This week is a mixed bag of skate goodness—everything from park ripping madness to hill bombing delights—street ripping too! Welcome to our latest Weekly Wrap-Up news collection for Feb 6 – 12, 2016. Lurk it and enjoy.
Arbor’s Sucrose Initiative just dropped their new Suburban Maddness video featuring Daniel MacDonald. It’s tasty.
Kingpin Magazine, a rad skateboard mag from Europe went to Alicante, Spain recently and then just dropped this raw street edit featuring Karsten Kleppan, Eniz Fazliov, Youness Amrani, Hjalte Halberg, Nassim Guammaz and Günes Özdogan. Even if ya don’t skate street you’ll appreciate the beauty of this badboy.
Riptide Sports makes high quality bushings and specifically for this post we are interested in their new pivot cups for Independent Trucks and fitting most other traditional kingpin trucks. Here’s a strange new commercial featuring such things. Peep it and let us know what ya think.
The new Welcome Skateboards promo video on Thrasher Magazine is fire: Girls, boys, trannies, streets, specialty moves.
Bustin Boards‘ Toti just dropped this rad Spanish hill bomber vid. Dude’s fast, fast, fast!
Video of the Week : STREET PLANT: Face Plant (2001)
By Street Plant Brand
Burke Mountain Freeride July 9 & 10, 2016.
Mount Jefferson April 23 & 24, 2016.
Instagram Pic of the Week:
Rider/ Industry News:
The Caliber Trucks media clan has joined it’s forces and rallied a crew of their NorCal groms Ryan Bishop, Noah Fischer, Patrick Welsh, and Jordan Crosby in order to kick off Spain’s (?) Long Island Boards‘ new downhill campaign in the USA and beyond. Here’s the new promo video.
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