A funny little video from the RipCity boys! Nothing too exciting though..
A long day searching for skate parks with Dean Paul Dennison, Luke Parkinson, and Ali Kermani. We Also found a new rider Cody Wemmer.
Transcript of the Interview
Q: Hi, we’ve got Scott Love here and let’s learn a little more about him.
Q: So Scott, How are old are you?
SL: I am 22
Q: And Where abouts are you from?
SL: California, USA.
Q: When did you get involded with RipStik, Caster Boarding and get on to the team?
SL: It was about 2006 when my Brother Brian who was also on the team who introduced me to Ollie, and thats how it all started.
Q: Do you have a favourite video out of the first 20 we’ve made so far?
SL: To tell you the truth, ever since the 10-20 those have been the best because we’ve progressed more and more and added more tricks and tricks to it.
Q: Whats your fav trick.
SL: To be honest, I really don’t know. Maybe the Air 360.
Q: Is there anything you want to say to your fans out there on youtube?
SL: Thanks for all the support and everything. All the motivation that your giving me to learn new tricks. Hope you guys learn something from it and keep ripstiking it.
I thought I’d show you guys were cater boarding has come from. This is the first “RipStik Video” from Razor / RipCity, way back in 2007. As you can see, compare it to the video in the post below (the latest RipStik Video) you can see how far the sport has progressed. The tricks people are doing are much more complex and are “bigger.” Take a look and let us know your thoughts about the progression of the sport in the comments.
These guys are really pushing the Caster Board sport (and the RipStik brand). We’re starting to see a lot of skateboard tricks being nailed on the caster board which is excellent. We all look forward to seeing some of those trick with a real caster twist on them in the future. Check out the action below.