Biz, Rooftop and Jason Enns do some rad old school tricks while bringing up a issue with the youth that should have been addressed long ago: kids not having a clue about the proper name of tricks. It started with the wave of young guns calling bunnyhops “J-hops” and has only gotten worse from there.
Zack Gerber, Tyler Fernengel, Flip, Brandon Dosch, Glenn Salyers and Cody Bowers all took your requests at the Austin public park while out there for Texas Toast. Fast turn around on that editing! Everything from an old school flatland run to front flips in this one.
Craig Passero, Blackman, Grant Germain and Russ Barone make your dream a reality, as is the concept on the Instagram Slam series. While some might not be into it, I loved the creative call on how to handle the music for this one. All around fun.
Instagram Slam 11 features the Boqer123, which is made up of Josh James, Clem Hencher-Stevens, Mick Woods, Steve Saunders and Elliott Staton. As usual, you call the shots, and they get it done!
Dylan Stark, Jourdan Barba, Matt Closson, Dan Norvell and Larry Alvarado met up at a hella slippery park in Riverside, California to do the 10th installment of the Instagram Slam series. From barhumps to front flips and plenty of grinds, it’s as entertaining as ever.
Heavy hitters Dakota Roche, Nathan Williams and Dan Lacey really kill it for Instagram Slam 9. Shout out to Tom Trotman.
Chris Courtenay shreds the Vans Skatepark mini ramp and handles your requests with ease (other than the table to superman suggestion) for the latest Instagram Slam.
Morgan Long and Raul Ruiz read your requests and handled the ones that weren’t completely ridiculous or non-intelligible. Raul Ruiz is an icepick master.