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.
The latest SPoT On from the Skatepark of Tampa features Ex-Pro, O.G. Tampa local, and MIA Skateshop owner Ed Selego.
Global Skateboard Media has a new Moments on their site featuring Miami-based photographer Matt Roy. Matt shoots some really amazing images and has had the Miami scene covered single-handedly for quite a while now. Take a look…
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.
Killer edit of Grand Central Park in Miami from Zach Birns featuring: Elijah McNevich, Dylan Perry, Chris Blake, Lester Cepero, Markus Jalaber and Roman Friday. .
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.
Danny Fuenzalida and Dango Skate Miami – A to B from the RIDE Channel.
Miami-based photographer Matt Roy filmed some clips with his iPhone at Grand Central Park in downtown Miami recently. Featuring Rene Perez, Danny Fuenzalida, Abe Bethel, Will Gomez, AJ Petit, Mike Mancini & Jesse Vilamor.
Sick little edit of the Go Skateboarding Day edition of Bum Rush The Spot at Miami’s Grand Central Park D.I.Y.
Filmed and Edited by Ismael Gaitan.
Ismael Gaitan has rad new edit from the Grand Central Park DIY spot in Miami, featuring a bunch of the usual suspects.
Bones Bearings spent a week with Think Skateboards pro and MIA Skateshop team rider Danny Fuenzalida skating Miami.
MIA Skate Shop and Coral Morphologic are psyched to announce the release of a series of skateboard decks featuring the photography of three different fluorescent corals that call Miami their home. The collaboration is a logical extension of Coral Morphologic’s view of Miami as the Coral City. A city whose cement buildings are metaphorical monuments to the fossilized remains of an ancient coral reef that once ran through it. Skaters will now be able to skate through a city of coral (recycled as concrete) on boards that reflect its bio-geologic past, present, and future. Miami, a city where vertebrate and invertebrate life-forms are forever bonded through calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate skeletons that were once enveloped with fluorescent coral tissue now form the foundation for a neon metropolis that mirrors its coral reefs. A metropolis with an Atlantean destiny, where corals will one day recolonize the streets and buildings as their own.
– Coral Morphologic (May, 2013)
Featuring: Lazaro Reyes, Joel Meinholz, Deion’dre De Veaux, Tristan Trout, John Baragwanath, Rafael Lynch, Ed Selego, Paul DeOliveira, Koki Loaiza & Danny Fuenzalida
MIA Skateshop Skates Bradenton Riverwalk Skatepark features: Danny Fuenzalida, Rene Perez, Rafael Lynch, Deion’dre De Veaux, John Baragwanath, Lazaro Reyes, and a guest appearance by TJ Sparks.
Filmed & Edited by: DJ Brethauer.
MIA Skateshop has a killer little edit for the release of their “Heavenly” Pack featuring team riders: Danny Fuenzalida, Ed Selego, Rene Perez, John Baragwanath, and Rafael Lynch.
MIA Skateshop would like to welcome its newest generation of rippers to the team with this edit. Featuring: Jonathan Alvarado, Ariel Alvarado, A.J. Petit, Tristan Trout, Deion’dre De Veaux (not shown) & Rafael Lynch.
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.
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
MIA Skateshop team rider and Stereo Skateboards pro Ben Gore cruises the streets of San Francisco in Ride & Relax.
Filmed & Edited by Zach Chamberlin.
Additional Filming by Ryan Garshell.
MIA Skateshop would like to welcome John Baragwanath to the family with this smooth clip. Also, be sure to spend some time navigating around MIA’s recently updated website.
Filmed & Edited by Mikey Bueso.
Joel Meinholz and Keegan Sauder get Clip of the Day over at Lowcard Mag with this little mini-ramp sesh.
MIA Skateshop team rider Brian Delatorre is now riding Habitat Skateboards. Could this dude skate any faster? Brian’s got one of the sickest styles out.