The rumors have been swirling around for months, but recently Tech Crunch has posted a confirmed report which digs into the news that Hypebeast has taken on a majority stake in ownership of The Berrics. Read on, take note, and skate on.
Keeping in the spirit of fun, in true Louie Barletta fashion, comes Louie’s “In Transition” part for The Berrics. Taking a less serious approach than the other skaters, Louie takes to his backyard mini ramp to put together some of the most creative and fun-to-watch mini ramp footage we’ve seen in a hot minute. Thanks Louie for being you!
“As soon as I found skateboarding…everything else just stopped.” In this first episode of a 5 Part series from The Berrics, Andrew Reynolds talks about how he got into skateboarding as a kid, the support he got from his parents, and growing up skating contests in Florida.
GoPro has teamed up with The Berrics for an online skate video contest titled Skateboarding is Fun which runs from today through October 31st. Each month from here on out, a finalist will be chosen and will receive $1,000. The best overall GoPro line shot and submitted will win $20,000. It’s time to get out there and shoot with those GoPro cameras and make your edited submissions count!
The Berrics has launched a new series called “PUSH” which goes back to the hometowns of today’s best skaters to learn out what drew them to skateboarding and tells the story of the people and experiences that got them to where they are today.
The first episode heads to Virgina Beach, VA with Trevor Colden and his friends. In the coming days, “PUSH” will feature stories from Ishod Wair, Leticia Bufoni, Luan Oliveira, Josh Matthews, Ben Raybourn, and Aaron Homoki. Look for a new episode Cody Cepeda this Thursday.