Two painstaking years of blood, sweat, and tears in the streets, this is David Reyes, as presented by Etnies. Incredible handrail control, solid style, and overall gnarly skating—enjoy the ride.
What you are about to watch may be the last full-length Tim and Eric part for Roger Skateboards… not because they are cashing in on some big corpo sponsorships and getting fat (well, maybe getting fat), but because dorking around on your skateboard is hard work. You think it's hard finding that perfect handrail? Well think about how hard it is to find a spot that isn't really a spot and then think of a way to wiggle around it and make your board do something and then land on it with some part of your body. These dudes have spoiled filming skateboarding for me, the standard stuff is just so boring. It's cool that little Jimmy grinded a triple kinked rail into the roll in of the megaramp, but I'd rather laugh and watch them try and throw their board into a crack for an hour. They're on a mission to have fun and get weird, and they always nail it. When we first got together to film for a local video I would have laughed in your face if you told me a buttload of teenagers would be watching them skateboarding on the internet and they'd have a board with their name on it. It's awesome what having fun will get you. —Nate Joski, filmer/editor of Tim & Eric's Cool Secrets
Frank Gerwer is a modern day poet. He's opinionated, expressive, and ever so eloquent. Reda had the idea of presenting him with a random topic and having him speak his mind. Pretty simple. Pretty awesome. Ladies and gentleman, we are proud to present you with the 14th episode of "May I Be Frank". Enjoy.
There's a mindset today, especially in America, whereupon doing things the easy way is doing things the best way. Everyone who's left skin on the concrete or blood on the stairs, or limped to the car after trying a trick for two hours, knows this to be untrue. There is no easy way when filming in the streets, even to the most talented skateboarders we have. Whether it be security, the cops, the run-up, the neighbors, the concrete, the traffic, the pedestrians, your set-up, the rain, sleet or snow, or the fact that you just can't fucking do it, there is always, always, always a process to getting what it is you want so badly. David Reyes tells us about the process for getting the backside noseblunt ender for his Etnies part, just 12 hours before it premiered on The Berrics. Enjoy. -- sb
They say that proximity to power is power. And it comes to follow that the most coveted offices in Washington are those in the West Wing of the White House. The same could be said about The Berrics. When we're not skating Berrics HQ, we're a few miles west at Explore The Berrics, Westchester—our very own version of the West Wing. The same level of skating, the same crews, the same power. Just a different location. Here we have Tampa Am 2013 winner, Jack Olson. Congrats on the win!
SLAVE'S JON GOEMANN IS READY FOR WAR
War Pig Shapes Now In Two Sizes
Slave has released new shapes and two new sizes of their "War Pig" model. In this new video, Jon Goemann and his buddies take them out for a spin and show you that there's more than one way to skin a pig.
ZOO YORK UNVEILS KING OF NEW YORK
Building Empire State
Like a bodega for your eyeballs, Zoo York's King Of New York has got a little bit of everything (and a bunch of stuff you didn't even know you wanted). RB Umali puts this video together with his intense mixtape style and loving respect for the city that Zoo York has called home for the past 20 years.
POWELL-PERALTA GIVES BRENDAN VILLANUEVA EXTENDED CUT TREATMENT
But, Wait... There's More
When Powell Peralta released Brendan Villanueva's mind-blowing part last week, it was a culmination of months of hardcore filming and hard-earned bangers. But, surprisingly, there was even MORE incredible footage of Brendan to chop up, so Powell Peralta have released the Pakalolo edit.
Just as the best skaters in America hang out and skate at The Berrics, you'll find Europe's best at the DC Embassy in Barcelona. Max Genin of Grenoble, France and Jorge Simões of Porto, Portugal are two regular Embassy rippers. While you may or may not know who they are by now, this euro Double Bangin' right here should prove that they can hold their own out in the good ol' U. S. of A. Never judge a skater by his accent.
Trickipedia is not a Trick Tips section, but that doesn't mean you're not going to learn. Trickipedia is the general education page for skateboarding tricks started by the Berrics so that future generations understand the difference between frontside and backside and that there is no such thing as switch nollie half cabs. Each week one of Skateboarding's best will help fill Trickipedia's pages until it is the most comprehensive reference work on the planet. This week Brandon Biebel revisits switch varial heelflips — this time in HD. Check out the original version handled by Richard Angelides back on June 22, 2010. If you have any suggestions of who you would like to see do certain tricks in the future feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.