#Gnarlicante young gun MELVIN HERRMANN is a 18 years old dude. He is skating for 4 years and his smooth style makes his ridding good to see. Everyone who knows him thinks he is a serious gentleman
Victor is a spanish guy who started to skate 2 years ago. The area and the weather let him skate a lot. He got junkie of the speed and now he doesn’t know how to stop. Erik Lundberg filmed this cliop and share it with us! thank you guys hope to see you again soon!
Malaga Skates.Spain skates,.
Last of 3 episodes about what the ISPO2015 was for the SkateOn ambassadors. So much thanks to everyone who was there. Salsito house was there as well and the party exploded all over the place. Enjoy ‘The Party’ by Pablo Quiles
Second day of ISPO2015 so much people. Sorry for the ones we couldn’t show in the video up.
This part is related with the new realeases going on at ISPO and the introduction to the party
The 3rd episode will be released as fast as the hang over came. STAY TUNED!
We are trying to show you around ISPO 2015. 3 videos we think is enough t otalk about what is ISPO, what is in there and what not happened in the party! So check this short edit and stay tuned for more news!
In Europe we have an ammount os sick roads, discovered and unkown hills all over the place, give to us the oportunity to uprade your skills and enjoy as the guy on the video. Lets remember this spot, try to find it, contact the locals and bomb it! europeans gems are around waiting to be shreder
A guy with a smile on his face 90% of the time. That’s Iván Parra from Málaga, Andalucía, Spain. This young gun has been skating for 2 years, his style is getting better by minutes. The sun, the hills and good vibes within the crew make a perfect environment to develop his riding.
After the trip, Pablo sent in this video of Iván riding a narrow, steep and gnarly hill just15 minutes from of home, just a paradise to visit
Part 2 of 4 SOUTHERN LINES
The south of Europe is full of treasures as we can see lately on the community. So many good longboarders are appearing from the south and a ton of others are going there to meet and skate with them. Everyone with the same objective, skate during the winter.
This time Pablo talks about the Southern Community: ” If you are skating in europe, you should have one of these guys in your contact database. Lately, more and more longoboarders in spain are doing it good, pushing their local enviroments to have a real community going on. It is impressive to see how this guys from the south are still going, there is no local shop supporting the events, they just meet from 7 different provinces in Malaga to skate all together. The time there was awesome, i came back with good memories and i’m keen to go back soon, the area is full of hills and the dudes are so good, there are no more reasons to convince anyone to go.”
Shred ‘o’ Grande is the crew from the south, Loyd and Samuel are the guys behind the media, location help and organization of events. In this video, Lloys show us a local run where they normally have around 20 degress and few traffic.
Stay tuned to see what have not happened at ISPO2015!!!
Last week our Spain ambassador Pablo and ‘the young gun’ Melvin drove to southern Spain to have a meeting with Shred ‘o’ Grande Crew, a longboard community from Andalucia. Malaga and Cadiz were the provinces selected to bomb. Samuel and Lloyd from Cadiz and Victor and Ivan from Málaga showed them around for the week.
There, the scene is pretty big, the conditions are perfect to ride some hills away of the big cities enjoying the sun. Shred o Grande is pushing the longboard community organizing events and hooking up the foreigners to stay in the area. These guys are doing it so good, conecting all the skaters around and giving to them a way to continue skating.
The area looks perfect to enjoy a longboard trip during winter as we could see on the pictures they’ve sent to us
During the trip they met Erik Lundberg who was taking some good footage. This will be ready soon stay tuned!