Stu Miller, AKA Switch Tre Stu, is a true OG of the Cardiff scene who's been killing it throughout the whole South Wales area for years. When he isn't busy coaching the next generation of rippers at Spit and Sawdust, you can normally find him getting tech in the streets or adding to his extensive repertoire of mind-boggling (and sometimes borderline illegal) flatground tricks.
Stu comes through with a bangin' selection of ultra-G parts from all over the globe, as well as some premium Cardiff-based picks and top-tier honourable mentions. Drink some Irn Bru and have a gander below and you might just be able to switch tre like the man himself.
Antwuan Dixon - Baker Has A Deathwish
Absolute steez merchant. Everything about this part is spot on. Antwuan Dixons style is so good to watch and that biggie track couldn't be any more perfect.
Carlos Ribeiro - A Place For Everybody, 2010
Another skater whose manoeuvres are extremely pleasing on the eyeballs. This part was from a small Spanish video that me and the homies used to rinse back in the day. Still do to be honest!
JB Gillet - Manolo's Tapes, 2013
Love all the Manolos tapes but this is the one I watch the most by an absolute mile. Love the way he has always done his tricks and especially the way he puts lines together.
Wade Speyer - Dedication, 1998
Frontside hurricane on that spine ramp. That is all.
Dylan Hughes - Today Now, 2019
Everyone knows Dylan is the best. This part is absolutely bonkers, tune is sick and it's filmed by a bunch of legends. Top notch butt.
Jerry Hsu - Bag of Suck, 2006
Chris Jones - Vase, 2015
Anything by Mark Suciu
Any 90's Penny
In true Tom Penny fashion, none of the embedded videos wanted to work so have a link to his classic Menikmati part instead.