Orchard Skate Shop in Boston has been holding their scene down for years now, and just blessed us with their second video, Stone Soup, and even uploaded it to the Thrasher website for us! Our guy Kevin Coakley has a nice section in it too, so enjoy below!
Zach Lyons and his boy Zach Dykes shralp some rugged northeast spots in a creative style set to one of the most rugged and raw Wu bangers ever recorded by the man, the GZA, in this local Washington, D.C. Part. Bring out the gimp.
Our man Paul Shier skated some spots with Daniel Castillo in his neighborhood of LA in this Off The Grid from the fine folks at The Berrics! Paul and Dan string some slick lines together to a jazzy tune and they make a dynamic, intercontinental duo in this one.
Zach Lyons is already doing huge things by getting on Magenta, now he’s jumped aboard the Coalatree Organics ship. Making great clothes, all weather gear, even tents and bags for growing organic veggies in, we’re thrilled to see the connection. Check the intro video below, and get excited to go green and skate Baltimore.
As you’ve probably noticed, we do not add new team riders very often. In fact, since Broadcast Wheels began 3 years ago, we’ve pretty much stuck with the same dedicated tribe of individuals that helped start the brand. But every now and then, a skater will come along that proves to be a perfect fit for the brand- and they are usually homies with someone on the team. Thus is the case with the latest addition to our family.
To celebrate the release of Brian Lotti’s Broadcast wheel, we are giving you the chance to win a set for yourself. Head over to @berrics on Instagram and answer our trivia question and we will hook up three lucky people who answer correctly with a set of Brian’s wheels for themselves and a Broadcast t-shirt. Contest ends April 12, 2013.