Nyjah Huston’s new Video was expected to be a banger part. And guess what…
IT IS A BANGER PART…
Personally I think, this is the end of the line, It can’t go any harder than this, right?
If you didn’t see Nyjah’s (Silver Trucks, Ricta Wheels, Mob Grip, FKD Bearings) Part yet, shame on you!
If you saw it already check out the raw and uncut version.
The last week I’ve been traveling up and down Southern California with Fabio Martin, Elias Buess and Lars Eugster, the winners of the Swiss Red Bull DIY Contest.
As one of the highlights, besides skating at the Berrics or the Tumyeto Miniramp was the Red Bull Triple Set Contest on the rooftop of the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego.
Simon Stricker (Flip Skateboards, Silver Trucks, Bones Wheels, Bones Bearings, Mob Grip, Red Bull, Vans Volcom) who was joining us on the trip, could enter the competition and ripped the qualifications
unfortunately this wasn’t good enough and Simon had to watch the Finals with us.
Thanks Red Bull, for the amazing trip!
Not the newest video but still worth watching it! Just amazing how Dave Bachinsky (FKD Bearings) enjoys destroying his mini ramp(s).
Nyjah Huston (Silver Trucks, FKD Bearings, Ricta Wheels) is on fire. Like it, or hate it. This kids is rippin’ and he’s pushing the limits like no other skater these days.
Winning so far all 3 Street League Contests this year, he’s probably is getting some mad cash, but honestly, I think he deserves it!
Check this sick 3m Gap to BS Nosebluntslide on a doublekink Handrail. Looks easy right? Get yourself into his view, running up for that trick. uuuuuhhh, that scares the shit outta me…
If you’re a Skateboarder who lives in a cold country but you’re not into Wintersports, Snow usually put a frown on your face.
Dave Bachinsky (FKD Bearings) decided not to get too affected by the snow, got his crew together and dried the run up for a handrail with a flame thower.
I guess it’s the 1st trick on a street handrail covered in snow.
Actually, a flame thrower, should be in every skaters backpack. Once in a while it might become as handy as a T-Tool 😉