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Adil Dyani’s 30 Foot Bomb Drop

YouTube Preview Image Back in September of 2013, veteran vert skater Adil Dyani set out to break and establish a new world record bomb drop on his skateboard. Check the footage (just released) to see the results.

“Let Us Roam”: Ray Barbee

“Let Us Roam” is an ongoing short film series that shows stories about photographers, artists, filmmakers and musicians inside of the skateboarding culture. Ray Barbee, Arto Saari, Greg Hunt and Atiba Jefferson are all featured with their own film. In this short clip, Ray talks about his beginnings in skateboarding, his musical career and how he documents his life with his Leica M6.

Check out an interview with Ray over at the Leica blog by clicking here.

Matt Berger Knows

YouTube Preview ImageMatt Berger comes through with a gnarly new “Knows” clip on the new Thunder 149 II. Have a look, read through his interview and get in the mix for a chance to win a set of the #NewThunder149 II’s.

Skateboarding to 2016 Olympics in Rio

YouTube Preview ImageToday the Boardr has announced its partnership with the IOC to bring skateboarding competitions to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Indeed, it’s one small push for The Boardr Skateboarding Company’s portfolio and one giant ollie for skateboarding. Check the breaking news interview with Mr. Ryan Clements and read the full press release right here.

Creature Vert Search Seattle

YouTube Preview Image Vertical enthusiasts Darren Navarrette, Al Partanen, Sam Hitz, Peter Hewitt, Scizzors, Cory Juneau, Willis Kimbel, Chris Russell, Josh Borden, and Jimmy Wilkins pad up and get busy in this bone chilling episode of Vert Search. Featuring fiends and friends of Creature skateboards.

Bones Bearings: Tampa 2014

YouTube Preview Image Bones Bearings has compiled some footage of their team riders from Tampa Pro 2014 featuring, Brian Anderson, Zered Bassett, Vincent Alvarez, Silas Baxter-Neal, Stefan Janoski, Ben Raybourn, Louie Lopez, Curren Caples, Chris Cole, Trevor Colden, Mark Suciu, Evan Smith and Ishod Wair.