GX1000 Premiere Photos
The world premiere of “The GX1000 Video” went off last night at The Chapel in San Francisco. Call us biased, but it’s one of the best videos you’ll ever see. Nothing but raw Skate and Destroy street shredding. Thank you to everyone that made it out for the celebration.
Lakai or die
Lee Berman and Brian Delatorre
Hustle and High Speed
Sciano, Howard, and Alvarez
Ryen Motzek and Tony Manfre
PLAboys: Miika, Jesse, and Alex
Yonnie Cruz, Al Davis, and their home girl
Flaco aka Stevie Perez and his lady—LA up in here
Justine, Al, and Erica
The crowd going dumb
Antwuan on one
Twan feelin' the Bay
Full house ready
Insta moments for days
TV and GX
Probably not a Zumba class
Manchild and GX
Habitat represent: Dela and Davis
Cheers to the GX crew
You know you done good when you get that Erica hug
Rye Beres, Rick Howard, and Daniel Wheatley
EMB in the house: Sam Smyth and Gary Geez
Neckface and Carroll
Andy and the boys
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