Traffic Reports are back! After a ten year hiatus (and two full lengths), the semi-monthly video series is back up and running, with Josh Feist pushing, sliding, and wallriding through some Philadelphia crust. Stay tuned for more in the coming months!
Speaking of Traffic, Kevin Coakley’s nosegrind pop-out in Barcelona is the subject of “Perfect Days,” our friend Evan Oppedisano’s new column for Orchard that focuses on Boston skaters’ favorite sessions.
More GRAND PRAIRIE follow-up coverage: Gilbert Crockett for Solo.
Something Old, Something New is Justin Bohl’s latest full length out of Detroit that’s half current footage, half throwback. I know I shouldn’t be surprised, but those spots are wild!
Some mid-90s goodness from the Philadelphia scene:
- Mike Maldonado battles the 50-50 into the stairs and Bam films a clip in the first of Joe Hiddleson’s Welcome To Hell log tapes.
- RB Umali posted a vintage Ricky Oyola clip on Instagram with a magnificent switch shifty. Technically, this is from Houston, but who’s keeping track?
I’m firmly of the opinion that any and all Sylvain Tognelli footage is worth celebrating. He has a few great lines in SPOTLIGHTS, alongside 2019 USOTY Dom Henry.
Serious Adult Publishing Co out of the UK just launched a nearly 10 minute edit on the Vague Mag Youtube channel that’s choc-full of an insane amount of amazing spots from around the world.