When you think “street alley” you usually think dark and crusty. But Kyle finds a clean and wide beauty and stitches together a rad line.
One of the best street skaters at one of the best street spots.
Firing Line: Lewis Marnell
Nothin’ more fun than ripping ‘crete in the hot sun. Kyle throws down a smooth winner.
Firing Line: Andrew Reynolds
From rocks and wallies to flips, slides, and grinds, Mark covers all the bases in a single line.
The trick choices and use of spots in a line say as much about a skater as their individual style. The best skaters in the world are now setting aside their footage for Firing Line. Just wait until next year!
Jared navigates his way through an obstacle course with a great ender on his mind
From a bigspin to an even bigger spinning manual, this line doesn’t disappoint.
Fresh off his upgrade to pro status, Theo hit the schoolyard with Beagle to deliver one hell of a Firing Line.
Chad Tim Tim has one of the most effortless switch styles. Even Ricky Oyola would approve of his push…
Tyson Bowerbank has a heavy-duty name and the board control to back it up.
Three elements of street skating—a manual, a flatground trick, and a ledge—come together in one solid line.
No crowds, no bust, no problem. Ben enjoys a ditch day with this sweet line.
Here’s a line from Cyril Jackson’s part in the 1031 video which will premiere here on Friday.
Some skate purists (and a few Barneys) aren’t feeling ledge combo tricks. At the beginning of this amazing line, Dave shows how a proper one done fast is a thing of beauty.
On any company with a bunch of riders, the ams have to go nutzo to get noticed. Real has a ripping squad and Antoine is making his mark.
You’d think his legs would be tired after 12 walls, but Raven has a surprise move.
People are tripping out on this guy.
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