Thrasher Magazine brings you Chris Cope's latest dose of crazy, with his newest video part, "Route 44". Skating anything and everything bowl related, Chris Cope, gets super loose and flowy as he strings together insane lines that'll leave you questioning everything you thought to be possible on a skateboard.
Thrasher Magazine put together this super sick compilation of the radest handrails ever ridden by skateboarders from 1989 to present. This edit shows that while the sport of skateboarding has been progressing over the years, the one thing that has remained the same is a skateboarders primal stoke to hunt down and concur the gnarliest handrails the world has to offer. This is not your average skateboarding edit, rather, a history lesson on handrails.
Lucas Fielderling takes skateboarding back to the basics with this film 'Where We Come From', capturing the very essence of this sport we love- sending it on your skateboard with your homies. No music, and no colour are needed to make this a banger, killer clips of the boys sending some street lines are all that's required for this piece of skateboarding excellence.
Raw, and simply put ridiculously rad, the 21 year old young gun Red Bull skateboarder from Belgium, Axel Cruysberghs, take things back to the basics in his simple edit 'Where We Come From', laying the focus solely on his mind blowing skateboarding.