Like the Alltimers guys the Bronze 56K guys had the rare experience of a rained out Barcelona trip. a ******VERY RARE****** sight indeed but that did not stop them from creating a nine-minute montage. Enjoy!
Featuring: Kevin Tierney, Brendan Carroll, Dick Rizzo, Ron Deily, Josh Wilson, Adrian Vega, Chachi Maserati and Rob Gonyon.
The DirtBagCrew went on a trip to Japan. Check out HUF team riders Josh Matthews, Brad Cromer, Matt Gottwig, Dick Rizzo, Jake Anderson and as it seems, a fully recovered Austyn Gillette, shred through Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo. Also featuring special guest Shin Sanbongi.
With the heavy copying of their style, Bronze has kind of toned their videos down. A trend they admittingly started with their “Plug” video, their newer videos have been more subtle, it started to be about finding the right moment instead of just overdosing on sometimes seemingly random visual or shock effects. This new video is as they describe it full of “Old footage, P2 Card filming, ABDs, Slo-Mo, Josh, Rizzo, raw clips, house music, meditation, and much much more.” But it is also another step in refining the brands direction. Enjoy!
If you have been paying attention you might have noticed that HUF just opened a new store in NYC and in honour of that store the team went out and got some really nice footage. On top of that Austyn’s Transworld cover trick is featured in this edit.
Brad Cromer has been videotaping skateboarding for some time now and to be honest he is getting really good, the other noteworthy thing in this short video is the Austyn Gillette clip. We have not seen anything from Mr. Gillette in a while – there where rumors about him being injured – so to finally see him back on the board is certainly a good thing.
If you don’t know about JP Blair you ought to! He has been responsible for some of the best videos out of NYC. 4myset is his newest offering featuring some of New York’s finest like Dick Rizzo, Josh Wilson, Mark Humienik, Chachi and many more.
Huf just introduced three new ams: Matt Gottwig, Dick Rizzo and Jake Anderson. All three of these guys have been waving the Huf flag for a long time. Finally they got the nod and it is easy to see why.
Richmond Virginia, is where most of this clip seems to take place, if I’m correct the home of Quasi skateboards (formerly known as Mother Collective) the clip features the likes of Gilbert Crockett, Jake Johnson, Josh Wilson and Dick Rizzo. This clips delivers some quality skateboarding set to some good music, a simple and timeless concept that makes you want to go out and skate.