Bringing you the latest and greatest skateboard news from the last week, including the return of Dime Glory Challenge, Bronze TV, and another Louie Lopez part.
Take a dive into the bizarre world of American cable TV with the latest video from Bronze 56k, 'Bronze TV Channel 56 9/19/22'. The videos got everything you want from a Bronze video with a bangin' soundtrack, weird TV-inspired visuals and parts from all your faves, including an insane Mark Humienik part as well as the long-awaited return of Buggy.
After what feels like an eternity without everyone's favourite Canadian minions on our screen, the Dime Glory Challenge is back in all its... glory with a load of fun-filled new challenges for your entertainment. Take notes people, this is what a comp should look like.
With his sights firmly set on the SOTY 2022 trophy, Louie Lopez has just dropped a new part for FA and obviously it's absolutely bangin', but the best part is he's most likely got another up his sleeve as there's no footage of his latest Thrasher cover in this one.
Despite already releasing a part from his trip to San Francisco earlier this year, Victor Campillo and the Marseille massive are back with a whopping 20-minute video from their time in SF with enough flowy, downhill lines to make the GX1000 crew feel inadequate.
Karsten Kleppan has just dropped a new part for Nike SB with all the mind-boggling rail stunts that you expect from the Norwegian wizard. Who says rail skating's always boring?
The Sour boys have treated us to 7 minutes of unseen hammers which, for whatever reason, didn't make it into 'The Sour Solution III'. These boys piss excellence.
Vincent Milou has been getting busy over in the States, working on a heavy new part for Pizza Skateboards filled with his unique trick selection and some pretty horrific slams. Someone get this man a better board sponsor.
Timescan have treated us to another video this week featuring a smorgasbord of stylish Japanese fellas, including Shin Sanbongi, Taihou Tokura, Kyonosuke Yamashita, and Shintaro and Masaki Hongo.
Explore the ABC region of Sao Paolo with Giovanni Vianna and the local homies in their new video, 'Abece', which features eight solid minutes of hammers filmed in just eight days. Must be nice.
Anthony Ackers brings the tekkers in his new part for Wolftown Skateboards, taking his powerful style to a range of spots all across the country.
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