Theories of Atlantis put together almost 20 years of raw footage for Joel Meinholz’s 40th birthday….enjoy over seven minutes of straight power skating from the Mayor of Miami.
Jerry Fowler always had such a rad style. Stoked to see some recent footage of him in Orchard Skateshop’s latest video Stone Soup.
Theories of Atlantis just released Joel Meinholz’s part from MIA Skateshop’s first ever full-length, Welcome to MIA. Welcome to MIAwas released in 2010 and easily is one of the best videos to ever come out of Florida…it is a must have for your permanent collection. Joel’s part is beastly…enjoy!
Filmed and Edited by Josh Stewart.
I have been stoked on Joel’s skating for a long time. So, when there were, what seemed to be long periods of time that new footage of Joel was hard to come by, it left me wondering when I would get to see more. Then, in 2010 when Welcome to MIA, the MIA Skateshop video came out, I was pleasantly surprised to see that Joel was skating just as hard and raw as ever. Since that time, Joel seems to be everywhere. Between new footage, new sponsors, and promoting events through IamYourVillain & Bum Rush The Spot, he seems to be unstoppable. – Nicks
Joel Meinholz with some high-speed parking garage fun in this new HOPPS commercial.
Filmed by Mikey Bueso
Edited by Theories of Atlantis
Joel Meinholz and Keegan Sauder get Clip of the Day over at Lowcard Mag with this little mini-ramp sesh.
Damn…it’s been a long time since there has been any new Steve Brandi footage floating around! Steve is the newest addition to the HOPPS roster, and they would like to welcome him with this smooth clip.
Bum Rush The Spot 2011 Presented By Vans was a couple of weeks ago in Miami. Three different spots, $100 Best Trick Contest at each spot. The three spots in order were: Cement Halfpipe, Key Biscayne Bank to Ledge, and the Allapattah 2 Up 3 Down. Also sponsored by IamYourVillian, Flatspot Boardshop, MIA Skateshop, OJ Wheels, Independent Trucks, Lowcard Mag, Bones Bearings, and Hopps Skateboards. Check out the ripping that went down! Filmed and Edited by Mikey Bueso.