More Creature UK tour footage has been unleashed just seconds ago, this time from their visit to Hereford’s concrete hole. Watch US and UK Creature team riders rip it up alongside Kill City’s finest here filmed by Richie Inskip.
Enjoy a couple of lines from Stu Graham and Carl Wilson at Hastings and the Source Bowl before rain stopped play.
Whatever the reason, there are little things better than writing a news piece about John Rattray. The same goes with reading ’em, it means there’s something rad coming your way. This is no exception.
John Rattray has updated his Predatory Bird blog again in a slightly off-character non-esoteric fashion. The post contains a stream of photos taken while John was filming for that amazing Artist Reel for Elwood.
Click on the ridiculousness below and have a read.
Here’s a winter treat for your eyes this weekend that only took a year to surface. Last winter, Stu Graham went to Transition Extreme with Zander to tear apart the bowl in the way only Stu Graham can. 12 months of sitting on a harddrive later, and the footage is now up online and at a prime time to get us hyped for more from Scottish powerhouse.
See below for a rough visual guide on how to be rad.
The wonderful indoor parks that make Ireland a top winter holiday destination for all UK skateboarders are going to be subjected to the savages aboard the good ship Shiner. Nicky Howells, Jake Collins, Stu Graham and Josh “Manhead” Young will be joining Conhuir Lynn in Ireland in January for a Monster tour.
See the flyer below for all the dates and deets and get involved!