This above push, is the best push, in the best line, of this entire year of skateboarding. Watch Street Feet’s “Deconstruction” HERE and look out for Strange Landing’s good friend Alex Barron running and pushing with a backpack on, skating like a G.
A day in Hope BC, location of Rambo First Blood. Filming on their sets for SUPLEX with Rob Rickaby, Jamie Maley, Ali Yaqubian, Brad & Eric Warlimont.
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Some leftovers from SUPLEX.
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Cory Wilson, Mike Campbell, Tyler Waren, Ben Blundell, Jed Anderson, Jamie Maley, Brett Gifford, Sheldon Meleshinski, Dustin Henry, Zander Mitchell, Keith Henry, Nate Lacoste, Will Blakley.
When I first got a skateboard, Josh was the guy from a different school who could ollie entire manholes no problem. I’ve looked up to him ever since. -dave
New Hoffart video part I put together. -dave
Adidas’ web features are always a great watch.
Mr. Caissie just put up scans of his SBC article shot on our China trip this winter. Go buy that new mag ya know.
The latest issue of SBC Magazine just got released and there’s a few of my photos in there. The trip to China and a few extras of Matt Berger and Andrew Summersides. Grab a copy if you can and check it out.
Mike Vince, nollie nosegrind
Nick Moore, frontside nollie kickflip
Shenzhen Vacation: 3 Weeks In China on Push.ca right HERE
"China: skateboarding’s hottest travel destination, and our answer to getting sick of seeing Barcelona. That’s the elevator pitch at least, but it really takes the soul out of it. We went to China – we being a long list. AJ McCallister, Derek Swaim, Nick Moore, Corey Klim, Mike Campbell, Jason Gordon, Mike Vince and Matt Berger were there to skate; Dane Collison, Benny Stoddard and myself (Dave Ehrenreich), were there to skate and also document. Brian Caissie was along to shoot photos, claiming ‘veteran’ status, this being his 5th or 6th visit to mainland China. Brian’s grasp on the Chinese language though, still non-existent. That’s not a knock on Brian at all, as he would have had to learn both Mandarin and Cantonese and then know when to apply each – not a simple task. But we did have Will Cui, our real travel visa, the most patient man in history and the only way our trip went smoothly. Mainland China is a daunting travel destination, but once you get there you’ll never want to leave. These photos and video are but a glimpse into our Chinese skateboarding vacation, enjoy.”
KONY Day/ 420 / Pleasant Park Grand Opening Party.
Strange Landing # 32 Is out and its Corey Klim.