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  • TRICKIPEDIA - Switch 360 Flip

    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. Making it the most comprehensive trick reference work on the planet. This week Will Fyock tackles the Switch 360 Flip. 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 trickipedia@theberrics.com.

    TRICKIPEDIA - Switch 360 Flip

    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. Making it the most comprehensive trick reference work on the planet. This week Will Fyock tackles the Switch 360 Flip. 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 trickipedia@theberrics.com.

  • BANGIN! - Blake Johnson

    Get an eyeful of our latest Bangin, featuring the man who puts the "nice" in Venice, the hardest working man in showbiz, Mr. Dynamite himself: Blake "Blakeular" Johnson!

    BANGIN! - Blake Johnson

    Get an eyeful of our latest Bangin, featuring the man who puts the "nice" in Venice, the hardest working man in showbiz, Mr. Dynamite himself: Blake "Blakeular" Johnson!


  • Diamond footwear has built a solid program since launching in January last year. Boo Johnson is an integral part of the team. "Meet The Miners" follows Boo back to his hometown of Tehachapi, CA in order to give some perspective on his journey from being a normal kid to getting sponsored and turning pro. It’s been an incredible experience for Boo that has amazed his friends, family, and everyone who witnessed it firsthand. 


  • Every year the Elemental Awareness crew crams their van full of dudes, a bunch of skateboards, a dog, and they all hit the road for a week in the Sonoran Desert at the Wintercount primitive skills gathering. At Wintercount, the crew learn valuable skills to teach the kids at Element Skate Camp. Evan Smith, Dave Mull, and Man Ramp were among the rippers that came out for the epic journey this year.


  • The Skateboard Mag's "Interview Issue" is out now with Silvas, Leo, Malto, Curren, Durao, Biebel, Carpenter, Allen, and many more!


  • Dashawn Jordan, someone who's been on our RADAR for a long time, placed 5th at PHXAM last weekend with an amazing run. Here's the commercial that Bones Bearings whipped up for the live event (filmed by Tim Cisilino and edited by Vernon Laird).

  • RODRIGO’S FIRST DAY IN LA - With Colin Kennedy, 1999

    I recently spent a few days filming with Rodrigo TX in the streets of LA and it reminded me of the first time I met him way back in September of 1999. At the time this footage was shot I was working for 411VM and Bob Burnquist had called me up to see if I could film with one of his new Firm team riders, an unknown fifteen-year-old kid from Brazil named Rodrigo Teixeira. Bob is the kind of guy who knows a great skater when he sees one so of course I said yes, and that afternoon I met up with Bob and Rodrigo in downtown LA.

    When we met up, Bob had to act as an interpreter for Rodrigo because he didn't speak any english. We skated around DTLA for an hour or so before the afternoon was cut short by an unfortunate rolled ankle. In that brief session, I caught a glimpse of the legendary skater Rodrigo would eventually become. It's crazy to think that this footage is from his very first day skating in Los Angeles, if not his first day skating in the U.S. —Colin Kennedy

    RODRIGO’S FIRST DAY IN LA - With Colin Kennedy, 1999

    I recently spent a few days filming with Rodrigo TX in the streets of LA and it reminded me of the first time I met him way back in September of 1999. At the time this footage was shot I was working for 411VM and Bob Burnquist had called me up to see if I could film with one of his new Firm team riders, an unknown fifteen-year-old kid from Brazil named Rodrigo Teixeira. Bob is the kind of guy who knows a great skater when he sees one so of course I said yes, and that afternoon I met up with Bob and Rodrigo in downtown LA.

    When we met up, Bob had to act as an interpreter for Rodrigo because he didn't speak any english. We skated around DTLA for an hour or so before the afternoon was cut short by an unfortunate rolled ankle. In that brief session, I caught a glimpse of the legendary skater Rodrigo would eventually become. It's crazy to think that this footage is from his very first day skating in Los Angeles, if not his first day skating in the U.S. —Colin Kennedy

  • yoonivision batb x week 1

    Can you believe we've reached a decade of BATB?!  We have seen some amazing battles between the best skateboarders in the world for many years now.  To celebrate, we're coming in on the decade with the best of the best.  These are the guys who have had the most epic battles throughout the years.  Some champions, some not, regardless - they're all trying to make it to finals night to truly be the best of the best hoisting up that Haroshi trophy at the end of the night.  Strap on your seatbelt, 'cause it's gonna be a bumpy ride.

     

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