Matt Cordova's 2021 Summerlition video is what every park rider dreams of; being able to travel, hang with your friends, and camp along the way to amazing skateparks. Matt kills every park with his usual speed, height, and style. Additional friend clips from Dennis Enarson and Tyler Fernengel.
Mike “Hucker” Clark has been busy putting in work on this full length edit for some time now with fellow rider and filmer, Matt Cordova. Hucker lays downs some heavy moves from dirt, park and ditches. Don't let that "Hucker" laid back personality fool you, he's all business in this one!
Tyler went back to Michigan for a few months this year and hooked up with his good friend and filmer, Dylan Thayer to make this gem. This video of Tyler definitely shows off his tech skills and spot usage all around Michigan.
Dennis Enarson crushed this course and earned himself a well deserved first place. Dennis' runs were full of speed, tricks, flow and he hit every obstacle out there. Amazing watching him ride this course!
No day is ever quite the same for Hucker... Take a glimpse into one of the many "Days in the Life" of Mr. Hucker Himself. We take a trip to his personal jumps at the Oakley factory, visit the Pet Store where Hucker worked his first job and then hit the Wedge for a surf session, with a few things in between.
The complete behind the scenes of Dennis Enarson's CAPS LOCK video. Full of never before seen outtakes, crashes, struggles, and high fives. Get to see rare footage of what it takes to put together one of the best videos of the year. Dennis has been hard at work on his CAPS LOCK video for over a year and a half and always wanted to try to outdo his last Demolition Last Chance video part and went all in to do just that.
Parker Heath has been venturing out and going on street missions around Los Angeles, finding spots and documenting it all with filmer/ editor Fernando Gomarin Olaiz for his new Demolition video. Parker busted his ass on this one and definitely shows.
Biz felt like switching things up and went with a theme for his new Demolition Sea Level edit. Every clip was thought out beforehand, and is either on the beach or you can see the ocean in the background. Even though they were at some of SoCal's most scenic beaches, finding spots with the ocean view wasn't always that easy. Biz still came through with some hammers with an ocean view and all.