Jason Park is never short of a few unique tricks. His quirky, technical view on skateboarding is in the spotlight again in his new part for Sometimes Skateboards. He must get through a ton of shoes weekly. Pick your fave trick.
Most of us took our first ride on a little plastic rig but not all of us return to slay it in a way most would not think was possible. Spanish tech head Manolo Robles shows you what’s possible if you put your mind to it. Call the coastguard.
Welcome to the world of Alexander Rademaker whose ‘Short Skate Film’ has been working its way around the web for the last week and is stuffed with technical stuff taken to street spots.
Richie Jackson shared this today. Check out the cheeky new firecracker move in here…
Kick off your week with a truly creative journey, as ever, from Death Skateboards’ technical wizard Richie Jackson, who once again provides knockout footage of his unbelievable skating.
Filmed at the Berrics, this Battle Commander section pushes skateboarding forward tenfold. Look out for him in the new Death video, ‘Ordinary Madness‘ that will be out on DVD in the next couple of weeks.
Chris ‘Avi’ Atherton is back with another episode from his Hoot video series this morning. His new edit Hoot Now proves that in Accrington, absolutely everything is skateable. Press play for proof.
Hootnot is the third in a series of Catweazle online edits that include Sinpanthrash and Monatomic Decoy featuring skating from Avi, William Sayer, Jesse James and Blaster Bates. Slow down your life for 5 mins and get tech.