Greg Lutzka is one of the most accomplished contest skateboarders out there, killing it at Dew Tours, X-Games, and Maloof Cups. However for the rest of the year Lutzka continues to put it down IN THE STREETS! Skate Life x Greg Lutzka…
Cody Mackie has been part of our Australian familie for a while and has killed it in the land down under. Cody recently made the move over to the States to ride supercross. We stopped by the Kawasaki test track and filmed a little edit of Cody in his office.
Chad Reed, Ryan Dungey, Ryan Villopoto, James Stewart, and JAKE WEIMER! Jake has stepped up big this year and turning some heads in the supercross class. Taking a second place in Phoenix and leading a good portion of the race in Los Angeles, Weimer is staying right on the heels of the big four heading into Anaheim 2 this weekend. Check the video we filmed with Jake earlier this week!
Drew Bezanson is fresh off the injured list and back on the bike. Kid is wasting no time getting back to work. Check the videos!
The Las Vegas Dew Tour marks the end of the season for the summer sports. It just so happens that they also scheduled the first Monster Cup supercross for the same weekend in Las Vegas, bringing almost the entire action sports industry to Sin City. We thought it was only fitting that we also bring out Machine Gun Kelly to add to the weekend of raging. Here are some highlights and photos from the weekend…
At just fourteen, Adam Cianciarulo already has a resume that puts most athlete’s careers to shame. He has won multiple amateur national titles, landed on the cover of Racer X, and receives full support from one of the all time best teams in motocross – Pro Circuit Kawasaki. But Adam will never tell you that himself. Adam is one of the most humble and intelligent kids we have ever come across. When he is not riding, he is focused on kicking his friends’ butts in go karts, maintaining his 4.0 GPA, or finding ways to improve his image with the ladies.
AC has been a part of our familie for years now, and while he is still the youngest, he has the maturity that lets him constantly get the invitation to travel and hang with the guys who are almost twice his age. Adam is spending the next three weeks in California getting ready for the Monster Energy Cup race in Las Vegas. It has been about a year since we filmed our last edit with Adam, so we thought this was a perfect time to link up with him and log some video footage. I called the Plan B skateboards filmer Dario Rezk. Dario recently filmed both Torey Pudwill and Paul Rodriguez video parts for Plan B and thought he could provide a unique view on Adam. We spent hours at the Kawasaki test track and got some pretty cool footage. Stay on the lookout for an AC92 edit coming soon….
The Street League Championships are next weekend and we are giving away five pairs of tickets to the event!* Just post your answer to the question below and we will choose five winners at random on Thursday at 5pm! Good luck!
Question: Which Ethika skater placed highest at stop 3 of Street League and how many points did he score?”
*Transportation is not part of the prize. Winners must provide their own transportation to the event.
For the fourth year in a row, Ryan Sheckler brought out the biggest names in action sports, along with some celebrities to raise money for charity in the 4th Annual Sheckler Foundation Celebrity Skins Classic. The tournament was held at Trump National Golf Course in Palos Verdes, pretty close to the X-Games venue. Vern Troyer, Rob Dyrdek, Laker Matt Barnes, Draco Malfroy (Harry Potter), and PGA Tour player (and big motocross fan) Ricky Fowler were some of the big names who came out to raise some money for a good cause. Ethika familie Mason Aguirre, Chad Reed, DIngo, JJ Thomas, Brett Banasiewicz, Steve Astephen, and Andy Bell also came out to kick off X-Games week.
This past weekend the third stop of Street League went down in Glendale, AZ. Only ten guys would qualify for the finals in New Jersey so it was time to step up. Unfortunately our friends Terry Kennedy and Torey Pudwill were hurt and couldn’t skate, but that opened the door to watch guys like Tommy Sandoval and Luan Oliveira KILL IT. Both P-Rod and Ryan qualified for the finals. The arena was full and it was time for the boys to go to work.