Spitfire’s “Keep The Fire Burning” Video
Together with Thunder Trucks we created Who Knows Best? A nationwide ledge skating contest. Eight key skateshops in Holland host a local ledge contest in their city. Participants join by sharing their best tricks on Instagram with the right tags. The winners of each local contest skate together in the final sesh to find out who and which city knows best!
Check out the participating shops and cities on Instagram for more info:
1. #AmsterdamKnows – @Ben.g.skateshop
2. #BredaKnows – @Bonkskatestore
3. #DenHaagKnows – @SkatestoreDenHaag
4. #DordrechtKnows – @Fierskateshop
5. #EindhovenKnows – @100procentskateshop
6. #LeeuwardenKnows – @Errol_skateshop
7. #UtrechtKnows – @SkatestoreUtrecht
8. #RotterdamKnows – @SkatestoreRotterdam
Guy Mariano for Thunder Trucks!
Wood, metal and urethane set to a backyard concertò in G-minor. Fasten your chinstrap cause this vid goes 28MPH!
Connecting Mike Anderson’s hometown of Ventura and the hills of San Francisco by way of the 99—skateboarding for no other reason than to just skateboard with friends—Mike Anderson, Matt Gottwig, Simon Jensen and Eddie Cernicky explore Central CA.
Spitfire bringing the heat again with a new clip full of (Euro) rippers, (Euro) disco, (Euro) spots. Get hyped!
Four minutes from Real’s newest AM, with guest tricks from Ishod, K-Walks and the crew. Tanner rules. Push play and see for yourself.
A new ‘Out of Sight’ segment from Real Skateboards!
We didn’t set out to make a full length documentary about a DIY skatepark. It started as a ‘how to build a quarter pipe video’ with our friend Josh Matlock. The cops busted them at the first build… After that we just kept the cameras rolling, not knowing where or how the story would end. From pouring concrete to city hall meetings, this is the story of how a renegade crew of DIY builders made their own skatepark happen, from the ground up.
By Jeremy McNamara
Skateboard Distribution Company