• This Old Ledge: Grant's Tomb

    This Old Ledge: Grant's Tomb
    Who’s buried at Grant’s Tomb? Not just a former president and his wife (and dog). A more recent and gnarly history lives at this Upper West Side spot, highlighted by Ted Barrow and the rippers who tested the beveled blocks at this exalted NYC staple.
  • This Old Ledge: Pyramid Ledges

    This Old Ledge: Pyramid Ledges
    Some surfaces and settings are seemingly built for skateboarding, inspiring decades of innovation. In our third NYC installment, Ted details the appeal and surprising history of the Pyramid Ledges.
  • This Old Ledge: New York Courthouse

    This Old Ledge: New York Courthouse
    New York City is a treasure trove of Epic Spots and rich layers of history. Ted Barrow takes us through three blocks that boast some of the best terrain in the world. Monumental spots make great skateboarding.
  • This Old Ledge: Brooklyn Banks

    This Old Ledge: Brooklyn Banks
    Few plazas loom as large as The Banks. From the Bones Brigade to Harold Hunter, the sessions that sparked these clips are seared into our minds. Ted Barrow's back to highlight its significance.
  • This Old Ledge: Pier 7

    This Old Ledge: Pier 7
    For over 25 years, Pier 7 has been at the center of technical skating. It’s not just where you are, but who you’re with and how you roll. That code of conduct was forged in the ’90s along San Francisco's waterfront.
  • This Old Ledge: Bay Blocks

    This Old Ledge: Bay Blocks
    Though “The Ribbon” was a doomed project for city government, the stretch of concrete blocks along the Embarcadero further cemented San Francisco’s mecca status in the ’90s and beyond.
  • This Old Ledge: Hubba Hideout

    This Old Ledge: Hubba Hideout
    It’s not just what they did, but where they did it, and what they named it. Hubba Hideout cemented the importance of location more than any other spot. In episode 2, Ted shifts from EMB to the most famous ledge in the history of skateboarding.
  • This Old Ledge: Embarcadero

    This Old Ledge: Embarcadero
    There’s more to the spot than meets the eye. Follow Ted Barrow into the world where skateboarding, architecture and the concrete jungle collide to spark the magic of modern street skateboarding. We start at EMB.
  • New Balance X Enter The Museum Video

    New Balance X Enter The Museum Video
    Tom and Bublitz lock in on LA and uncover the raw potential of the grid’s nitty gritty for NB and Museum.
  • Keyaki Ike's "Flowgressive" Part

    Keyaki Ike's "Flowgressive" Part
    Combining swift ledgework with masterful form, Keyaki unleashes hit after hit of technical brilliance on Japan's dreamy plazas. 
  • Pizza Skateboards' "Stellar Wind" Video

    Pizza Skateboards' "Stellar Wind" Video
    The Pizza team serves up a sturdy appetizer before Rahim fully cooks to close out their newest production.
  • Atiba Jefferson's Vans Photo Show in Paris Recap

    Atiba Jefferson's Vans Photo Show in Paris Recap
    Vans brought out a serious squad to Paris for back-to-back sessions and cultural soirees. Tap in with the team as they scope the streets and link up with Atiba for his big night.
  • ROUGH CUT: Silas Baxter Neal's "Burrow" Part

    ROUGH CUT: Silas Baxter Neal's "Burrow" Part
    Silas poured his heart and soul into the gritty Northwest streets for his Burrow part, with every quick kickflip and hellacious hammer taking its toll. This is what it takes for a SOTY to outdo himself.
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