Friday, December 30, 2011

Spot Check: Werner Electric warehouse

Scouted this gem over the summer while I was at work. BS lip? Nose press? Options are endless

Friday, December 23, 2011

Peep the coyotes at afton

Lay your retinas on this, change it to 720p or 1080p for hd

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Sunday, December 4, 2011


Brighton Must Be The Place from 401 on Vimeo.

Academy posted this and I keep watching it. Definitely one of those videos that makes you wanna go ride.

Friday, December 2, 2011

my idol

my favorite rider, ever. this guy seriously lives the dream.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Wednesday, November 16, 2011


Pigeon by W.A.R.U. (Full Movie) from Shimpei Shimoda on Vimeo.

i was watching this at ASHBURYand didn't even realize until halfway through that these dudes are all japanese

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Josh Kalis epicly laterd

anyone who likes to procrastinate needs to go to and watch all seven episodes (pt. 5 can be found on skatedaily) of Josh Kalis' epicly laterd. His life story is so nuts, from his father putting him into an insane asylum, jamie thomas re-vamping his skate career, skating for Alien Workshop for over ten years, one of his roommates and team members robbing old ladies with a shotgun, kid has lived a crazy life. This is just a video i thought was funny of Rob Dyrdek impersonating Jason Dill (workshop teammate)

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Forest Bailey HBD shred.

His riding style matches my level of exhaustion ride now, nice and easy and relaxed.

Friday, November 11, 2011

nyjah back at it

i just purchased this on iTunes, its straight up historic. Nyjah is one of the best skaters of all time, go spend a few dollars on iTunes and pick up this 8 min ham-montage

Monday, November 7, 2011

YouKnowMyFunction (Full Movie)

Brett Spurr sold me my Skate Banana, and I will forever be thankful for that because I love that board. Anyway, he made a full length video this season called YouKnowMyFunction. I'm sure it will be sick when I get around to watching it, I have got some homework to do first...just kidding, I'm just going to watch it because I can't help myself. I already cannot wait to see what Brett and Jon Stark come up with next season now that they are partnering up.

YKMF FULL MOVIE from Brett Spurr on Vimeo.

Cody Beiersdorf

I'll post everything, a full dose. We'll start off with his most recent part in The Convoy

The Convoy | Cody Beiersdorf from BALD E-GAL PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo.

Cody Beiersdorf - House of 1817:The Movie from .... on Vimeo.

Tiller | Cody Beiersdorf from BALD E-GAL PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Flow Team

when filming for Witness the Sickness.


I wish I was sponsored so I could break my board for no reason...not.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Scooter Edit.

This was on VG so it had to be legit. It is. Wow, I had no idea scooter people could rip like this. This is pretty fkn entertaining.

Dude, fkn good is Ethan Deiss.

These short videos are really sweet.

Wow. This is pretty funny. "What ARE these things!?". Haha.

Ethan Deiss is fkn good dude.

This first video took me off guard a little bit. Just watch, it's nuts.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Jack Woolery Park Footy

Aint nothin special, but hey... Im a coyote. Things arent special when its not the whole pack

Monday, October 17, 2011

tws news

looks like we can expect to see many edits dropping from the new Signal House, 1817 better WATCHOUT MOTHERFUCKERzzzz

Sunday, October 16, 2011

sick scorp screen shot

watching Neck of the Woods, found this sick scorp presented by Kody Williams that i wanted to share

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

zak hale and the burton team

we headed to the Southern Theater in Minneapolis for the Standing Sideways premier

Monday, October 10, 2011

Phil Tardif

proper weezy part

sexton just comes and goes as he pleases

WELCOME HOME from Ashbury Eyewear on Vimeo.

"i'm over Ashbury, i'm hyped on Von Zipper. Alright, now i'm over Von Zipper, i want to be back on Ashbury..."

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Big Nor feat. Panda and his screams

How did I not see these before? Connor Rose coming in hawt with bunches and bunches of footy.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Hockey 101

These people are obviously not from MN. In MN, we know our hockey. At least they tried and they sounded like cool people regardless. Can't wait for the 2012 NHL season. Go Wild!

some dude at oakdale skatepark

Friday, September 2, 2011

Retrospect Review (contains rider order)

I decided it would be cool to do a review on Videograss' Retrospect, my first of many video purchases of the season. Besides the actual reviewing, I talk about my thoughts on both movies, as well as going more in depth about the riders individually. I am NOT trying to critique any of them in a bad way.  I mentioned a spoiler in the title, so spoilers may be on some of your minds: General context but no specific tricks are given, so don't worry about actual trick content. I do, however, talk about the riders in the order of which they are shown in the video.

