For this week’s Squad Goals me and my pals ventured off to Los Angeles in hopes of filming clips. Despite arriving to the first spot at 4 we still managed to get a bunch of footage. Shit got motivational real fast and we all had a grand time. This features riding from: Devon Smillie, Ethan Corriere, Dylan Stark, Stevie Churchill, and more.
Montana Ricky is back with another video, this time featuring some footage from crazy skateparks in his home state plus the Jersey/NYC streets. This is one of his better edits in my opinion, check it out.
Ty Morrow brought the hammers for his Trip Tape section and today we get to see all the b-roll and extra footage from during the filming. Grinding that Garrett Reynolds feeble to 540 ledge backwards is nuts!
Feeble to 360 to smith on a single flatledge! No drop-down, no curve, no g-turn, just pop (17:12). The rest of the video was very enjoyable too, based in Quebec, the Manish dudes covered some serious ground filming this, traveling as far as Virginia Beach. Good stuff, def worth watching if you have twenty minutes to spare.
Cult just launched a brand new website and to celebrate they’re having a sale in their webstore where you can save 15% using the promo code “newsite”. It only runs through the weekend though so don’t sleep!
I saw this dude pop a first try smith to feeble to crankflip-barspin at the banks the first time I ever rode in NYC as a kid and thought he was a goddamn sorcerer. Twelve or so years later and his moves from that era are still pretty shocking. Crankflip-bar into and out of multiple different grinds in here along with a hardway-xup smith to bar (2:06). Take notes kids. Shout out Ryan Howard for uploading this one.
Hilario is relatively unknown but a complete shredder from Temecula, California. As far as I know he’s never dropped a real web video before but Stephan August and his VX did a hell of a job popping his cherry. This came out super dope and y’all should go FOLLOW HILARIO ON INSTAGRAM for daily bangs.
I don’t really think there’s ever been a less than stellar Gary Young video part but this one is pretty wild. Speed, precision and creativity all rolled into one. That switch curved wall to overgrind near the end doesn’t even look possible.
Odyssey gives you everything you need to fix your bike in one pocket sized combo tool, might have to pick one of these up!
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Cinema just dropped this lookbook featuring all of their new apparel for Spring/Summer 2017. Everything looks great and as a bonus there’s a few riding photos of Corey Martinez and Nathan Willaims in there too.