After releasing a couple parts from “Deep Dish 2”, Jon Schmoldt and Mark Dunning’s entire Chicago video is now available online where you can catch the skating of Matt Nordness, Tyler Warren, Brett Weinstein, Steffen Watts and more.
Toronto skate shop Blue Tile Lounge has released a new clip which features BTL team riders Nolan Waller, Pat O’rourke, Morgan Smith, Joe Yates, Nugget Moore and Bobby DeKeyzer.
If You’re in the Tampa area later this week, try to link up with the SPoT crew for their “SPoT Skate Cruise.” The event starts at The Bricks in Ybor with a PBR kick off and then the party makes its way around Tampa, hitting a few favorite spots, getting some food and seeing who can make it the whole night. Here’s a quick edit they did from 2014’s insanity. Full details for 2015 are right here.
On August 15th, skaters and friends met up at Northampton Skatepark in Massachusetts for the second “Roll For Rob” event in support of Rob Pontes who was recently diagnosed with ALS. Real Skateboards has released a 2nd Edition Actions REALized deck to coincide with the event and has also produced this recap video featuring Justin Brock, Jake Ruiz, Willy Lara, Brandon Westgate, Justin Figueroa, Levi Brown, and more.
Damn Am Select Series contests are always the best, but doing one smack in the middle of the world’s best skate camp made the Woodward PA Damn Am even better. This was the fifth of seven stops for the year and the level of ripping was off the chain, but when it comes to SPoT contest it’s all about the level of stoke, and that was absolutely all time. Go to SPoTTampa.com for more and follow @SPoTTampa.
1. Josh Douglas
2. Alex Midler
3. Liam McCabe
Independent Best Trick
1. Andrew Grabowski (Switch FS Flip 5-0)
2. Liam Mccabe (360 Double Flip Lipslide)
3. Jamie Foy (Kickflip FS Crooked Grind)
“Lost In Transition” is the untold story of backyard ramps and pools in the south, and the role they played keeping skatingboarding alive at a time when its fate was uncertain. These ramps and backyard scenes represent the beginning of the DIY revolution that gave skateboarding the freedom it needed to survive.
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