The Weekly Stoken #39
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A couple of weeks ago the crew of diablas sobre ruedas (devils on wheels) invited me to the fanzine project volume 1 and the first thing that came to my mind was Is this a dream? I could not believe that this girl was fulfilling a dream of being a roller and appearing in a magazine where in the future she will be able to share it with her children and her children's children. On the other hand, I didn't imagine that being 26 years old I could stand out, since I've only been skating for 4 years.
Alone in Madureira. I arrived to skate in this park that is 13 km or so from my house and had no one. Dangerous haha, because of robberies. But great for recording. I did this 1 hour session after working out leg. The skateboard just doesn't get off the ground hahaha. I still had some obstacles with my bike, but in the end everything worked out. I'm in a new phase of my life. More focus, new videos. I'm losing weight, exercising every day. I'm happy again! And I'll be creating more and more content around here, I hope you enjoy!
Last Sunday we had a session with Mishi, a friend from the neighboring city who knows how to fly like an eagle! Check him out.🔥
Haven't skated flatground at all lately, mostly focused on my ledge game and today I decided to change that so I set up a new board, drived to the DIY and started practicing my flatground tricks over a tiny gap!
Hey guys! Welcome to TWS Skatecrew Skateboarding Sesh Part #73. Our skateboarding sesh last Saturday it's fun but a little bit disappointed because we stopped to skate early because of the bad weather. When I arrived in Teresa, Rizal the sky is clear so I thought we had a very good day but suddenly the blue sky turned into a dark sky because of the storm. Gido and Kian came out of nowhere we still managed to skate for a couple of hours. When we felt the storm close to us we stopped to skate and started to pack our things before the heaven rains pour on us. Well, what happened to us last Saturday is not a surprising thing because we've been experiencing that kind of situation for a decade.
Today I was accommodating my tricks folder, and I really saw the amount of good tricks that I had recorded and I did not hesitate to create a video with the best tricks that I have been able to drop.
9 days ago @kike.adventure post an awesome blog of the crew skating a Guanajuato downhill. The blog was full of epic pictures where you could felt the vibes of our crew an mexican sunsets. Well here's the unmissable video of that day.
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