This is for everyone who didn’t get a big enough GX1000 dose from theirlast video offer. San Francisco local filmer Cody Thompson contributes a lot of footage to the GX1000 videos but that doesn’t mean he’s not making his own videos. Luckily the scene there is so productive that Cody can bless us with this amazing 47-minute video.
Our friends over at Quartersnacks released a sick new Victor Campillo part filmed during a winter get-away in San Francisco, California. Victor doesn’t seem to be intimidated by the city’s steep hills. We have the feeling he skates them with ease. Chapeau Victor!
The only question left would be – why did we have to wait so many years for a new Duffel part? – but the answer you will find HERE. Corey looks so good on a skateboard and we really hope that there is more to come in the very near future. We don’t like to use the phrase but this is a must-watch!
Atlantic Drift went Pacific. Welcome to San Francisco the gentrification capital in the world Another amazing edit by Jacob Elliot Harris. If skateboarding would be an IQ test then Sylvain Tognelli would be the genius.
Feat.: Remy Taveira, Kyron Davis, Tom Knox, Chris Jones, Nick Jensen, Casper Brooker and everyone’s new favorite Mike Arnold.
What is more important than your friends, even more importantly faraway friends? No a whole lot and that is what this edit delivers. Catching a glimpse of faraway friends slaying some hella cutty spots.
Glad to see Brian Delatorre back on those hills again!
YES! YES! YES! The world rejoices, we thought it would never come, even when we heard last year that Mr. Gerwer had been skating hard. We didn’t want to believe (because of the possible let down) but it happened. A “new” Frank Gerwer part has hit the net. It spans all those years you saw nothing and he was out doing something. The best thing is it does not contain any newer footage which leaves us hoping for another part (in ten years or so).
Dennis Busenitz, over and over again. This time he is skating the legendary “3up 3down” and “3rd and Army” spots in SF, in a compilation. If you ever get the chance to skate the 3up spot, make sure to climb up the wall and look through the window, into the building. It’ll be worth it!
Here is to skateboarding’s very own Dennis Busenitz. A Documentary about the fastest guy in skateboaring. Watch what Jason Dill, Erik Ellington, Donny Barley, P-rod & a lot more have to say about Dennis:
We are not sure what ever happend to 3D Skateboards but running your own company can be pretty intense. Let’s hope for some new footage of Brian, maybe from one of his first “18” Trips. For now, we are going back in time with his ‘Day In The Life’ video for Crailtap:
Ben Gore found a “thing”, a thing that was probably always around in SF. The scooter makes for a nice natural little element, an element that you could find in your own city. But you could also find your own, if you live in Berlin you could go skate all the mattresses that were put out on the street and if you live in New York you could skate some broken furniture, some already do though but in this part Ben and Zach took that “thing” to a new level.