The 2018 SLS World Tour continues next Sunday, December 16 at Vans Off The Wall Skatepark in Huntington Beach for one last World Tour stop before the all new World Championship! Check it out here:
“Supreme premiered “BLESSED”, their second full-length skate video by William Strobeck. The film was a follow-up to 2014’s “Cherry.” Check out the trailer here:
Check out some of the best clips from the October 2018 Whatever Games. Who do you think is going to win?
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Whatever Skateboard team riders Zack & Drew Beilfuss skate clip highlights in a sweet little edit by the Monster Energy crew. These guys really rip! It must be in their DNA.
Check out these awesome skate clip highlights from all over the world. Some of these are pretty hilarious, some of these are pretty gnarly, enjoy!
Check out the our best Whatever Games clips from September 2018. Who do you think will be the winner this month?
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Take a look at the best Whatever Games clips from August 2018
This year King of the Road has not disappointed. Top notch shredding, gnarly bails, and crazy stunts all full force by some of todays top riders. With powerhouses Zion Wright, Evan Smith, Kyle Walker, Nyjah Huston, Mason Silva, Cole Wilson and more it is hard to foresee who will be crowned the next King of the Road. Tell us who your favorite riders are and your team pick for KOTR this year in the comment section below.
Here are the Finals Highlights from the Nitro World Games 2018: Alex Sorgente took 1st place at the Men’s Skate Park this weekend with 92 points. Ben Hatchell took 2nd (90 points) while Cory Juneau took 3rd (89 points)! For Women’s Skate Park, Lizzie Armanto took 1st place with 84.66 points, Kisa Nakamura took 2nd with 81.66 points, and Sakura Yosozumi took 3rd with 78.33 points! Finally, Moto Shibta took 1st place at Men’s Vert with 89 points. Elliot Sloan took 2nd with 87.66 points, and Jono Schwan took 3rd with 83 points! Here’s a short vid of the highlights from the Nitro World Games 2018: