But for this latest “Off Beat”, they went to Hawaii with him and let their hair down a bit and things got a little more interesting. Check it out.
World renowned vert and bowlriding vet Rune Glifberg has been helping with the design on his homeland’s impressive Street Dome skateboarding facility for several years now. In this footage he breaks in the vast outdoor/indoor landscape of skateable concrete along with his Oakley teammates Sean Malto, Curren Caples, Arto Saari, Sam Beckett and Alex Sorgente.
For two days in October 2014 some of the best skateboarders from East and West were connected to share their passion on the top of the world at Finland’s Helsinki Airport. This first-ever skate session was directed and hosted by Arto Saari and includes his Flip Skateboards teammates Curren Caples and Louie Lopez along with Golden Tickets winners Matt Berger, Hiroyuki Matsuo, Kasperi Kropsu, Andreas Larsen and Gosha Konyshev.
Have a look at the amazing footage from a 48-hour period when these heavily skilled skaters got access to totally unique skate spots to test the limits of the gateway between East and West.
Ryan Sheckler put together a solid line of tricks including a backside tailslide to fakie on his third and final run in the Streetsyle event at the Toyota City Championships this afternoon in Portland. His efforts secured a threepeat Dew Tour Streetstyle win where he remains undefeated. Alec Majerus landed in second and Curren Caples took home third place on the podium. Roll the clip to watch Ryan’s run.
1. Ryan Sheckler
2. Alec Majerus
3. Curren Caples
4. Riley Hawk
5. Nick Merlino
The Dew Tour is taking over Portland, Oregon’s Broadway Street as Ryan Sheckler looks to nail down a three peat with his third consecutive win. Can the all terrain young gun Curren Caples, local hero David Gravette and or others claim the top spot on the podium?.