Iconic Skate Spot: The legendary ledges at Manhattan Beach, California. Featuring: Mike Murda Johnson, Dustin Latimer, Morgan Peszko, Abdiel Colberg, Beat Schillmeier, Connor O’Brien, Joey G, Sean Kelso, Fallon Heffernan, Vinny Minton, Eric Schrijn, Lyle Shivak, Brandon Campbell, Ranier Piramide, Casey Mcfarland, Mark Wojda, Ron Copeland & Friends.
A compilation by Scoreback (Youtube Channel).
Mark Wojda is known for riding for Create Originals, his profiles with One Magazine, Orange, Genre, and Denial. He’s been off the grid raising a family, but the tallboyz are glad he’s settled down and skating in CT.
Always Next time, a video by Andrew Leverton & Dave Gunn. Additional filming by Ian Hutchinson, Tadd Labozetta, Tyler Knight, Rob Dargiewicz, Colin Fox, Kiko Lo, & Matt Slicox.
Always Next Time (2020) - Full Video - PLAY:
Rob Dargiewicz |
Matt Silcox & Steff Ledger |
Philly Squad |
Ian Hutchinson |
Tadd Labozzetta & the Homies |
Mark Wojda |
Andrew Leverton |
Dave Gunn |
Full Film |
Flashback: Mark Wojda, Eric Foust & Russell Day - Hyphy 1, mixed section.
Music: “C’mon C’mon” by The Von Bondies.
Classic Section. Wake up (2010), a video by Jon Jenkins. Featuring full profiles on Joey Chase (Florida) & Matthias Ogger (Germany). With skating from Mark Wojda, John Bolino, Michael Braud, Cameron Talbott, Matty Schrock, Brad Magnuson, Kc Roche, Vinny Minton, Mike French and many more.
Music: “The Mountain” by Heartless Bastards.
“Genre is Dead” was Genre Wheels last team video before we merged our two companies into the Denial name" - Chris Majette.
Music: Murder by Death – The dessert is on fire.
Signature features the best from the Beast Coast: Alex Nunez, Jeff Dalnas, Mark Wojda, Tim Franken, John Bolino, Franco Cammayo, Billy O’Neill, Dan Breuer, Ryan Many, Crazy Pat Bernat and more.
Last summer I was able to take some time off from work and visit my family and friends on the east coast.
During that time I spent 2-3 weeks in Boston. While in Boston we were able to get some footage together. The majority of this footage came from scoping out spots on our bikes in the city.
Here is the footage that didn’t make the “cut” or wasn’t up to standards with what will be in my upcoming C.O section that I’m currently working on. Enjoy. - Mark Wojda.
Filmed in 2005, released in 2006 by Blake Sandifur.