Some friends of friends were visiting from NorCal and on the 6th day of their vacation/rager/skateboarding trip (hungover and all), we got into another late start, linked up at the BQE for a warm-up session and ended up at the Nike SB Pop-Up Skatepark. Skateboarding stunts by Matt Tuite, Young KMART, Fernando Tapia, Charlie Boden and Christian Kerr.
It was another beautiful Saturday afternoon in New York City. We got a semi-late start, rounded up the troops and took a trip to Downtown Brooklyn and zigzagged our way to several new (and old) spots along the way. Skateboarding wizardry by Danny Dorsa, Andy Kormos, George Chen, Nelson Shin and Ricky Ricardo.
We opted-out on skating our regular spots over the weekend and decided to take an unusual trip towards Uptown near the Lincoln Center to explore. Little did we know we were going to run into an angry citizen overly concerned about us doing wallrides. "Let's fuck it up and call it art."
Santa Barbara native JJ Rice aka "J-Double" takes a quick pit stop from his cross country trip towards The Rotten Apple and catches some clips for your viewing pleasure this week. All filmed throughout the Financial District of Manhattan in under 6 hours.
KR3W debuts their second installment of the "CASE // STUDY" series with Skate All Cities crew member Tony Karr. CASE // STUDY is an examination of the individual styles of KR3W skateboarding ambassadors. Each is filmed and edited without brand interference and provides a glimpse into the subject of study.
Skate All Cities' crew member George Chen takes some time off his busy schedule to interview TWS's Associate Editor Mackenzie Eisenhour for Skateboard Story. Find out more about the history behind the Instagram hashtag #SkateNerdStarMaps and his 15 year old history of skateboard journalism by clicking HERE.
The 3 Musketeers slapped on some cruiser wheelers, picked a random spot on the NYC map and headed deep down into Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn hoping to explore and discover some new skatespots over the weekend. Needless to say, there's nothing to skate around that way and somehow we ended up at Coney Island.
The boys of summer met up at LABOR Skateshop and skated towards the city of Manhattan while ducking and weaving through traffic, as well as pedestrians, in this latest GoPro Vlog Series webisode. Featuring the hi-jinx antics of Kevin Martinez, Alex Bellerud, Cody Gomes, Andy Kormos, George Chen and RICKS.
We were able to catch some quick clips at the LES Skatepark with New Breed's Rob Campbell and smooth operator Derek Holmes before participating in the 4th of July festivities over the weekend. What better way to celebrate than to mix in a little bit of skateboarding during the day, along with some illegal fireworks at night? Good ol' AMERICUH.