Brian Schaefer and Lee Dupont keep the ship on course in part two of the TWS Awards: Ray Barbee and Evan Smith present Best Team, Theotis Beasley and Jason Hernandez present Best Video, Marc Johnson and Chris Roberts present Best Video Part and Christian Hosoi introduced the TWS Legend Award.
Stay tuned to the TWS site as they’ll be dropping the Skateistan and Jay Adams Legend videos next month when their Awards issue hits newsstands!
The Scion x Riley Hawk “Driven” video series follows Riley Hawk and the Shep Dawgs crew as they take a pair of Scion xBs on a skateboarding tour of the Pacific Northwest. Things jump off at the Willamalane skatepark in Eugene, Oregon, where Hawk rips it up with Taylor Kirby, Jacob Nuñez, Taylor Smith and Troy Rhoades.
Jeremy Leabres’“Re-Education” part was a face-melter, and Thrasher dives into it all over again. Raw. No music, no slo-mo, just wheels on the concrete. Enjoy!
Jon Cosentino has won the first stop of TheBoardr Am series that took place at Stoner Park this weekend. Jon gets the red carpet treatment to the Finals at X Games Austin in June. TheBoardr Am moves travels to Houston on February 14. For full results and pics click here.
1. Jon Cosentino 95.43
2. Sebo Walker 88.34
3. Dashawn Jordan 86.12
4. Brodie Penrod 83.19
5. Nate Greenwood 81.78
6. Paul Hart 77.44
If anyone is going to teach you nollie backside 180s, it’s gotta be the guy that did one down Wallenberg. Get the ins and outs from Zack Wallin in this new “How To” presented by Santa Cruz.
Norse gnar with Nike Skateboarding & Fluff Magazine on an epic exploration of Scandinavia’s best skate spots. Featuring: Bobby Worrest, Karsten Kleppan, Simo Makela, Hjalte Halberg, Jarne Verbruggen, Michael Mackrodt, Olli Illmonen and Koffe Halgren.