Siim Sild destroying Tallinn's Koidu plaza
Viss Safe premieres on 14th June at K-suns at 19:00. Get tickets at Clockwise and Tikari before the premiere. We are going to sell remainig tickets at the entrance as well.
The video is almost ready and now is in the final editing stage. Looks like it is going to be up to 40 minutes in length, so a lot of action is installed.
The main cast of the video includes: Mark Voronenko, Fricis Štrauss, Meelis Erm, Ed Gaba, Pavels Berezjuks, Rudolfs Rorbahs, Niklavs Vetra, Krišjanis Kalvans and Miks Grantiņš. Of course there are a lot of friends footage etc.
We proudly present you the first teaser for RajonTV’s upcoming full-length video VISS SAFE. The project has been technically in the making for the last 3 years and will showcase safe skating from Riga skate heads and friends. We will disclose the full cast closer to the premiere which is coming really soon.
Annual anarchy driven skateboarding contest
Saint Petersburg is a ledge mecca
Buried is the latest video offering from a young Vilnius brand called Chess. We have mentioned them in our news couple of times already. So if you have been following, you know who these guys are. Buried is their heated up, excitement filled, devilish video with a smart soundtrack, nice colours and smooth editing. The spots are diverse and span across some European capitals concentrating mainly in Vilnius. There are no strict parts in the video as the whole crew skates together, but the guy who steals the show and has the most rad trick is, the young prodigy, and our favorite LT skater – Klevinas Litvinas. His skating is so good it makes you think that he might have some deal with the devil himself. He skates big stairs, jumps on all sorts of rails and does it all with his own signature style. Watch it for your self, the video is in the end of the post. But before you do that we invite you to get acquainted with Titas Mackevicius, one of the main guys behind the video and Chess.
VEF, once a glorious factory with a product line ranging from telephones to airplanes, is nowadays a home to various businesses, offices and a night club among others. World famous in the previous century, VEF’s appliances were used all over the world from Cuba to Mongolia, and it provided jobs for 20 000 people at its peak performance times. After the collapse of the Soviet union, the demand for VEF’s products declined, the factory could not compete with imported electronic goods, and they were forced to shut down.
Our street contest recap!
Pernova 2 is a new video straight from Parnu, Estonia. Featuring local rippers skating local spots. Guys skate it all: plazas, which are surprisingly really considering Parnu is a small city; shitty spots, which are pretty obvious for a small city; and even the boarwalks on the beach, which prove that creativity thrieves in Parnu. The city of Parnu is not a big, however, the scene there is live and kicking with roomies Meelis Erm and Mikk Eeskivi keeping it exciting and funky. If you ever in Parnu hit these guys up and go skate with them. For now let’s enjoy the video.
Better late than never