This is the remainder of my Las Vegas footage. Stay tuned for the next chapter in Long Beach. - Tony Rivituso.
Filmed by Travis Swindle & Walt Austin.
Previously: Cheezy Feet - Still Cheezy 2021 - featuring Tony Rivituso, Blake Payne, Robby Mo, Jordan Taylor, Polly Morris, Evy Ev, Mikey Mendoza, Derek Macias, John Copeland, Jake Dotson & Brian Long.
The Shock Video, Sections on Youtube - PLAY:
Derek Henderson |
Casey Baggozi |
Montage 2 |
Hayden Ball |
Montage 3 |
BJ Bernhardt |
Jay G |
Colorado Roadtrip |
Montage 4 and Anthony Gallegos |
Jeremy Soderburg |
Danny Malm |
Montage 5 |
Montage 6 |
Taig Khris |
John Vossoughi |
Thomas McGovern |
Anders Carlson Wee |
Fallon Heffernan and Montage 7 |
Tony Rivituso |
Vegas Montage |
Michael Garlinghouse |
The Big Shocker |
Kevin Yee |
Outro and Credits |
Full Video &
Leftovers on Vimeo:
Jeremy Soderburg |
Anthony Gallegos |
Los Angeles -
The Shock Video, featuring full parts from: Kevin Yee, Derek Henderson, Michael Garlinghouse, Tom Bistro, BJ Bernhardt, Danny Malm, Thomas Mcgovern, John Vossoughi, Tony Rivituso, Casey Bagozzi, Winston Wardwell, Peanut, Anthony Gallegos, Jerm Soderburg, Fallon Heffernan, Hayden Ball & Taig Khris.
Also featuring: Quintin Lamb, Sean Salazar, Crob, Alex Nunez, Jeph Howard, John Bolino, Alex Broskow, Ben Weis, Anthony Williams, Pat Leal, Brandon Smith, Keaton Newsome, Boozeman, TY Cuff, Gavin Drumm, Erik Bill, Erik Bailey and more.
Official Sunday Brunch Sunday Brunch Presents: Walt Austin - 40 Y’all. Edited by Mike Mcmullen. Filmed by: Brandon Giffen, Tim Reiff, Tony Rivituso in 2021, Las Vegas, NV.
Iain Mcleod - 0ctober 2021, park session in Las Vegas (Nevada).
Las Vegas local, Tony Rivituso, makes a pact with dark gods and gains the power to slay skateparks and stuff.
Good times and a few bad busts with the Salt Lake and Vegas boys. Filmed by Mykel Fatali, Dan Bird and Cody Lampman.
Video on Vimeo: PLAY.
Featuring Mykel Fatali, Cody Lampman, Tad Tregeagle, Chris Napoleon, Dan Bird and Tony Rivituso.
Tony Rivituso takes to the streets of Vegas on the Derek Henderson pro wheel from Fester Wheels. - Brett Austin Walters.
Video Offline. Shot on the Digital Bolex D16 with a grimey Som Berthiot 12-120mm f3.3 by Brett Austin Walters. Music: Ty Segall Band – Diddy Wah Diddy.
When most people think of Vegas they think of the Strip, neon lights, gambling… the asshole of America. Is this an accurate picture? As a local, how do you relate to this picture?
The area that consists of Las Vegas is huge (the strip being a small fraction of the city), and this isn’t counting the surrounding cities of Henderson and Boulder City. It’s like a 50 square mile island surrounded by desert instead of water. There are a considerable amount of skate spots that have been found and even more uncharted territory to be conquered. So physically, I would say no…
As far as the caliber of people, I would say that “asshole of America” is a fairly accurate description. Fortunately, the niche of people that I am blessed to be involved with on a regular basis is very down to earth. Outside of that, I find it difficult to meet people here that don’t trip my douche bag alarm some way or another. My particular favorite is the mutated-westcoastern-guido breed that seems to be ever prevalent in these parts.
Being a local in the city that never sleeps has its advantages though. Since it’s a 24 hour city, we have no last call. Most bars don’t even close. It rarely rains, hence it being a desert. If out-of-towners visit, we have a wide variety of goofy attractions to offer (i.e. Bellagio water show, Helicopter rides to the Grand Canyon, Rooms with wall to wall trampolines.) It’s kind of bittersweet; I love and hate this place. […]
We skated with Tony Rivituso for a week in California and a few sessions in Las Vegas. - Dom West. Video on Youtube: PLAY.
Music: The Oscillation – Liquid Memoryman. Thanks Kato. Facebook Thread
Tony Rivituso - Interview on Remz.com (2009)
Whatup Tony, introduce yourself plz
My name is Tony Rivituso, I am 25 years old (26 in November!) and have been skating for 10+ years. I’ve been known to grom out on “insert bad-ass pro’s name here” now and then, and I’ll always respect what the legends have done for our sport. But it’s the homies that always inspire me to skate the hardest.
How is the Rolling scene in your beautiful city?
I live in Las Vegas right now with my two roommates Brett Walters and Jeremy Cloe. We’re the resident blade house so if you’re out here, hit us up! Vegas has a pretty healthy scene with a lot of younger dudes holding it down for the next generation. […]
Interview on Remz.com (saved on Archive.org).