Quartersnacks has remixed Jim Hodgson’s footage from “In Abesentia” video featuring Rodney Torres, Anthony Pappalardo, Bobby Puleo, German Nieves, Brian Wenning, Albie, Mike Wright and Andy Bautista.
There’s been a lot of footage of Kyle Frederick floating around this week in anticipation of his “12 o’clock Karl” part. He was featured in Thrasher’s “Magnified” and “Hall of Meat” clips earlier this week and also got the spotlight in “Kyle Frederick Knows” for Thunder.
Sit back an enjoy a few clips from this East Coast powerhouse.
It’s been a whirlwind five-month build up, taking in 16 stops across Europe and bringing together over 200 of best shop teams from across borders, with the best store team from each leg earning themselves a place in the Vans Shop Riot Series finals. While it’s gone quickly, it has been quite a journey and we’ve seen some epic showdowns during the course of the series. From revisiting some of the favorite parks and spots from previous years, such as Chelles’ Cosanostra skatepark (FR), to bringing a bit of culture to the scene as the Nordic leg set up right outside Helsinki’s Kiasma Modern Art Museum (FI), the cream of European skate shops assembled their finest teams and set out to shred their way across the continent.
One of the favorite stops of the series has been Aalst’s ‘Flesh & Bones’ skatepark, aptly named given the amount of skin it claimed during the Belgian leg of the Vans Shop Riot earlier in the year. Fittingly, this skate zone becomes the battleground for this weekend’s finals, and as such will bear witness to teams from Moscow to Manchester thrashing it out in what’s set to be an awesome end to 2014’s hotly contested series.
Beginning this Saturday, October, 11th, tune in to watch the battle for the title of Vans Shop Riot Top Shop Team, 2014. It will be live streamed right into your desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone or ridiculous Google glass for that matter.
Keep an eye on VansShopRiot.com for reviews of the final stops, news and exclusive insights behind the series, and Vans’ Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram for updates and live notifications.
Designed by skateboarders, the new touch-based game, Skater, is available for iPhone and iPod Touch today. The game includes iconic street spots like Hollywood High, Carlsbad Gap, and the best parks including The Berrics, Woodward and Stoner Plaza. Players can skate the newest products from skateboarder owned brands etnies, Lakai, éS, Emerica, Zero, Toy Machine, Foundation, Baker, Deathwish, Shake Junt, Bro Style, Pig Wheels, Spitfire, Thunder and Venture.
With Hollywood High featured in this mobile media game, Andrew Reynolds breaks down this world renowned spot. Have a look!
Julian Davidson put together some tasty clips for the release of his new pro OJ Wheel available now!