Introducing our new Weekly Wrap-Up for Oct 10 – Oct 16, ’15. The sloth-levels are high and the shred-levels are even higherer. That being said—and also knowing that “higherer”—is not a real word) check out this week’s new news:
First off, we’d like to mention this video sent to us from Max Wippermann featuring the final heat through the chicane at Soldiers of Downhill, 2015 and clocking in at 58mph.
Speaking of high speeds, the Utah boy are claiming “Speeds over 70mph” in this quick go pro mashup.
Skate Invaders X Comet Skateboards dropped this skate everything video of Tim Smith. Def worth a peep to all neo-true-shool rippers.
The Orangatang dudes released this video last week featuring Jon Sevik and Alex McKenzie traveling the beaten path through the dense woodlands of the North East in search of the long forgotten structures that litter the states of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. Definitely a fun video reminding all of us skaters of seeking out weird terrain, and then rip it, heavily.
Independent Trucks‘ rider Cody Chapman has a solid bag of tricks, and consistent on all levels of rad. Watch this shit, get stoked, and hit the skatepark with the crew.
PRGLNG Media just released this fun raw-run style video featuring dudes mobbing a DH event in the hills of Rejvíz, Czech Republic.
Also, After the Rumble in Ramona the remaining Gullwing boys reassembled for a backyard vert session. This raw session vid features Adam “Scissors” Effertz, Ben Johnson, Alan Young, Pedro Delfino, and Mike Conroy with guest appearance by Chris Russell. This puppy will make ya wanna pad-up and get vertical.
Video of the week: Santa Gnarbara Downhill, 2015 “Skate the States” Edition
By Muir Skate
Instagram pic of the week:
@williamroyce “I thought I was going to ride off this cliff but then I turned right and pointed.”
In Wheelbase Magazine specific news: We have just released our brand spankin’ new Wheelbase Magazine Print Edition: Issue Four and it is pretty rad with a delectable cover shot of our friend Billy “Bones” Meiners and filled to the hilt/brim/top/all-dat with totally shred-ready content from across the entire word. Click here to support a 100% skater owned and operated magazine. Thank ye!
As mentioned last week, our Keep On Tuckin, 2015 Full-Length VIDEO is live exclusively right here:
Make sure to also grab you copy of our past copies—get the whole set while they last: Wheelbase Magazine Print Edition: Issue Three and Issue Two and Issue One Thank you in advance for all the support!
Have a great weekend, y’all! SHREDLOVE!