Brazilian ripper Pedro Barros tore into the bowls, hips and spine of Hastings Skatepark with raw determination in his first-ever visit. His Canada victory marks his second event win on the 2017 Vans Park Series Men’s Pro Tour.
“Fortunately, I was able to come to Canada this year,” said Canada event winner Pedro Barros. “This place, everybody, the energy, these guys are true skaters. Thank you, we are all united together!”
1. Pedro barros
2. Karl Berglind
3. Tom Schaar
4. Ivan Federico
5. Cory Juneau
6. Robin Bolian
7. Trey Wood
8. Alex Sorgente
Drop by the Vans Park Series website to see the archived webcast, action photos and VPS Tour standings. Visit The Boardr website for complete results.
Andrew Reynolds discusses growing up in Florida, his first sponsor G&S, riding for Birdhouse, how much he got paid for being in Tony Hawks Pro Skater, running Baker Skateboards, frontside flips, winning Maloof Money Cup, madness, how he got on RVCA, winning Thrasher’s Skater of The Year, Baker 4 video project and much more.
In this special bonus episode of BS with TG, Ed Templeton walks us through his house for a quick peek his extensive collection of books, skateboards, art and photo archives.
Spitfire recently dropped their summer 2017 online catalog, check it out here.
Yonnie Cruz was just announced as Chocolate Skateboards newest pro a few days back at the SF premiere of Lakai’s The Flare video. Congrats, Yonnie!
Before cell phones, the internet and skate videos, magazines reigned supreme. In this episode Grosso examines the birth of skateboarding in old skate mags from the 1970’s with some of the pioneers who were there, including Steve Olson, Chris Strople, Bill Sharp, John Lucero and Lee Ralph.