MIA Skate Shop proudly welcomes new team riders Alex Yurrita, Mikey Higuera & Josh Narvaez to the family. Filmed & edited by Mikey Bueso
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…
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
Sometimes you just have to Do It Yourself…just like they are doing in Miami. Take a look at the “Introduction” video about Miami’s Grand Central Park DIY spot. Quit bitching, get organized, and make it happen. Make sure to check out all of the other videos and subscribe to DIYMIAMI‘s channel while you are there.
Check out this killer little edit of some of the MIA Skateshop crew and friends skating Grand Central Park. Grand Central is a new D.I.Y. project in downtown Miami that has been growing by the day thanks to some generous donations and the hard work of the local skateboarders. Featuring: Johnathan Alvarado, Ariel Alvarado, Rafael Lynch, Lazaro Reyes, Danny Fuenzalida, Jon Baragwanath, Manny Benitez, and more…
Volunteers is raw Miami street skating featuring: Josh Narvaez, Manny Benitez, John Baragwananth, Danny Fuezalida, Paul DeOliveira, Koki Loaiza, Richie Zuczek, Jimmy Lannon, Jason Spivey, Curtis Rapp, Zach Dykes, Eric Torres, Joel Meinholz, Alex Yurrita, Rene Perez.
Filmed and Edited by Mikey Bueso.
Politic in Miami features the Politic team skating in Miami with the newest addition to the team…Danny Renaud.
The most recent installment of SLAP Magazine’s infamous GX1000 series finds the crew in the streets of Miami. GX1000 FOR MIA features: Al Davis, Richie Zuczek, Danny Renaud, Yonnie Cruz, Jose Velez, Chris Blake, Jimmy Lannon, Christian Lizendo, Ben Gore, Jake Johnson and Danny Fuenzalida.
Here is footage of the 2013 Clash of the Crews Presented by Vans @ SPoT. Teams from all over Florida and beyond competed for the fame and ($1,000) fortune. In the end, the Graffiti Skate Zone team from Palm Bay, Florida took home 1st place. The final results and some photos can be found here.
Flatspot Boardshop team rider Jerry Cadet just dropped this mini-part…all switch. Enjoy.
Filmed by Jack Turner
Edited by Rob Ratner
Ryan Ward and Charlie Cassidy…60 seconds in Miami.
Filmed and Edited by Rob Ratner.
MIA Skateshop team rider Koki Loaiza spent the summer skateboarding in Sweden.
Filmed and Edited by Martin Hallberg.
Mickey O’Keefe Acid Drops South Florida is full of thunderclouds, palm trees, pastel colors, crusty spots, and ripping street skating. Proper south Florida part right here.
Filmed and Edited by Mike Suhor
The Fla Story 2 is full of Tampa Bay area rippers.
Filmed and Edited by Cam Simon.
Myami is full of classic raw footage out of Miami, Florida between 1999-2000. Featuring, in order of appearance: Matt Cantor, Joel Meinholz, Andre Lazama, Arto Saari, Paul Diaz, Paul DeOliveira, Jamey Azelvander, Janca Arias, Oscar, Ian O’Connor, and Lindsey Robertson with Jon Allie, Jamie Thomas, and Adrian Lopez.
Filmed by Matt Chambers.
MIA Skateshop has a Kwik Stop with team riders Manny Benitez and John Baragwanath.
Filmed and Edited by Mikey Bueso.
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.
The Floridians are killing it out west in GX 1000 #5 from SLAP Magazine.
Filmed and Edited by Ryan Garshell.
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
The final leg of Slap Magazine’s Map Masquerade Tour takes the crew through Florida. Alex Davis, Max Van Arnem, Dylan Perry, Chris Jata, Jereme Knibbs, James Coleman, Yonnie Cruz, Richie Zuczek, Kevrick Evans, Danny Fuenzalida, Mikey Perez, Nick Panza, Mark Suciu and Jake Johnson skate some of the most creative and unique spots you’ve ever seen.
Filmed & Edited by Ryan Garshell.
Check this killer footage of the *AMMO* X MIA Collab and the Bum Rush The Spot event from a couple weekends ago down in Miami.