Some of the best dudes, rad spots in historical cities and Future Islands and Foals songs…that’s way too good for just one video.
Much can be said about Madars skating, but there’s no need to since it speaks for itself!
This is his video part on the new Element Am video Future Nature.
These are skateboarding warriors of our time, for whom being jailed inside a warehouse having energy drinks it’s not enough.
Follow this journey to unbury (literally) skateboarding’s deepest roots in Barcelona, and in Europe.
This goes beyond skateboarding and it’s a lesson to the world we’re living right now!
New Max Frion’s part for Lakai Footwear.
Max is a french skater who’s been living in Barcelona for the last 3 years.
9 stair hubba with perfect run up and landing.
The ledge is a little bit high and can get scary/tricky because of the fence and its poles on the side.
This spot is located in the neighborhood Eixample, in the street Carrer de Còrsega and between the streets Carrer de Nàpols and Carrer de Sicília.
Best way to get there is taking the metro to the Sagrada Familia stop in the purple line (L2).The spot is 2 minutes away from the metro stop.
The hubba’s stairs give access to a park that is surrounded by several residential buildings. The noise will be a issue for sure, but as far as I know there are no reports of police calling nor kicking out.
Kevin “Spanky” Long – 180 Nosegrind – Emerica This is Skateboarding
My friend Jeremy Tuffli, partner of many skate sessions during last year here in Barcelona, got this amazing clip in the new Transworld video. Such a rad dude!
AMAZING documentary starring Rick McCrank, Chris Haslam, Keegan Sauder, Silas Baxter Neal, Cairo Foster, John Rattray and Kenny Anderson.
Morgan skating to The Rush in the new Blind video. Half of this part was filmed last year in Barcelona. Probably the most talented skater I’ve ever met!
Javi skating at MACBA to a true classic Rap tune!
Filmed in 2 days entirely in Barcelona, this kid rips!
Such a portrait of skateboarding in Barcelona and Europe in general. It was like 90% filmed in Barcelona with the biggest Barcelona rippers.
Compared to this we’re all just a ridiculous bunch of whiny excuse makers. We should remember this clip next time we grumble about not having a local skatepark and stuff like that…
Today I was riding my bike to work and saw this disgrace.
This was one of the hottest spots from the center of Barcelona in the last months, it is like 30 seconds away from MACBA.
In memory of the dead ledge, here’s one of the best tricks I’ve ever saw going down on it.
Carlos Ribeiro – Switch flip back tail flip out
Video part of Killian Martin entirely filmed in Barcelona. Nice to see the very same spots skated in such a different way.