Owner of the Instagram handle @hypemanspice, Joshua Chisolm was literally the hype man during the entire stay in Barcelona. Hailing all the way from Cape Town, Joshua aka Spice was made the most out of skating the streets in South Africa and submitted a banger Am Search video. In Spice’s interview above, he dives into a bit of the skate scene in South Africa, the plentiful spots in Barcelona, and winning the Am Search video contest. As seen above the hype doesn’t stop with Spice around.
In this interview from Dew Tour Am Series Barcelona, we hear from United Kingdom’s Alex Decunha. After watching Alex’s insane Am Search submission video we knew he was on another level. Not only is he able to put down mind-boggling tricks on tape, but is also under pressure at a contest. His performance during the cash for tricks earned him some Euros and placed second on Sunday’s final day of competition. Learn more about the Alex in his interview above.
In this segment of Head 2 Head we examine a gap less traveled by a select few. Here we look at Ryan Decenzo and Tommy Sandoval leaping outside of the gap course over the barrier rail onto flat. Ryan was able to roll away with a frontside 360, while Tommy pulled his infamous frontside kickflip. Leave a comment below on who you think did it better!
Am Search winner and Dew Tour Am Series competitor Mihnea Groseanu explains why it’s hard to progress at skateboarding in his home country of Romania. Although skating in tough conditions Mihnea was able to travel and experience different terrain that has shaped his skating in phenomenal ways. Learn more about Mihnea and how he adapted to the course at Barcelona in his interview above.
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Get inside the mind of Netherlands’ Dew Tour Am Search winner Douwe Macare.
Having lived in Barcelona for three months and skated in less known territories Douwe’s skate career has taken him places. Even his 2017 Dew Tour Am Search submission features clips all the way from California.
Hailing all the way from Norway is Dew Tour Am Series competitor Ole Edvartsen. First off if you haven’t watched Ole’s heavy Am Search submission video that won him a trip to Barcelona do so now. Quite impressive to say the least. Ole’s persistence and deep bag of ticks resembles and reminds us of Chris Joslin and doesn’t fall short behind Chris’ power. Learn more about Ole and his first time in Barcelona in his interview above.
One of the youngest fiends to carve his way up the skate ranks is Dew Tour Long Beach first place Pro Bowl winner Cory Juneau. Cory’s ability to swiftly choose lines and throw casual kickflips well over coping is mind blowing. Coupled with skill and talent, find out what equipment Cory uses to manipulate his way through transitional concrete.
Welcome to Dew Tour’s first installment of interviews with 2017 Dew Tour Am Series contenders. To begin, we sat down with Woody Hoogendijk from the Netherlands who was a 2017 Am Search finalist, but subbed in for contender Douwe Macare after being injured over the weekend. In addition to ripping on a skateboard, Woody is also a comedic host on Flatspot Magazine’s Out of Focus video series and snuck in a few moments with Mountain Dew riders Jordan Maxham, Chris Colbourn, and Sean Malto. Check out Woody’s interview above for his thoughts on the Am Series contest and rip the course!
Known for his stunning video parts and dominance in skateboard competitions, Chris Cole is skateboarding’s catalysts for progression. The following segment of Setups, Chris reveals the skateboard gear that allows him to be freakishly consistent on a board.
Head 2 Head: Up The Kink Rail with Cole Wilson and Alec Majerus.
One thing everyone knows about Dave Bachinsky is that he kickflipped El Toro. But what most people don’t know about him is the skateboard gear he skates. Get to know Dave’s skateboard setup as he reveals it all in the video above.
The Pro Bowl saw a plethora of bowl rippers at Dew Tour Long Beach, but in the end only the top eight made it into the finals. Check out the best of pro bowl featuring Ivan Frederico, Tom Schaar, Alex Sorgente, Chris Russell, Heimana Reynolds, Willy Lara, Clay Kreiner, and Cory Juneau.