Moonshining - Toronto to Tennesse. From the pages of the new Kingshit issue comes this epic road trip from the boys at Cons Canada. Featuring skating from: Joe Yates, Trent Matley, Scott Varney, Justin David, Beaster Bandula and Nick "Nugget" Moore. Video by: Zac Elik
Traffic Skateboards Hiroki Muraoka just dropped this little welcome to Prize Fighter part. Check out that fountain kickflip! Film by Yoji Mizusawa and Katsumi Minami Music by Katsumi Minami prizefightercutlery
We're pretty stoked to see a new interview pop up with Ricky Oyola over at the Pusher Wheels site this afternoon. Ricky has a guest wheel on the Pusher brand out of Philadelphia which just announced today and they managed to catch up with Rick and get a short interview with the elusive east coast legend. Check it out by clicking the image below:
The Brixton team navigates Puerto Rico in this new edit from Thrasher. Traffic Skateboards Kevin Coakley has some tricks as well as some other ripping from Brad Cromer, Christian Maalouf and more.
Despite having a strong skate scene, Toyko's not an easy city to skate. If you want to hit the streets, you're mostly limited to rolling at night, and that's exactly when artist and skater Hiroki Muraoka filmed his latest Traffic clip, "Playing in Tokyo."
While it's a rather casual part, Muraoka's still pushing hard on every block, staying with the brand's heritage and putting together plenty of flip tricks at a healthy speed. He's only rocking one fit for the entire clip, so unless he pulled some Powell Peralta shit and wore the same gear for multiple filming sessions, we can assume this was a run-and-gun/one-and-done type effort. Nothing wrong with a casual part to get you hyped and Tokyo footage has a futuristic, Blade Runner-type vibe that always looks tight. - Anthony Pappalardo