Still on top with these edits, Ryan Garshell comes through with the 3rd GX1000. And as usual, Crewman Piro Sierra is still hopping around keeping everybody on their toes.
Monday, June 18, 2012
This post might not be worth making in a sense that I have a feeling this video will be deleted soon. I'm not sure I care much at all though; this part, like any others you've seen of him, is ridiculous. No, it might not fit the "Cruizees criterion" since he's switch 50ing handrails and nollie flipping stairs into an immediate front wallride. Still, in every part I've seen of his he does some mind-altering tricks that I've never witnessed before. Which brings me to a preaching skate-nerd point to stay creative when you skateboard. Don't camouflage into the repetitive fake steezed insane combo bro- they got old real fast. Skating is even more fun when you come up with your own stuff! Sorry for the short sermon, maybe I should start getting more original by posting more of our own videos. Who the hell am I to talk? Enjoy this while it lasts.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Ryan Garshell is another one of my favorite filmers out right now. He can make the shittiest looking spots appear fun to skate just by the way he films it. I like how he's making these GX1000 edits of purely his footage instead having some clips in a montage or part; as a whole it flows much better. I hope he's working on or decides to come out with an independent video sometime soon, it'd be an instant classic in my book.
Saturday, June 9, 2012
I've been watching Knibbs skate longer than I've known him and have always been a huge fan. He will shred any terrain with comfortable yet outstanding style; tranny, handrails, stairs, ledges, mannys - you name it he's got something for it. I wish there were more videos on the net for you to be graced by his genius skating ability, but besides this there's not much. Give this Crewman a tall glass of water when you see him, but when he's legal beer shower him with love.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Ever since I've lived in Gainesville (about 4 years) there was always talk from people and one of the filmers in town (Bryan Reynolds) about making a Gainesvillains video. While they were in the process of filming for it Colin was also filming for the first Mandible Claw video. Turned out everyone filming for it ended up giving their footage to Colin for his video, which of course, put the Gainesvillains video on hold... for a few years. Now it's set that they're making it and I'm super pumped to see it! Bryan has a really good style of filming and I think this video will definitely give him more recognition. Plus it's going to be packed with Crewmen and other associates which is really the icing on the cake!
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
with Crewman Robbie Kirkland. You've seen Robbie around on the blog in videos and I know you love his style as much as I do. After watching him do these 10 insane tricks go back to the "SHAQUEEFA MIXTAPE" post, watch it, and don't blink for his whole part. Also keep an eye out for the next Shaqueefa Mixtape coming out pretty soon (which'll be posted on the blog), it's gonna be good.
...And neither is innovation in skateboarding. How do they go hand in hand? I was as confused as you until I saw this a few months back. Callum Paul is an Australian (which says enough in itself) ripper who can literally skate anything. Watching him skate curbs the way he does is easily just as shocking and insane as seeing some handrail jock do a gnarly trick down something huge. I want to hook this guy up, and have him do a slappy commercial. Plus I'm sure he's just as good at drinking as he is skating!