Wednesday, January 11, 2017


Those Texas boys have done it again. TX2000 is a new full-length that dropped this weekend, featuring guys like Andy Koke, Mike Dejong, and Matt Ogle. In Andy's own words, "What this video is about is that no matter how real life gets, we can all still do the things we love." The bond these guys have despite life getting in the way (a few of them in school, working full time, or even Matt getting engaged) is one that exemplifies what scootering is all about- the power of friendship. That, and shredding the gnar, which is what all these dudes do. Good shit to these guys for keeping at it and making a dope video!


  1. What happened to the challenge of making a video being published on inside scooters? These days it seems whoever posts the most recent video of them in cuffed khakis with chuck taylors doing a "stylish" flat ground line of them doing tailwhips and heelwhips will be praised on here for their film production and the style the rider brings to the table? Scootering these days isn't even about going big anymore it's about doing stylish tricks and the majority of the videos inside has been posting recently haven't been all that impressing.....

    1. Dude that was a good watch you crazy! Not hatin' just statin'!

    2. I don't know if you overlooked the whole message of the fucking video, but we don't go big because it's not what we want to do, we do what we do because we love doing it. The same argument that you stated for the "park/competition" community, why do you all do kickless whatevers and feel the need to smash as many little tricks in order to impress a judge? Like it really doesn't matter. We all scooter regardless. The reason for this video is to show that no matter how complicated life gets, scootering will always be there. Andy reached out to Jordan to get this idea across, while these guys worked hard on their individual parts offering what they can, you look at it as unfair, and unworthy to be reported on. Please check your ignorance before whinying, because, Inside Scooters is a scootering blog, their bias is at their discretion.

  2. I agree with this kid... scootering's style has changed and everyones doing simple tricks in a stylish way and it's being looked at as bangers. Everyone's got the same tall bars and long decks wearing dad hats so it's hard to see new styles out there other than the one's that have already existed.


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