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For the past couple of years, he's been a word-of-mouth phenomenon. "You gotta see this guy skate," is what people kept saying. Well, this Friday everyone will get to see him. We're looking forward to this one.

You know it's true street skating when a line involves fresh asphalt and a couple of manhole covers.

Cacka's Bob Reynolds is not just nimble for his size (225?) he spends more time in the streets than kids half his age. Happy birthday, Bob! 

You're going to get a lot of pros and rippers when you make a homie video in the Long Beach, CA area. Tum Yeto contributed a whole part, including Provost, Servold, Layton, Leabres, Templeton, Jaws, and many others.

Jesus lets a ranger get beat up, Nyjah has a pool party, and Gary thanks Jay Adams in today's episode of Skateline.

You'd be amazed at what these young bucks can accomplish in a couple hours. Well done, kids. The future looks bright...

Torey's abilities are so crazy that it seems he can stomp any trick he wants. He can also flip-in or flip-out or link it to another trick or do all of the above. This guy is a true board control legend.

This bowl has plenty of room but Brad skates so fast that he's able to hit one wall right after another. That nosegrind!

You gotta give credit where it's due: this downhill format injected a lot of speed and gnarliness into the usual contest scene. Here's Raven Tershy, Nick Merlino, Alec Majerus, Kelvin Hoefler, the incredible Ryan Sheckler and many others.

Ali Boulala lived in Lyon for many years and filmed a lot of his Flip "Sorry" video part there in '01 and '02.

Downtown Portland went off all weekend. Closed down the streets, built the course in one night and kicked it off with the Best Trick. Alec and Kelvin got buck!

Trick selection, power, style - Jake has it all,  and then some. This video part makes you wanna blast over something.

This quick and raw edit gives you a glimpse into the life of one of skating's rad characters. Also includes Stefan Janoski, Jimmy Cao, and others. The drop-in plunge with Jake Johnson at 0:37 is sick.

He's one of the most innovative and exciting skaters out there today. This will not consist of "extras," trust us. It's a ripping full part, dropping Monday, which is its own project and is a prequel to the ultra-anticipated Plan B video.

Some skaters just know how to use every inch of the transition. There's not a split second of wasted momentum here.

"Explosive" is the word that comes to mind. We're really looking forward to this part tomorrow...

Precision snap and a perfect flick are required to switch flip this famous spot. As seen in the September 2014 mag.

We didn't know what to expect from this tour vid. But you can't go wrong with a focus on incredible ditch terrain and fun, unique skating.

Jake knocks out four tricks on a three-stair ledge on his way to a full part this Friday.

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