Naquan Rollings released a new edit on YouTube. Mostly L.A. stuff, with a bit of New York. Features all the staple characters from Naquan edits, and an impeccable transition from Sada Baby to MF Doom, whose MM..Food album has been #trending a bit as of late…
Torn to shit by weather and use, bondo’d back to functionality, and still standing — the Trenton Banks have to be one of the longest-standing O.G. New Jersey spots at this point. Phat House dropped a “10 Years of Trenton Banks” covering a greatest hits of their crew’s footage at the spot, and including a young Ishod Wair doing something obviously insane.
Simple Magic released an updated version of its Skaters With Glasses Power Ranking, which can’t resist the easy puns like “he may need glasses, but [Diego] Todd’s vision is 20/20 when it comes to finding and figuring out interesting, unassuming, and downright dangerous skate spots.”
Jeff Cecere’s latest feels like a nice palette cleanser after the onslaught of Skateboard Oscars Season™. Mostly filmed in New York, with lots of deep dives for spots, the continuation of the Polish Ledges’ 2022 Renaissance, and banks protruding from places you hadn’t even noticed had banks — Mind How You Go is a perfect way to close the lid on a month of skate videos worthy of a ESPN 30 For 30.
Features parts from Zac Gavin, Max Maffucci, Nate Grzechowiak, Tristen Ramirez and an incredible ender part from Johnny Cumaoglu (not to mention a surprise Bronze section held down by Mark Humienik, Dick Rizzo, Josh Wilson and Grady Smith.) Filmed and edited with precision by Jeff Cecere.
Seeing someone do a line where they walk up the five after the two-up-four-down at the Jersey City Post Office still gives me a fuzzy feeling on the inside. Shout out to one of the greatest little kid spots on the east coast.