Evan Smith’s “No Hotels” Part

Evan Smith’s “No Hotels” Part

[ad_1] The man is a monster on the stuntwood, cranking out face-melting tricks on the daily. This part from Plus Skateshop’s new full-length is a real treat. The video premieres May 14th in Orlando. Pre-order your copy here. ( Photo: Sam Coady Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

Veja o video -Ben Raybourn full part

Veja o video -Ben Raybourn full part

[ad_1] Ben is on a psychotic skate mission to ride the deepest pits and terrain ever. It’s almost like Earth is running out of spots gnarly enough for him to ride. Unreal. Here’s his Welcome to Nike part. [ad_2]

Anthony Van Engelen’s “Propeller” RAW FILES

Anthony Van Engelen’s “Propeller” RAW FILES

[ad_1] This episode is more than a face-melter. It’s a straight up head-exploder, featuring loads of bonus footage you won’t see anywhere else. Epic is an understatement. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

King of the Road 2014: Episode 8

King of the Road 2014: Episode 8

[ad_1] Clive swaps spit, Raybourn goes Gou, Nyjah plays with fire and Louie takes it off the top rope as KOTR blazes on! Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

SF Treat: Dustin Henry

SF Treat: Dustin Henry

[ad_1] This edit is a real gem. Dustin Henry delivers a sweet video part radiating with the essence of the SF streets. Goddamn night footage looks sick… [ad_2]

Blattner and Goure’s “Exeter” Part

Blattner and Goure’s “Exeter” Part

[ad_1] Rippers with a creative twist, Pyramid Country sure knows how to pick ‘em. There’s a bunch of rad surprises here as two dudes you may not be familiar with piece together a sick edit. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

Thrasher Magazine – The Best of Firing Line (2012)

Thrasher Magazine – The Best of Firing Line (2012)

[ad_1] With 2012 coming to a very quick end, Thrasher Magazine piles up the best of their Firing Line. LINK TO VIDEO: [ad_2]

Classics: Sluggo’s “RDS/FSU/2002” Part

Classics: Sluggo’s “RDS/FSU/2002” Part

[ad_1] He skated to one of the worst songs in the history of mankind, and somehow pulled it off. Either hit mute or crank up the speakers. There is no in-between. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

BFFS: The Secret Ditch

BFFS: The Secret Ditch

[ad_1] As skaters, we’re always on the hunt for new terrain. In today’s episode, Ali Boulala uncovers a top-secret gem in France Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

Ryan Decenzo’s “Double Down” Part

Ryan Decenzo’s “Double Down” Part

[ad_1] Ryan has that rare “problem” where he stacks such a firestorm of utterly insane clips that even a skate rat’s brain has a hard time comprehending it all. You just have to watch this. [ad_2]

Jordan Sanchez’s “The Dumpster Part”

Jordan Sanchez’s “The Dumpster Part”

[ad_1] If we told you something was a piece of garbage, you’d assume the worst. However, with this new video part from Jordan Sanchez we can’t think of a better compliment. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

Bru-Ray: Volcom in New Zealand Part 1

Bru-Ray: Volcom in New Zealand Part 1

[ad_1] New Zealand is a dreamland. Part one kicks off in the gnarly concrete pits before Grant seals the deal on a mountainous rail attack. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

Peter Hewitt’s “Birthday at Nude Bowl” Video

Peter Hewitt’s “Birthday at Nude Bowl” Video

[ad_1] No place like the Nude Bowl for a Birthday Bash. Peter and Germ’s Bday’s are within a few days of each other, some good friends made the trek to Palm Springs to drink some cold ones, camp, bbq and skate. Epic Times from dusk til dawn. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]

Happy Birthday Shane

Happy Birthday Shane

[ad_1] The following video is a tribute to the beautiful life of Shane Cross. Let’s celebrate today on his 28th birthday like he’s still right here beside us. Legends never die. RIDE ON SHANE Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: thrashermagazine.com facebook.com/thrashermagazine instagram.com/thrashermag twitter.com/thrashermag [ad_2]

Cory Kennedy: The Sk8rat Angles

Cory Kennedy: The Sk8rat Angles

[ad_1] Nobody has more fun than CK1. Here’s a collection of classic Cory from the last several years, as seen through the lens of his homie Shane Auckland. Keep up with Thrasher Magazine here: [ad_2]