We don't usually post skateboarding videos, but since it's summertime, it's that time of years when here in the office, we try our hand at sucking at skating once again, and we could use some inspiration from the guys that really crush concrete. Plus, these are Lib Tech skateboards and Jesse and Pika Burtner, of Think Thank fame, made this video, and it's really good. So, check out this balls-out skate edit from Lib Tech and Think Thank of Lib Tech's Leg Tour 2012.
From Think Thank:
Ripping around Washington State and shredding skate parks is never a bad idea. Think Thank filmers Jesse and Pika joined the Lib Skate team and did just that on a hot lap around Eastern Washington and a trip to the Peninsula for this Washington Leg. With the likes of Sky Siljeg, Mikey “L’il Swayze” Swearingen, Chad Fenlon and Edwin Swagerty in tow this was a D3 stomping, high heeled high kick of a good time. Look for more Legs kicking in your zone this summer especially if you’re from Vancouver, BC, Colorado or So-cal.
Woodward's Head Ramp Builder, Nate Wessel, gives you the low-down on the new renovation and tests out the features with the new Parkboards. The Barn is set to re-open June 15th for public sessions! Get to camp this summer or stop by for our Public Sessions- you won't regret it.
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Common knowledge is that downhill skateboarding is a pretty sketchy endeavor. This video of Mike Hoppe and Corey Lucero taking their Freebords down a long stretch of two lane California switchbacks doesn't look that dicey. But it is still dicey as hell. Speaking of dicey, how does Freebord not get sued for misleading consumers into thinking they can get Freebords for free? And why isn't the horse in this video too?
Sadly, it's still summer, and though snow still lingers in the Southern Hemisphere, most of us snowboaders spend our time skateboarding. Well, Luke Mitrani does, at least...and he's damn good at it. Check out Luke pushing his way through various parks in the Rockies. The kid's legit when on four wheels and when in two bindings.