How to build a flying mini skate ramp. | Warehouse Paradise BTS

Childhood dreams come true – take a journey through Andreas Schützenberger aka Schützi’s facility at IOU ramps. He’s the biggest skatepark builder in Europe and has recently built a flying mini ramp which will be the main point of attraction.

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The warehouse of every skater’s dream.

Jaakko Ojanen, Philipp Schuster, Mason Merlino and George Poole rip the warehouse paradise of Europe’s biggest wooden park builder.

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SAN PEDRO SHRED / FESTIVAL OF SKATE 2017

Red Bull pulled off a block party demo that was open to everyone on 4 wheels. DaeWon ripped as usual. Here’s a few clips from the event.

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Skating an abandoned bobsleigh track | Exploring the Balkans Ep. 2

Red Bull athletes Simon Stricker and Vladik Scholz lead a squad of American skaters Brian Delatorre, Al Davis and Cyrus Bennett right throughout the former Yugoslavia. Using local contacts and experience, the project was able to take in skateboarding from Dubrovnik to Mostar, and Sarajevo to Belgrade.

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We took 6 skaters on a trip across the Balkans | Exploring the Balkans Ep. 1

Welcome to our two-part skate series in which two Red Bull athletes (Simon Stricker and Vladik Scholz) lead a squad of American sponsored skaters right throughout the former Yugoslavia. Using local contacts and experience, the project was able to take in skateboarding from Dubrovnik to Mostar, and Sarajevo to Belgrade. The team skate an abandoned bobsleigh track from the Sarajevo winter olympics which was used as an arms dump during the civil war, and find spots where stray boards have to be abandoned due to the presence of uncleared land mines in the vicinity. Shredding across Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia in the presence of taste-making US pro’s Brian Delatorre, Al Davis and Cyrus Bennett alongside cult newcomer Andrew Wilson, this release will be accompanied by a parallel feature in Transworld Skateboarding magazine!.

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Catching Up with Alex Sorgente | Vans Park Series World Championship

Alex Sorgente has been traveling the world to skate since he was 10 years old, he has won or finished on the podium in every major contest and is the defending Vans Park Series World Champion. But who is he? We get to know Alex as he prepares for the 2017 VPS World Championships in Shanghai, live on Red Bull TV September 23rd.

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Who’s got an empty pool to shred? | Josh Henderson’s Videofolio

Josh Henderson is the go-to guy when it comes to filming and skating in pools. He presents his wild Videofolio and chats about life finding, draining and shredding backyard spots.

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Is this the longest manual on a street skateboard ever?

Swiss skateboarder Simon Stricker just did 2.17km with an average speed of 31.5 km/h while performing a manual. On a street skateboard!

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The Uruguayan Experience Episode 2: Discovering Uruguay on a Skateboard

Watch Wes Kremer, Madars Apse, Chris Pfanner and Carlos Iqui on a skate trip of a lifetime from Montevideo to the Atlantic coast of South America and back.

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The Uruguayan Experience I A Skate Trip through Montevideo Episode 1

Wes Kreme from Thrasher, Chris Pfanner and Carlos Iqui connect with Madars and the local skaters of Montevideo before embarking on a skate trip for the ages. Say no more.Magic Realism is a term given to Latin American art in which you catch a glimpse of something which elevates your soul in the everyday. Our skate tour across Uruguay was shot through with healthy doses of both magic and reality.

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Crazy Fingerflipping | Skating with Sebastian Hofbauer

Skateboarding, fundamentally, is about creativity and freedom. Although the fingerflip was one of skateboarding’s earliest tricks back in the sidewalk surfer days, flipping a board with your hand on flat while levitating is no small thing!

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Pool Skating Mayhem from Huntington Beach | Vans Park Series 2017

In a contest weekend that threw perceived wisdom to the wind, the Huntington Beach leg of Vans Park Series was all about the young guns. There were plenty of skaters punching above their weight on the temporary skatepark constructed on the sand at the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing. Sit back, crack open a cold one, and enjoy a weekend worth of hammers from the fifth stop of the Vans Park Series in Huntington Beach.

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