BROADCAST WHEELS GIVEAWAY AT THE BERRICS

May 1, 2013

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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.

Broadcast Rider Paul Shier Goes Off The Grid

November 5, 2011

You already watched Kevin Coakley’s Off The Grid video a few weeks ago, right? If not check it here. This time around, it’s Paul Shier and Daniel Castillo getting lost in the jungle. Click here to watch at TheBerrics.com

Kevin Coakley Bangin! @ The Berrics

October 20, 2011

The Broadcast team is bustin some moves! We’ve been waiting for Kevin Coakley’s Bangin vid to come out on The Berrics for some time. Well, it’s finally here and confirms the widespread rumor that Mr. Coakley destroys. Check the full clip here.

Kevin Coakley & Friends Get Off The Grid

October 8, 2011

Over at the Berrics, Kevin Coakley, Brian Delatorre, and Yaje Popson throw a dart at a map and spend a day Off The Grid. Watch the full video here.

Berrics Trajectory Segment 2 of 2

September 23, 2011

“In the early 90′s a dozen companies, armed with very little money, a lot of hard work and a refusal to fail, rose from the ashes of the recession to become the established brands you know today. Now, in the greatest economic hardship our planet has seen since The Great Depression, it seems history is repeating itself. New companies and new projects are surfacing weekly. Trajectory is our way of introducing to you these initiatives as well as the people who have the courage to throw caution in the wind and not be afraid to have it blow back and hit them square in the teeth. Here is Broadcast part two.” — Steve Berra

The Berrics Features Broadcast (Part 1 of 2)

September 13, 2011

“In the early 90′s a dozen companies, armed with very little money, a lot of hard work and a refusal to fail, rose from the ashes of the recession to become the established brands you know today. Now, in the greatest economic hardship our planet has seen since The Great Depression, it seems history is repeating itself. New companies and new projects are surfacing weekly. Trajectory is our way of introducing to you these initiatives as well as the people who have the courage to throw caution in the wind and not be afraid to have it blow back and hit them square in the teeth. Here is Broadcast part one.”  — Steve Berra

The Berrics Goes Public (Kind Of)

August 5, 2011

As usual, we’re  a little late posting this exciting news bit to the blog: The Berrics have opened the first of many (hopefully) skate parks allowing the public to skate terrain that somewhat resembles that which is found in the elusive Berrics park. The opening ceremony was well attended and Paul Shier represented us like a true gent. Check this link for more.

Could You Land This First Try At The Berrics?

July 15, 2011

Speaking of Melcher, here’s one of his Berrics First Try Friday’s from a while back. Just because it’s Friday.

The Berrics Blue: Paul Shier & Kevin Coakley

June 13, 2011

It’s always a pleasure to behold the Blueprint crew skating the Berrics. You’ve likely already seen this, but here is a recent edit from Broadcasters Paul Shier and Kevin Coakley.

Shea Cooper, Los Angeles

June 2, 2011

Shea Cooper gets spotted from the window of a Los Angeles cafe as he navigates the streets on his way to The Berrics. Photo by Brock Mitchell.