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.
Red bull BMXer, Kriss Kyle, is back at it and more tech and creative than ever with his latest edit, 'Fancy Footwork'. Known for his interesting BMX lines, and insane technical skills, Kriss Kyle certainly does not disappoint in this, his latest BMX banger!
Riding for Mongoose bicycles, Chris Akrigg, gives us his own unique take on trail riding, as he tries to make the most of his not so exciting, rather run down holiday resort. Trail bikes were never intentionally designed to be used for trials riding, but that doesn't stop Chris from trying out some new lines on his Mongoose Teocali anyway.
Chris Childs is raw, loose, and sketchy, but man do we love it! Monster Energy brings us their third part in The Ramp II series, and this time they have BMX madman, Chris Childs to get creative and absolutely send it.
Darryn Durham and Tyler Bereman rip their 125cc two-stoke rigs around their top secret Pennsylvanian moto heaven. Full of tons of roost and big air, Durham and Beremen, take it from the ruts of the moto track, to the massive jumps of the hills, and then back to the track again, in this raw 7 minute banger!
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.