This isn’t your run of the mill edit from Jake, but we still like it! Kick back, relax, and enjoy as jake shows you a glimpse of what the Rumor boys have been up to! Or at least whatever Jake had on his phone at the time.
A quick history lesson on the progression of handrail skateboarding from 1989-2016! Its like spark notes, but better! Anyways, just watch and learn as the best do what they do!
Three parts in a month? Yes, it is true. Sit back and take in four more minutes of the Baker Am Tristan Funkhouser destroying the streets in his”Substance ‘Second Part’ ” that dropped today! Click below to take in the madness
You thought Tristan’s part in the new Transworld video “Substance” was good? You’re in for a surprise! Here is another part from the Baker Am that dropped today over at the Skateboard Magazine. This guy is for real! Click the link and watch him get Funky!
Spoiler alert: Edmonton local and Step Child rider Layne Treeter kills it all across North America in this one! Creative lines, big rails, techy hammers; its all awesome! Don’t miss out, this part is lit af!
The SRD crew rolled threw taking a chunk out of the Snow Valley park this week. Even Eric Martin got in on the fun!
Johnny Cash and skateboarding; it doesn’t get much better! Here is a quick edit of some of the Rumor boys at Sylvan Lake indoor skate park. Featuring Zach Hoffman, Austin Zuzak, Nate Truss, and Dustin Therrien! Check it!
In skateboarding, there are no rules, and even if there was I don’t think Jordan Taylor would’ve followed them anyways. This part contains a wide array of footage on unique obstacles changing our perspective of how to skate a spot. Check it!
While you thought skate season was over, Zach Hoffman was putting it down at Collingwood Plaza in the fall as part of Great Whyte North Distributions series “My Local Park”. Take a peak into what you might see in a day of skating with Zach.
Here we see a rare glimpse of the Canadian skateboarder in its natural winter habitat. It appears as if this goblin-like creature has come out of hibernation to briefly destroy one of Edmonton’s only indoor skate parks. Don’t let him fool you, if contacted before noon without his glasses, this creature can be very dangerous. Be sure to proceed with caution, once pressing play there is no going back.