in January but the Almost Skateboards team didn’t flinch when asked to hit the road across various countries that started in Berlin and ended here in London at the BaySixty6 skate park. It was not the easiest tour to be on. An hour before the team were scheduled to drop a demo at the Skatehalle in Berlin, news of Lewis Marnell’s rumoured passing had reached Chris Haslam, Youness Amrani, Daryl Dominguez and Willow who threw themselves into this tour the best way they could knowing they had just lost a brother.

The UK was absolutely freezing and by far the coldest day of the year but on arrival, London’s faithful were there ready and waiting for them despite news that the scheduled demo had been cancelled. Almost UK rider Daryl Dominguez and Bay shredder Kyron McGrath-Davis joined in with the fun to skate the Double Impact comp and like lemmings, those who couldn’t land tricks felt the cold, hard concrete across the small stair set and rail and the big 5 stair set and rail until a winner was announced. Best trick overall went to Nai Sukanant with a switch hardflip down the big five and he took it well.

Click play for short interviews with Daryl Dominguez and Chris Haslam on the night and grab yourself an Almost package in this month’s competition.

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Watch the highlights of the skating from the night from Tom Drake & Harry Garcia:

Watch the Almost Berlin demo at Skatehalle here:

Almost Demo – Skatehalle Berlin from skatehalle berlin on Vimeo.

Info on the Almost Impact Tour tonight at Bay66

The Almost Impact Tour is set to roll through BaySixty6 skatepark from 5pm today. The only change is that the pro demo has been cancelled due to recent events.

Chris Haslam and Almost brand manager Luis Cruz will still be in attendance for the Double Impact contest plus Darryl Dominguez and Kyron Davis will be ripping the park up too. There will plenty going on, so come down to the Bay and join us all down there for a night sesh and win yourself a year’s supply of Almost decks in the process.

Click here to win a tasty Almost package this month. One lucky person will take the lot.

Watch Almost Impact Tour footage from Berlin

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The Almost team have just left germany on their Impact Tour and collected some footage from their demo at the Skatehalle in Berlin for you to watch here. Press play for footage of Chris Haslam, Youness Amrani, Daryl Dominguez and Willow and get hyped on their visit from 5pm next Friday 25th January at BaySixty6. Details here.

Almost team at BaySixty6 on Friday 25th January

Put the evening of Friday 25th January in your dairy if you are near to London as members of the Almost Skateboards team are scheduled to be making a visit to BaySixty6 Skatepark for a demo as part of their Impact Tour.

Chris Haslam, Willow and Youness Amrani will be in tow for a free entry session from 7pm with special guests for a night time session in the Capital. Share this news today and spread the good word.

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Daewon Song’s incredible 5-Incher B-side section

daewon_songYet again, Daewon Song returns with another video edit that will have the rewind button on lock, made up of more incredible skateboarding that takes in every form of nature on offer. In this new video part as the b-side to his ridiculous section in the new 5-Incher DVD from Almost, Daewon gets to work as usual, shredding rocks, trees and any curved or flat surface to conquer on his travels.

Yet again, Daewon Song is light years ahead of anyone else on a skateboard. Yet again, he takes our Edit of the Week spot hands down.