Videograss, in association with Transworld Snowboarding, released Retrospect this fall with another Videograss film called Shoot the Moon. Initially, I thought Retrospect wasn't even going to compare to Shoot the Moon. If I were to get it, it was to see Ethan Deiss' part because he is from the midwest. I knew both crews were solid, but Shoot the Moon had the edge in my opinion. Riders like Jed Anderson,  other midwest guys (such as Jake O.E., Jonas Michilot, and Zac Marben) had me thinking Shoot the Moon over Retrospect. Although I had these thoughts, I loved the original Retrospect teaser much more than Shoot the Moon's. If you haven't seen it, too bad (they apparently took it off the site). Nevertheless, that teaser was my favorite teaser ever. I got me so hyped to snowboard and/ or go film something myself. Speaking of film, let's talk about the actual film itself and, in my opinion, the standout riders.

To start the video off, Jake Blauvelt comes in and rips with his backcountry wizardry. The only other part I've seen of him was maybe in Forum That. I haven't seen much of his new "improved" style that so many people in the industry have been hyping. Retrospect made me understand. He really does have insane style, and equally insane creativity. After watching all of the powder heavy parts in the video, his part definitely stands out.

Next up, Austin Smith. I remember when Austin first came onto the pro scene. At that time, he was one of my favorite riders. I don't know what happened exactly, but he disappeared, and in turn, I was disappointed. I still kept a spread of him doing a front three indy over a kicker on my door. When I read that he was coming back, I got super excited. There was major talk about his comeback season. His video part definitely reflects the comeback. He goes super smooth on the backcountry booters and gets some pretty good shots in the streets. Despite the seemingly short segment, he really proved that he is back full force, and I cannot wait to see what he has in store for the future.

I am from Minnesota, so I am a sucker for midwest riders. That is why Ethan Deiss was the guy I wanted to see the most. Ethan really exploded onto the scene the past two seasons. His standout video part in Role Models Think Positive and House of 1817's The Movie had much to do with it. His nosepress and 180 to nose press combinations in those videos set him apart. Since filming with Videograss, he has those tricks polished and it shows in his part. Along with these tricks, he landed everything else super clean. The only complaint I have about his part is that I didn't see any footage of that ledge in Alaska. He did an insane back three on nosepress back three off in the teaser, and it didn't see any of that in the final cut. Either way, it's a sick part and one of my favorites in the video. Thank you Ethan, you represent the midwest well. See you at the local hills.

Ben Bilocq is the next rider I want to discuss from the movie. Ben, for me, is known as a rail guy. He has some laser like presses along with new creative plants in the streets. But, for whatever reason, I never think of Ben as a powder guy. He continues to impress me with his powder skills. Going further, I would even put a label of "underrated" on his jumping. His part has both sick jumping and sliding, another one of my favorites.

A few years ago, the Salomon team came to Summit Boardshop in Lake Elmo, MN. My friends and I went and watched them skate and chilled with them a bit. There was one dude I didn't really talk to, that dude was Harrison Gordon. I really regret not talking to him, but I didn't know who he was at the time. In the coming months I quickly knew who he was due to the storm he was creating in the industry. I quickly fell in love with Harrison's unique style. He kinda has the "hands in the air" style that everyone hates on. But he is an exception; he really rips that style in a really good way. Last season, he had an awesome unofficial video part. This season in Retrospect Harry's first "real" video part. It was a mix of different jibs and his awesome style, but I wanted to see more; it was a little on the short side.

Jake Kuzyk had the ender, and he deserved it. He has definitely grown into one of my favorite to watch. In his part, he had some of the smoothest presses I have ever seen. He also hits the most unique rails in the video. Jake adds a decent amount of powder shots as well with equal style as his rail stuff. I won't say too much about his part.

Overall, this video was really fucking sick. Definitely recommended, just like all of the Videograss films. They do a really good job enlisting the riders and making solid ass videos. Every one is an instant classic. I hope Videograss stays around for a long time because they're videos are the best, and I love them.

Videograss B-Footy parts

Jed's throwaway footy from Shoot The Moon

JED ANDERSON FULL PART: Throwaway Footy from VIDEOGRASS on Vimeo.

CLICK HERE for Jake Kuzyk's throwaway part from Retrospect

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Friday, August 26, 2011

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Girl eats shit... Why does she have a basket on the bike you might ask?

My prediction of how this shit went down... literally. Story time ladies and gentleman. So Elaine was invited to a picnic down by the lake. She packed her lunch, blanket, and napkins into her handy ass basket on her bike. She was leisurely biking to the lake when she got a text from her friend telling her she's the last one there and an hour late. Elaine freaked tits and put that bitch into the highest gear possible. She was going mach 10. She reached the hill and realized she cut her brake wires in order to fit her basket on the handle bars. After reaching a top speed of 60 mph, Elaine lost all control of her bike, flew by her friends at the picnic, and flew off the dirt mound her friends built while waiting for her tardy ass. Way to pack down that dirt mound Elaine, looks like you'll be eating soggy sandwiches. Luckily one of your friends caught you on tape!

Sunday, August 14, 2011