Team Pain Skateparks recently finished the renovations of the historic Bro Bowl in Tampa, Florida. Here’s some footage of Nick Wallace, Niels Bennett, Rob Wooton, Jereme Knibbs, Derick Glancy, Kanaan Dern, and Alejandro Burnell testing out the park!
The latest “Firing Line” from Thrasher Mag made possible by The Shop Skateshop filmed by Frank Branca @frankbranca.
This thing looks like hours and hours of fun. Check out the First Session on the Red Curb at The Boardr Headquarters in Tampa for some daily inspiration.
Dean Donnini and crew in the streets of Lakeland, Florida with Frank Branca behind the lens.
Rob Welsh, Dylan Witkin, and Frankie Heck were in town last weekend representing Expedition One at the Skatepark of Tampa’s Annual Harvest Jam All-Ages Contest. Check out the SPoT Life edit chronicling their weekend, including footage of the contest, a Lake Vista Skatepark sesh, and street skating in St. Pete with a heavy local crew.
Check out master lensman, ripping skateboarder, and all-around genuine human being Frank Branca’s Film Reel courtesy of the RIDE Channel.
It’s All That is a really rad new homie montage from Frank Branca featuring: Pat Steiner, Aaron Austin, Kevin Coakley, Yonnie Cruz, Ben Eubank, Nick Babich, Chris Blake, and many, many more…
This was a killer day. Huge thanks to The Boardr for the hospitality. Check HiDef Joe’s footage of Southbound and Down, The Boardr’s first ever event at their Tampa HQ.
Frank Branca is absolutley killing it with these Franks For Nothing edits. The latest installment features Abdias Rivera, Jereme Knibbs and Sam Bellipanni killing some street spots in Lakeland, FL. Check out some photos of the adventure here.
In the latest episode of Franks for Nothing, Sean Conover, Keith Gibbs, and John Stowe hit some good ‘ole crusty spots in Gainesville, FL while dodging the impending rain.
In the most recent Cruise Control from the Skatepark of Tampa, the crew loaded up in the van and headed to Orlando. Street skating, a session at Midtown Skatepark, and the 2013 Surf Expo made for a fun, skating-filled weekend. Check it out…
The Skatepark of Tampa’s newest show Cruise Control is an excuse to load the crew into the SPoT van for the day and see what they can get themselves into. Amidst their travels, they will be giving out skateboards to worthy recipients courtesy of Boards for Bros. The next Cruise Control destination is this weekend in Orlando for Surf Expo and a session at Midtown Skatepark. Email email@example.com if you have an upcoming event or would like the SPoT crew to cruise through your town next.
In this episode of SPoT On, the Skatepark of Tampa crew made a trip down to Miami for a contest at Grand Central Park, Miami’s DIY skatepark. While they were there they caught up with resident pro Danny Fuenzalida, one of the dedicated people responsible for making the park a reality.
The latest installment of Franks For Nothing features Chris Blake, Aaron Austin, and Danny Fuenzalida putting in a full day of skating in the streets of downtown Orlando.
Undercover Skateshop in Ft. Pierce, FL held their 5th bi-monthly mini-ramp contest on June 14th. A bunch of central Florida’s usual suspects, including No Comply riders Ashton Dohany and Nick Murphy made the trip and put on a clinic.
Filmed by Tyler Martin. Edited by Frank Branca.
Franks For Nothing is a new feature on www.skateparkoftampa.com from local skateboarder/ videographer Frank Branca. Take a look at the first episode which features Chris Jata, Dustin Eggling, and Robbie Kirkland, skating in the streets of Tampa. Enjoy.
Kevin Perez put together an unbelievable edit of Orlando local Freddie Tan footage from 2010-2011. Really, really impressive skating here…wow…enjoy.
Filmed & Edited by Kevin Perez
Additional Filming by Frank Branca
Gator Board Shop in Sebring, Florida is premiering its third full length video, Gator Done, on November 19th. In the meantime, peep the trailer here:
Filmed and Edited by Frank Branca
Traffic Skateboards lastest Traffic Report features Lakeland, FL local Pat Steiner shredding some Florida spots. Edited by Frank Branca.