Most importantly, Sami is still right here, skating those same spots over three decades later. After all those years, his passion for skateboarding burns as hot as ever, even when it comes to burning the midnight oil on night sessions to push his limits for a new video part. With that said, Nike SB is proud to present this part.
What Youth recently went to New York and had breakfast with Bobby Worrest. Between coffee and eggs, they talked to him about being one of the first guys on Krooked, NYC vs. West Coast skateboarding and about growing up in Washington D.C. at Pulaski Park and getting hassled by the cops regularly.
ZOO YORK proudly presents, “Under The Hudson”, starring Ron Deily.
Almost everyday, Ron takes the New Jersey Path train under the Hudson River into New York City. This video showcases what he does when he gets there.
The “Under The Hudson” limited edition board and tee are available now in skate shops worldwide.
Stevensville, Montana’s forthcoming skatepark project is soon to move forward with construction by Evergreen Skateparks. However, as the groundbreaking begins in the coming weeks, the committee and its crew still need $70k to reach their goal. Drop by the Stevensville Skatepark Go Fund Me page to contribute.
For every dollar of donations they receive towards the sum of $5k, the Tony Hawk Foundation will match two dollars to each dollar. Make your contribution count!
Out in Montreal, the Empire Games “Wall Of Death” was truly a wild one! The concept was simple, whoever went the highest would be taking home the cash. It was Phil Dulude who was able to ride up the 8-foot transition and clear the 15ft marker and take home the victory along with $1000 cash, Justin Healey earned himself $300 coming in 2nd by clearing 14 ½ ft; Sam Lind & Cody Cormier tying for 3rd both making it over 14 ft, $100 each.