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What’s left to say? The most likely to be Thrasher Magazine’s 2020 S.O.T.Y. went out again, filmed another video part, and survived. Like, he did not die skating.

Fakie Flip a Bump-To-Bar?

We have been aware of him for some time but his appearance in the last Lotties video really took him Florida Man to one to watch.

No words, like there is no song. Despite that what superlative would we even use to describe Louis Lopez at this point.

Sobriety leads most pro’s back on the path to a productive skateboard life. 12 steps can turn back into 12 stairs again all of a sudden and for AA this has been the second coming of his career.

Yesterday Magnus today Lotties, #trendwatch 2018 continuing the video after the credits have rolled.

Is this a homage to old Girl videos like Mouse and Yeah Right where the credits where a force to be reconned with?
Who knows, who cares, when we get new Reynolds, Hsu, Brady, Spanky, Allen and a “full part” by Dane Barker

Harry Lintell seems to be having a lot of fun in SF, it almost seems that he needed no time adjusting at all. To be honest we don’t know exactly where in Brittain he grew up but it seems like he was born to go down those hills. Check it out for yourself and enjoy.

Harry Lintell, Austin Kanfoush, Matt Gottwig, James Capps, Alex Conn and Sean Greene in “Avenues and Alleyways” a video shot in SF for Spitfire Wheels. Harry is on another level, it seems! S/O to Mister Lintell.

No Spitfire video yet but a slew of parts have come out and this one has it’s moments. The only real problem one could have is that Louie makes it all look too easy.

This new full part does not only show Dennis Busenitz rushing through San Francisco but also several always welcome guest appearances. Especially Marc Johnson ensures some moments of enthusiasm.