Tuesday, September 30, 2014
This was so sick. Jaydin has been on the come up for a while now, and this is definitely going to get him noticed. Tech lines, rail shredding, creativity, and an Issac status ender make this one of the best videos of late. Board hard down heel is so crazy, that trick just shouldn't work but he stomped it and every other trick perfectly.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 2:54 PM
Sunday, September 28, 2014
The Scooter Farm does a lot of cool things for scootering, and these Farmtage's are one of em. Full of rad footage from Scooter Farm riders and homies, this one is super good. Elliot's 270 back lip clips are completely mental.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 12:06 PM
It's crazy how these keep getting better and better. This year we decided to switch up the spots a bit, and added in some more gaps and a different handrail. Each spot had their own challenges (takeoff for the rail was terrible) but somehow these dudes threw down. Don't miss me getting hyped AF at everyone killing it hahah. It was definitely a blast and you are blowing it if you miss it next year.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 11:58 AM
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Been wondering when VHS footage was going to surface in a scooter video. This teaser for an Alchemyst production features some in the beginning before going to some other SD footage. Alchemyst made one of my favorite videos of the year, and from the looks of this teaser it seems the next video will not disappoint.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 2:41 PM
Monday, September 22, 2014
Anton, Ryan, Kevin, and David hooked up and got this edit done recently. Such a treat to watch these guys ride. All of them killed it. Chill edit, with a laid back vibe, and solid riding. Check it out, and be on the look out for some solo edits from these dudes in the future.
DK has been on Sky High for a while now, and recently released this park video to support them. It's been a while since this much Dylan park footy has come out, so enjoy this. Quite refreshing to see him riding his old locals like he used to back in the day.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 5:29 PM
We recently posted Justin's GTLI part, now check out his part in his local production, Stay Fresh. As it's newer, the riding is a bit better than his GTLI part. Combos for days, both in the parks and the streets. I do have to say though, he could not have picked two worse songs to put in a video...song choice has never really been Justin's strong suit.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 5:27 PM
Saturday, September 20, 2014
The all-new Tilt Arc clamps are finally available at Gryndo Scooters! These long-awaited clamps are a new spin on the classic and popular Tilt Double, SCS, and LT pro scooter clamps.
Each Arc clamp is crafted from 6061 heat-treated aluminum, and is profile machined for a superior design that perfectly balances weight and strength. Tilt Arc clamps feature custom bolts and 50% larger threads for an extra dose of clamping power. These clamps are incredibly reliable, and won't let you down in the middle of a shred session. Your scooter will stay dialed and your compression will stay tight, no matter what gets thrown at you. Finally, every Tilt Arc clamp bolt comes pre-applied with anti-seize – yet another layer of protection to ensure the incredible performance that you need.
The Tilt Arc clamp comes in six colors and is available in three versions – the Tilt ARC Double clamp (for oversized bars only), the Arc SCS clamp (with SCS compression and a shim for standard and oversized bars), and the Arc SCS LT clamp (with SCS compression for standard sized bars only). Pick one up today and you'll see why riders the world over have made Tilt their clamp of choice.
Friday, September 19, 2014
I think we all remember Nick's Lucky First Clover part. That era really showed us his "go big or go home" mentality. During the three year filming period for the ScooterZone DVD, Nick wanted to show he can do it all on the streets. So in this part we have some tech ledge stuff, rails, in addition to the hucking down sets we're used to seeing. He also throws in some tech stuff down sets, don't see too many people doing 3 whip bars down 4 blocks.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 12:58 PM
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Talk about a throwback.. Dylan joined Proto over 6 years ago, and this video came out around 2009. It was a hit when it dropped, and it really opened peoples eyes when it came to Dylan's riding. I'm sure Dylan doesn't like this video, but I know a lot of people, including myself, still do. Now a days Dylan rides for Tilt, after making the hard decision to leave his sponsor of over 6 years, Proto. I'm interested to see how riding for Tilt will affect Dylan's riding. They apparently have a lot of new products coming out in the near future.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
We've been posting the parts from the the Bamboozle x Speak Apparel full length, The Harvest, and here's the video in its entirety. The intro is super cool, the editing is on point, music is good, and everyone throws down too. Sit back and enjoy this one.
Posted by Jordan Jasa at 11:56 AM
You know what's cooler than two brothers riding together? Two twin brothers riding together. These two young dudes were recently added to the Scooter Zone Team, and Ryan Gould got together with them to film and edit this video. He see's huge potential in them, and I have to agree, I can see them going a long way. Check it out yourself below.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
|Micro Xtreme complete scooters are now available at Gryndo Scooters! Micro Xtreme (also known as MX) boasts a pretty sweet line-up of pro scooters. From beginners to seasoned vets, MX has freestyle scooters covered with their range of well-built, sleek, and powerful models. Here's a quick run-down of a few of them, which you can get your hands on over at Gryndo.|
MX TrixxThe MX Trixx is Micro Xtreme's entry-level scooter, designed for beginners but built with extremely high-quality parts and sporting some pretty cool and unique design features. The MX Trixx scooter has shorter bars (with backsweep) and a smaller deck, both of which make it a perfect match for younger, smaller riders.
MX Cross NeckIf you're looking to take that next step from a beginner scooter to an intermediate, the Micro Xtreme Cross Neck scooter is a great option. It features a more stylish design, including a downtube that incorporates the eponymous “Cross Neck” construction for enhanced strength and reduced weight. Other features include gusseted handle bars, a machined head tube, and an SCS quad clamp.
MX BenJ SignatureAt the top of the pro scooter food chain sits the Micro Xtreme BenJ Friant signature scooter. BenJ is one of the smoothest, most daring riders in the game today, so you know he doesn't ride just any old scooter. His MX signature edition has an innovative design that includes a distinctive downtube and 3D forged headtube, with cutouts right where they're needed to save weight without taking away any strength or stability. Additionally, the BenJ scooter's bars are some of the biggest available, at a whopping 25” tall and 22.5” wide. When you need pro caliber performance, you call in the pro caliber scooter.