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What can I say about Rob Zbranek? This is the 3rd video section we’ve done together and by far my favorite.
Just when Rob hits the age most bladers are either done or drastically declining, Rob seems to be more on point with his style and spot selection than ever.
Even though a bike wreck took him out of the last 2-3 months of filming, he was able to come through with this badass section. – Anthony Medina.
Song: The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Can You See Me? Visit Onpointblading.com.
quoting Anthony Medina:
Small taste of what’s to come. I’m not a big fan of the word “leftovers“, so here are some clips we thought we could spare for an online edit to show Scribe some support.
Additional footage from: Dominic & Damien Garcia, Greg King, & Chaz Mac.
Song: Jel – All Day Breakfast. Photo.
Update (2010-04-18): Rob Zbranek put out this edit in October. Unfortunately someone deleted all of the edits on this Scribe account, and this edit was lost in the mix.
Anthony Medina was kind enough to put some time in and remix the footage and featured this edit back on the Scribe account. Filming & Editing: Anthony Medina ; music By: Awol One & Daddy Kev – Looks Like.
Photo (right): Rugged Pudslide in San Anto. As seen in ONE issue #17.
Filmed & edited by Anthony Medina and Greg King.
Song: Luckyiam – Yearly!
Song: Awol One & Daddy Kev – Looks Like.
Okay, Rob, let’s get this started. What have you been up to these last few months?
Working mad overtime. The air conditioning business in South Texas is almost more than any of the local companies can handle.
Money is good, so I can’t really complain. I’ve been trying to blade when I can throughout the week. Bought my ticket for SDSF Open. Juiced on seeing people I haven’t seen in years.
Being 28 and paying rent takes somewhat of a toll, but I blade hard for the love. Just hope to inspire the younger cats to get in as deep as myself. [..]
Brownsville, Texas skatepark.
South Texas ex-patriots, Jason Reyna and Patrick Leal came down with Rob Zbranek, to skate the local cement park with Ray Soto and friends.