This is a video of skateboarding pioneer Tony Hawk (I wonder what he’s up to these days) performing a casual half pipe 540 while holding a glass of milk and not spilling any of it. I’m not sure how many attempts it took, but based on the amount of milk
This is a short video of pro skater Marc-André Séguin about to run down a kid after landing a reverse boardslide but quickly picking him up instead, turning around on a ramp, then returning him back to his own board. Smooth as silk. Some more info: Professional skater Marc-André Séguin
This is a clip from lots of free time haver and Twitter user commuteroo, who, using a basketball atop a stationary skateboard, manages to launch the ball with his bicycle, making a basket. In his own words while I don’t spend any time trying to replicate this shot: This one
These are a couple videos of the experimental musicians of Electronicos Fantasticos using a barcode reader attached to a skateboard to read giant barcodes on the ground and digitally replicate some record scratching. You may recall the beginning of this project from this previous post, and now it’s reached its
These are a few clips in a row of Italian skateboarding dog Rush navigating a tight U-turn constructed out of traffic cones by leaning on the board into the turn. That is impressive. For reference, the last time I made a U-turn I crashed into the median and ran over
Note: Songs lyrics used are NSFW. Because why crash and burn when you can crash and break, this is a series of Youtube videos from Unemployed Jamnapaari of skateboard crashes edited into slick breakdancing moves. Man…I wish every time I’ve fallen it turned into a sweet breakdancing move. ESPECIALLY when
Remember that Super Mario 64 Princess Peach castle skatepark that Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 + 2 player Skramblez created? Well now he’s back with a Hyrule Temple park (from Super Smash Bros.) and a Hogwarts Castle park from those books and movies about all those lucky little magical bastards
This is a video of Youtuber Skramblez riding the Super Mario 64 Peach’s Castle level he constructed with the custom park creator tool in Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2. In Skramblez own words: “My most ambitious custom park so far… the iconic Peach’s Castle from Super Mario 64!