Black Label 25 Years: Adams & Childress In “Blackout”

YouTube Preview Image Black Label continues to celebrate their 25th year by re-releasing some of their favorite parts from past videos. This week they are featuring Jason Adams and Chet Childress’s part from their second full length video “Blackout” released in 2003.

Weekend Buzz: Chris Cole, Ryan Bobier & Chad Foreman

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This week, Rob and Erica sit down with Chris Cole, Ryan Bobier & Chad Foreman to discuss topics ranging from Street League to Ahi tuna allergies for Ride Channel’s Weekend Buzz.

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Video Check Out: Matt Berger


Flip amateur ripper Matt Berger is the focus of this edition of ‘Video Check Out’ from Transworld.

Adventures with Chris: Johnny Layton

YouTube Preview Image Johnny Layton reflects on his debut part in Toy Machine’s ‘Good and Evil’ for the most recent installment of ‘Adventures with Chris’.

Brad McClain Wins Battle at Hastings IV


Vancouver, BC is still buzzing about the epic event known as Battle at Hastings IV last Saturday. It took place at the city’s Hastings skatepark under perfect skies with a large crowd in attendance and Renee Renee returned to emcee for the first time since the bowl jam at Slam 05.

Hometown heroes Rick McCrank and Rob “Sluggo” Boyce got in the mix of the competition as well.

Final Results
1. Brad McClain (81.75) $6000
2. Cody Lockwood (73.95) $3000
3. James Clarke (72.1) $1500
4. Adam Hopkins (67.85) $1000
5. Steve Reeves (67.5) $600
6. Rob “Sluggo” Boyce (64.85) $300
7. Sky Siljeg (57.8) $250
8. Frank Shaw (57.5) $250
9. Riley Boland (57.1)
10. Rick McCrank (39.2)

An additional $2000 provided by (Supra Distribution and Ultimate Distribution) was set aside for Best Trick battles on two different obstacles. A private company (BC MEA) donated $1000 in honor of Josh Evin for a winner-take-all best trick over the volcano hip that Josh used to rip like no other. That obstacle was won by Charlie Blair.

Save Southbank Interview With Henry Edwards Wood

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This week, the Vans Skate Team was in London for a demo at the iconic Southbank which is facing demolition. Long Live Southbank’s Henry Edwards-Wood discusses the history of the skate spot and how the skaters of London are trying to preserve it.