Concrete Skateboarding has posted up Cake Supply Co's SF edit along with a few photos of the trip, this Wallride by Leon Breton included. Squad up and click the photo below to view the article!
With the release of Dan Redmond's Hawaii footage viewable here, and the trip edit by Ethan Craig viewable here, I am left with the Final Broha of my photos to be released. The trip was an amazing experience and I hope to be back in Hawaii in the future with a skateboard under my feet, a camera in one hand and a beer in the other.
With the average human attention span these days being a bit longer than that of a goldfish, we will keep these words short and just let you watch the video. Without further ado, YGT proudly presents our second film, 365. If you're coming to Fernwood tonight, just keep scrolling.
-Luke and Leo
Well, the time is almost here. After a year of filming and way more time editing than anticipated, 365 is almost done (it's still exporting). If all goes to plan and our computers don't crash again, the video will be live tomorrow at 4pm right here. Our friends at Concrete Skateboarding will have a photo gallery featuring tricks from the video tomorrow as well, but for now, feast your eyes upon a few more tricks from the video. You Got That! and hopefully we will too....
If you're in Victoria or down to make the trek, 365 will be premiering in the real world at Fernwood tomorrow night, along with Matt Gravel's edit from the recent Cake Supply Co trip to San Francisco.
The videos will start when darkness falls, and we will skate into the night. Hope to see you (and not the police) there! So if you're planning on coming, be respectful and sensible as it's in a public space. Thanks!
My fellow colleague Luke Connor and I are pretty excited to be putting out our second feature film "365" right here on Friday May 1st. It will feature the likes of Corey Cawdell, Isaac Walker, Leon Breton, Cheyenne Hehr, Keanu Piena, Dylan Timmins, Matt Gravel, Carter Spinks, Jason Wilson, Shay Sandiford, Adam Colborne, Luke Connor, myself and more, stay tuned!
|Cheyenne Hehr - Hardflip [o] Graceffo|
|Mandatory after session refreshments [o] Graceffo|
I wanted to shoot this photo in between the fence and the gate, but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't get a decent angle without being in the shot myself. I really wanted the photo to look a certain way though, so over the fence I went. Lifting up the chain link and sliding my camera underneath, my hands were pinned between the fence and the ground, with my camera right in the line of fire for Rich Redman's Fs 5-0. With the inability to pull my camera away if things got hectic, I can't say I was too surprised when Rich's board came crashing down on my lens a couple times. Luckily the fisheye I was using is super small with a plastic hood so no damage was done. If I had been using my main fisheye setup on the other hand, things would not have been so pretty.
"Zone's Ditch" proved to be a game of cat and mouse trying to find the location. We were given very vague directions, and circled the surrounding blocks and a military school looking for any resemblance for close to an hour. We eventually found a field which looked similar to what we saw in an old Red Bull Hawaii video, and without hesitation Ethan jumped out the van and went looking. He came back 15 minutes later, sweaty and out breath, but he had found the spot. It's a lot more decrepit than it has appeared in videos, but at least we found the damn place.
We wasted a solid day looking for this school which hosted a bump to bar that wasn't nearly as easy to skate as we had anticipated. It didn't help that we came back to skate it on a rainy day, but Caleb snagged this Ollie at the school on the sunny day we found the spot, but couldn't skate it.