Vom 12.-14. Oktober 2018 regiert erstmals die gesamte Freestyle-Szene in Thun: Freestyle ROOTS ist ein neuer Event, bei dem sich Freaks aus verschiedenen Freestyle-Sportarten sowie Breakdance, Musik und Graffiti treffen. Nach dem Motto «Watch, Move & Learn» kann sich das Publikum jeden Alters aktiv am Anlass beteiligen. Erwartet werden insgesamt rund 5000 Besucherinnen und Besucher. More Infos: www.freestyleroots.ch
Tom Pages wins Moto X Freestyle
James Foster wins BMX Big Air
Axell Hodges wins Moto X QuarterPipe High Air
Chad Kerley wins BMX Street
Liam Pace win Skateboard Park
Jimmy Wilkins wins Skateboard Vert
Vince Byron wins BMX Vert
Kelvin Hoefler wins Men’s Skateboard Street
Takeru Otsuka wins Men’s Snowboard Big Air
Birk Ruud wins Men’s Ski Big Air
Kokomo Murase wins Women’s Snowboard Big Air
Jennie-Lee Burmansson wins Women’s Ski Big Air
Leticia Bufoni wins Women’s Skateboard Street
Just in case you are already buckled up in 2018, here’s a video with all the best moments 2017 had to offer. Enjoy our compilation as we show you the whole spectrum of the World of Red Bull. Which was your favourite moment of 2017?
Simon Stricker and Sascha Leutwyler from the Streetcity Skateshop team went to Dubai for skateboarding with filter Yves Meier. Check out the official tour edit. If you like the clip feel free to share it on your social platform.
Kilian blends technical skill with a wide variety of tricks you just don’t see very often. Throw in a guest appearance from Miles Silvas and you’ve got yourself a real gem. Enjoy…
My City is a Volcom video series showcasing the Latin America skate team through the eyes of the skaters and the city they grew up in.
Jhancarlos Gonzalez is the first of six to present visual documentation of the city where he learned to skate. Growing up in Medellin, Colombia, all the skateparks were terrible but the spots were plentiful, if he could skate them before they got busted.
Tom Schaar’s 1st Place Run
Ivan Federico’s 2nd Place Run
Pedro Barros‘ 3rd Place Run
Twenty of the worlds most talented park terrain skaters battled it out in Sydney at the first stop of the Vans Park Series. 17 year old perfectionist, Tom Schaar, ollied into the bowl with eyes dead set on the podium and didn’t let up for a single trick. His banger of run resulted in a 90.26 and a well deserved first place, surprising a stacked line up of the world’s best.
Tampa Pro never fails to deliver the best live skateboarding your brain can stand to absorb. This year it did it again. And you can add a brand new name to the list of rulers who’ve won it. Congrats to Louie Lopez who takes home $20,000 and a spot in the 2017 SLS Super Crown.
Here’s a more in-depth surveillance of Robbie’s recent REAL part. The man is a wrecking ball. Hide your Hubbas!