Posts Tagged ‘san francisco’
Me and Ryan Stevens took our buddy Max Manning to Oakland for the weekend to retrieve Brian Freeman and John Vossougs. Good times, Good people, hella bladin. – Eric Balle.
V is the fifth team video from the Valo Skate Brand documenting the skating and travels of some of the best professional skaters and their homies across the globe.
The whole gang returns to premiere their video at the historic Victoria Theater in San Francisco‘s Mission District, a neighborhood that’s never short on a wiling good time.
Quoting Greg Mirzoyan:
Being on Tour for 10 days without really knowing cities has been quite an experience, Ben and I went to the USA for a tour, using our skates to move around the cities and discover the place in our own way.
Starting off in San Francisco, we had a lot of fun skating around the streets since the center isn’t that big for a US city and of course the funniest part was bombing down the hills!
We stayed 3 days in SF and I think the only thing we were not prepared for was the wind (sometimes pretty cold) especially since we came to the states with our summer clothes.
We also got kicked out from the financial district a few times but that’s it, the rest of the time was great and we sure left some polyurethane at the bottom of those hills!
The idea behind this video (and the 3 others which will follow during this month) is to show the travel/adventure as we experienced it ourselves… differently than usual!
Hope you will enjoy this first episode. – Greg.
Quoting Arsene Jurman:
This is the teaser of my new video 87 DAYS, which will be on the well at the end of July 2012.
87 Days is a sort of documentary which shows my point of view and my adventures along my travel in San Francisco.
Song: SCYFA – Solar Chant.
Song: Edward Sharp And The Magnetic Zero – Home.
Hardware: Canon GL2, Canon T3i (18-55+fisheye), GoPro HD Hero 2.
Quoting Bruce Bales:
Tyler Noland has officially relocated to San Francisco, California. Luckily, I got a chance to visit with him, my dad, and Brian Krans two weeks after Tyler got there.
My trip was short, but I had a great time exploring S.F. with two very close friends. Tyler’s start in San Francisco has gone very smoothly.
He got a job after just nine days of living there and is beginning to gain recognition as “Tyler the Destroyer,” as Erick Garcia, president of JSF, puts it. […] Full Article.