Saturday, February 25, 2012

Pryme Time

Sometimes the memories that flood into your brain by simply looking at a photo can be amazing.

On this crisp fall day Mr. Pryma happened to be on his game and ready to battle with all sorts of rugged spots(which you'll be seeing in the future). After checking out spots all day, everyone decided that the Scarborough train track gap would be the last spot of the day. Thanks to good ol' daylight savings time kicking in the night before, the amount of sunlight we had was diminishing quickly. No sun? No problem. Mitch's random bursts of motivation proved once again that almost anything can long as he wants it to.

In his words, "Well I haven't done one of these in a while so I guess it's cool, right?"

Nollie backside flip.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012


If you know me you know that I'll use just about any excuse to make a Detroit trip happen. This case is no different. Being that I turned 21 recently I thought it'd be great to flex my legality in the U.S.A. and see what it feels like to be able to buy six 4Loko's at once. It felt alright but the skateboarding we did still felt better.

Adam, ollie to fakie on a spot that isn't.

You know those dudes with the quick
feet who can somehow land anything
no matter how awkward the spot/trick
is? Yeah...Adam, front shove to fakie.

T-Bird. He would probably be
bummed if I told everyone how much
he uses the word "SWAG".

Johnny, back smith.

Duke, switch front smeeth.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Winter Nights

It's no secret that Southern Ontario's winter has been unseasonably kind to us. Scott is a Kitchener to Toronto transplant and has been taking full advantage of the dry and actually-kind-of warm weather downtown in the big city. Check the video below for some goods from Scott, Jay Brown, John Lennie and more. Filmed by Rob Mentov.

Scott Varney - