Theories of Atlantis just released their Escape From New York Tour video. Ten days of skating, demos, and shenanigans all over Tampa Bay and Miami. Featuring: Jimmy Lannon, Kevin Coakley, Ben Gore, Piro Sierra, Yonnie Cruz, Dane Brady, and many more. Enjoy.
Theories of Atlantis made Forrest Kirby’s part from the first Static installment available on the interwebs today for your viewing pleasure.
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.
Theories of Atlantis just made the “Northeast” section of Static I available for your viewing pleasure…enjoy.
Theories of Atlantis has an amazing new Time Machine featuring 5-minutes of never seen before footage of Florida ripper Danny Renaud.
RIDE Channel‘s newest episode of SKATE features Tampa, FL with a personal tour from Ryan Clements and the SPoT crew. Things get started at the park, they hit a couple of street spots along the way, stop at The Bricks for some refreshments, and finally end up at the legendary Bro Bowl.
RIDE Channel takes you on a skate-tour of Miami with Mr. Miami himself, Joel Meinholz.
Filmed and Edited by Josh Stewart
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.
RIDE Channel has some more crazy, historical Skatepark of Tampa footage for your viewing pleasure.
The RIDE Channel’s newest SPOTS features the infamous Skatepark of Tampa. The story behind the Skatepark of Tampa is one that is crazy and rich in history, and is one that every skateboarder should hear. The Skatepark of Tampa, has not only done so much for skateboarding in the Tampa Bay area and in Florida, it has been an important part in progressing skateboarding all over the world. Next year, the Skatepark of Tampa celebrates 20 years, it is amazing to think about how far they have come. I don’t think they are going anywhere soon. Enjoy!