Directed by JAKE JANISS
THIS HISTORIC 8MM FOOTAGE OF DOGTOWN'S FOUNDING MEMBERS, WAS CAPTURED IN THE SPRING OF 1977 BY WAYNE BABCOCK. WAYNE HAS NEVER RELEASED THIS FOOTAGE NOR HAS HE SHARED HIS VINTAGE DOGTOWN SKATEBOARD COLLECTION WITH THE PUBLIC, BOTH HAVE BEEN DONATED EXCLUSIVELY IN SUPPORT OF THIS PROJECT.
The Dog Bowl, originally known only to the most hardcore DogTown crew, was located in Northern Santa Monica -
"I sequestered Rodney Mullen recently during a dinner party at my house in order to get the real story behind the kickflip. The only quiet place was my bedroom. Is that weird? Only if you make it weird. Which I might have just done by mentioning it at all. Anyway, he invented the kickflip because he's a genius and we are lucky to have him. Now I made it extra weird. Just enjoy the story and forget I ever said anything."
Check out the tricks and style of Victor Daviet in Rip Curl's feature of his portion of their movie Alive & Kickin'. This guy gets some extreme air and certainly knows how to utilize his surrounding environment.
From British Columbia to the Alps, we got Wiley Tesseo, Braden Dean and Victor Daviet sending it on natural terrain.
Watch out the Canadian crew shredding their boundless backyard in deep powder while Victor Daviet have searched and found perfect natural spots.
All this on a Social Distortion tune to keep you warm and ready for your first sessions of the winter!
ZOO YORK proudly presents TRUE EAST, nine minutes of straight shredding by the Z.Y. crew. The raw power, energy and distinctness of East Coast skateboarding bangs you over the head in this one.
Filmed March 2012 to December 2012 in Atlanta, Boston, Miami, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York City and more.
Starring: Chaz Ortiz, Dave Willis, Kevin Tierney, Kevin Taylor, Forrest Kirby, Aaron Suski, Ian Twa, Ron Deily, Travis Glover and Brandon Westgate.
Filmed and Edited by R.B. Umali for Zoo York Media Group.
Many think that a longboarding video should stoke them up. In other words, the video should make the viewer want to go longboard right after it's been watched. So what do you think, does this video make you want to ride? Original's first "Go Longboard" video, released four years ago, received critical acclaim by the longboard community, and boasts a solid 2.3 million views. Check out Original Skateboard's newest release of their "Go Longboard Pt. 4". And if it happens to do the job of making you want to skate, well there's really only one way to fix that...