Alex Broskow and Adam Johnson spent 11 days skating, biking, walking, and driving throughout the New York City area in search of unique and classic spots for this profile. What was captured is in our opinion a representation of how to truly skate in New York City.
This profile marks the launch of our video on demand series that will cover the entire Vibralux Denim family and end with a team video. The goal is to create a profile over the course of a little over a week, edit the part, and enable kids to purchase it online. Initial split of the proceeds are 60% to the profiled skater, 20% to the filmed and editor, and 20% to the travel budget for the team video (up to $1,500 total) after costs (design, travel, music, etc.)
We hope you choose to support your favorite skaters, support the projects we release, and keep videos like this coming out on the regular. The link to purchase is found below. We hope you enjoy watching as much as we enjoyed making this.
I chat with Adam Johnson about the future of Vibralux, Dead Wheels, KFC, Street Artist, VideoWorld. Taking responsibility for our industry/ culture and how heavy the bond becomes when you walk the line of life and death with your friends. – Kevin Dowling.
A quick cut of the events that happened at the first annual Motor Town Classic featuring skating from Don Bambrick, John Bolino, Alex Broskow, Erik Bailey, David Sizemore, and Brian Weis. – Adam Johnson (Youhatetoloveit.com).
Don Bambrick wrecking havok at the lofts. This is some weird shit to have to skate in the winter. Wish he would move somewhere with jobs where he could train all year… Loved it. Can’t wait to read the RN comments too! – Adam Johnson.
Alex Broskow skates at The Secret Lair in Lawrence, KS. Short winter session to promote the Tenure Jacket for Vibralux Denim, in stores and online now. Giant thanks to Seed Co for the space and to Sean Kelso for ramping.
Michael Garlinghouse should seriously be pro now, check out his ditch the bucket edit online somewhere and tell me I’m wrong. This guy fucking rips and represents all my favorite parts about skating and great people. – Adam Johnson.