Ryan Sheckler and David Reyes decide to take Kane Sheckler on the road with them. The guys meet at Ryan’s indoor park to skate and watch Ryan’s other brother Shane get a bit loose on his motorcycle. Then they hit the road to Arizona where they skate and surf with Jet and Jagger Eaton at the same spot where Ryan filmed for Red Bull Perspective.
Stay tuned for more action with Ryan Sheckler and crew in Ep. 8 dropping Thursday, November 19.
Stop #2 of the 2015 Street League Tour takes place in Newark, New Jersey this afternoon. Tune in to watch all 25 SLS pros vie for the 8 cut towards the Super Crown Championship live tomorrow on Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports Go, and streetleague.com at 4:30pm ET.
This week’s Slay Sunday takes place at Street League’s Stop 1: Los Angeles and features Evan Smith, Chris Cole, Ryan Sheckler, Louie Lopez, Ryan Decenzo, Tom Asta, Torey Pudwill, Kelvin Hoefler, Nyjah Huston and Cody McEntire. Filmed by Arnaldo Rosario.
The sophomore year of X Games Austin is a wrap and the skateboarding events delivered many highlights despite the relentless early summer heat. Drop by The Boardr and CA Productions sites for more info along with photos and video clips from the past three days.
1. Nyjah Huston
2. Chaz Ortiz
3. Ryan Sheckler
1. Pierre Luc Gagnon
2. Paul Luc Ronchetti
3. Sam Beckett
1. Bob Burnquist
2. Elliot Sloan
3. Tom Schaar
1. Curren Caples
2. Pedro Barros
3. Ronnie Sandoval
Big Air Doubles
1. Bob Burnquist / Morgan Wade
2. Elliot Sloan / Steve McCann
3. Tom Schaar / Zack Warden
Womens Skate Street
1. Alexis Sablone
2. Pamela Rose
3. Vanessa Torres
Skate Street Ams
1. Tyson Bowerbank
2. Alex Midler
3. Dustin Blauvelt
The wonder kid Curren Caples claimed the top of the podium out in the Motor City over the weekend by nailing some solid runs accented by speed and style at Red Bull Hart Lines.
Conceptualized by Ryan Sheckler, Hart Lines is a newly developed street skateboarding competition featuring an all-new contest format featuring two lines with its own unique set of skateable elements. The course at Hart Plaza incorporated a mix of existing rails, ledges, and stairs with additional features built by CA Rampworks. Each skater had three runs on the course, one on each of the two designated “lines,” and a third on the line of their choice.
Curren’s gap to frontside nose grind put him in high numbers and the chase was on from there on out. $35k and a bitchin’ new American made car was all his for the taking when the event clock had reached its end. Congrats Curren!
1. Curren Caples 89.17 -1 88.17
2. Torey Pudwill 83.33 -7 76.33
3. Ryan Sheckler 79.17 -4 75.17
4. Chris Cole 77.67 -3 74.67
5. Evan Smith 78.33 -5 73.33
6. Alec Majerus 72.17 -6 66.17*
7. Ryan Decenzo 68.17 -2 66.17*
8. Youness Amrani 66.00 -8 58.00
*Tiebreaker was decided by best second run score
In addition to the payouts for the Top 8 competitors, Ryan Sheckler handed out $2,000 for the “Sheckler’s Got Hart” award to Leo Romero for the skater he deemed that showed the most heart throughout the competition. Romero won the award because despite taking a few nasty falls on qualifier day, he managed to complete every run without holding back on the difficulty of his tricks. Felipe Gustavo also received $2,000 for landing the best switch trick of the event as part of the “Make The Switch” award powered by Pennzoil. Gustavo landed a switch frontside flip over the 10-stair rail to earn the added money.
The boys at the Boardr ran a solid show in Detroit and have a recap for you with captioned photos and more.
Red Bull Hart Lines airs as part of the Red Bull Signature Series on NBC Saturday, August 1st at 4:30pm EST/1:30pm PST.
Last Saturday, more than two thousand supporters joined The Sheckler Foundation, its sponsors and skateboarders for Skate For A Cause at the etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest. The event raised enough money to fund eight more “Be the Change” grants to help kids in need and injured action sports athletes. The Sheckler Foundation’s latest “Be the Change” recipient, Carter was the guest of honor throughout the day, where he received a check for $10,000, recognition and gifts from former “Be the Change” recipients, The Ashley Wade Foundation and Peach’s Neet Feet. View the video above to witness the highlights of all the skateboarding that went down.
The event kicked off at 10:00 a.m. as people swarmed to sign in and participate in the event’s festivities. Before the skateboarding contests kicked-off, we were blessed to host a demo by WCMX (Wheel Chair Moto Cross) and Adaptive Action Sports athletes who put on an incredible show! Professional skateboarders ranging from Fabrizio Santos, Kevin Romar, Greg Lutzka, Manny Santiago, Ryan Decenzo, Matt Berger, Sean Sheffey, Eddie Elguera, Eddie Reatretegui and Tom Schaar joined the amateur skateboarders like Chris Joslin, David Reyes and Alex Midler among dozens of others to compete against and rally for each other.
The Sheckler Foundation would like to give a warm thank you to all of its supporters – from the skateboarders and sponsors and to all the individuals who came out and showed their support at the 6th Annual Skate for a Cause.