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  • 46: SLIP N' SLIDE - Top 50 Countdown

    Being around Chris "Mango" Milic is pure joy, and this edit we put together featuring him, Stevie Perez, Jake Anderson, and Johan "Don't Mess With the Johan" Stuckey, puts a smile on our faces every time. Collecting odd pieces of skateable flotsam and jetsam is Mango's M.O. Just watch any of his Frog clips and you'll see that if it isn't nailed down, Mango will bring it to the spot. 

    46: SLIP N' SLIDE - Top 50 Countdown

    Being around Chris "Mango" Milic is pure joy, and this edit we put together featuring him, Stevie Perez, Jake Anderson, and Johan "Don't Mess With the Johan" Stuckey, puts a smile on our faces every time. Collecting odd pieces of skateable flotsam and jetsam is Mango's M.O. Just watch any of his Frog clips and you'll see that if it isn't nailed down, Mango will bring it to the spot. 

  • 47: THE MCCLUNG BROTHERS - Top 50 Countdown

    Back when these brothers were just beginning to get a lot of attention, we were lucky enough to capture some of their raddest family-style clips. Filming doubles is hard enough. But triples? As it turns out, the trio have this kind of stuff down to a science. They're so close, they even finish each other's… kickflips.

    47: THE MCCLUNG BROTHERS - Top 50 Countdown

    Back when these brothers were just beginning to get a lot of attention, we were lucky enough to capture some of their raddest family-style clips. Filming doubles is hard enough. But triples? As it turns out, the trio have this kind of stuff down to a science. They're so close, they even finish each other's… kickflips.

  • 48: BILLY'S BALLS AT THE BERRICS - Top 50 Countdown

    It takes a special individual to appraise his surroundings the way Billy Marks does. Who else but one of the world's most progressive rail skaters could size up every angle in The Berrics and calculate how to bounce a basketball juuuuust right and get nothing but net? Billy manages to hit the mark every time.

    48: BILLY'S BALLS AT THE BERRICS - Top 50 Countdown

    It takes a special individual to appraise his surroundings the way Billy Marks does. Who else but one of the world's most progressive rail skaters could size up every angle in The Berrics and calculate how to bounce a basketball juuuuust right and get nothing but net? Billy manages to hit the mark every time.

  • 49: A BEAUTIFUL MIND, RODNEY MULLEN - Top 50 Countdown

    Ask skateboarding's leading innovator a few questions and you're bound to get an earful. Rodney Mullen has captivated TED Talk audiences with his brand of personal lecturing; now it was his turn to edjumicate us. Watch and learn.

    49: A BEAUTIFUL MIND, RODNEY MULLEN - Top 50 Countdown

    Ask skateboarding's leading innovator a few questions and you're bound to get an earful. Rodney Mullen has captivated TED Talk audiences with his brand of personal lecturing; now it was his turn to edjumicate us. Watch and learn.

  • 50: THE GREATEST THING EVER - Top 50 Countdown

    Coming in at #50 is a classic example of how, at any given moment, something magical could be going down at The Berrics. In this case, Chase just had to let his camera run while a few of the best skaters in the world had a marathon sesh.

    50: THE GREATEST THING EVER - Top 50 Countdown

    Coming in at #50 is a classic example of how, at any given moment, something magical could be going down at The Berrics. In this case, Chase just had to let his camera run while a few of the best skaters in the world had a marathon sesh.

  • TOP 50 VIDEO COUNTDOWN - Starts Tomorrow

    What’s hard for me to communicate when the camera is in my face can sometimes be much easier to do with the keyboard at my fingertips. It has been ten years since The Berrics first went online. When we began, Eric had no kids and I had just one. We both now have two. MySpace was still the number one social media platform and you could probably watch every video on YouTube in a day or two. And for those of you who don’t know, or for those of you who have forgotten, before we started there was really only one way of doing things in skateboard media. Magazines ruled and full-length videos were something people bought on DVD inside skate shops. However, the times were changing and we could feel it, so before someone like ESPN beat the industry to the punch, we turned this small warehouse we had on the outskirts of downtown Los Angeles into something more than just a private skatepark for Eric and I. We planted a seed and from there something really amazing grew. So many people have come through our doors and for that we are eternally grateful as the Berrics would not be anything without them.  Friends and foes. You can’t grow without collecting a few of each along the way. We’ve lost people; gained some more. Laughed a lot; cried a few times. Argued with some; got along with most. Made some mistakes; but never out of malice. Stayed up all night and slept all day in the pursuit of making something for you that we hope you enjoy and despite changes from our humble beginnings. In the eight thousand videos we’ve produced, we’ve always tried to keep the message the same: Skateboarding is fun.

    So, we’ve compiled the 50 best videos we think we’ve made over the last ten years and are going to start posting them tomorrow. I hope you enjoy watching them as much as we’ve enjoyed making them for you. Skateboarding has made our dreams come true and we can only hope we can do the same for you. Thank you so much for the last 10 years. It has been the ride of our lives. - sb

    TOP 50 VIDEO COUNTDOWN - Starts Tomorrow

    What’s hard for me to communicate when the camera is in my face can sometimes be much easier to do with the keyboard at my fingertips. It has been ten years since The Berrics first went online. When we began, Eric had no kids and I had just one. We both now have two. MySpace was still the number one social media platform and you could probably watch every video on YouTube in a day or two. And for those of you who don’t know, or for those of you who have forgotten, before we started there was really only one way of doing things in skateboard media. Magazines ruled and full-length videos were something people bought on DVD inside skate shops. However, the times were changing and we could feel it, so before someone like ESPN beat the industry to the punch, we turned this small warehouse we had on the outskirts of downtown Los Angeles into something more than just a private skatepark for Eric and I. We planted a seed and from there something really amazing grew. So many people have come through our doors and for that we are eternally grateful as the Berrics would not be anything without them.  Friends and foes. You can’t grow without collecting a few of each along the way. We’ve lost people; gained some more. Laughed a lot; cried a few times. Argued with some; got along with most. Made some mistakes; but never out of malice. Stayed up all night and slept all day in the pursuit of making something for you that we hope you enjoy and despite changes from our humble beginnings. In the eight thousand videos we’ve produced, we’ve always tried to keep the message the same: Skateboarding is fun.

    So, we’ve compiled the 50 best videos we think we’ve made over the last ten years and are going to start posting them tomorrow. I hope you enjoy watching them as much as we’ve enjoyed making them for you. Skateboarding has made our dreams come true and we can only hope we can do the same for you. Thank you so much for the last 10 years. It has been the ride of our lives. - sb

  • "10" RAW -

    The 10 obstacle was like a skateable Jenga (props to the puzzlemasters over at Keen Ramps). Here's a closer look at how the skaters put these pieces together. 

    The 10 obstacle was like a skateable Jenga (props to the puzzlemasters over at Keen Ramps). Here's a closer look at how the skaters put these pieces together. 

  • PROCESS - Keen Ramps "10" Obstacle

    For our tenth anniversary, we presented Keen Ramps with a challenge: develop a crazy-ass modular skate obstacle created entirely around the number 10. You could say… they nailed it. Keen Ramps's creation really gave us wood, and here's how they did it.

    PROCESS - Keen Ramps

    For our tenth anniversary, we presented Keen Ramps with a challenge: develop a crazy-ass modular skate obstacle created entirely around the number 10. You could say… they nailed it. Keen Ramps's creation really gave us wood, and here's how they did it.

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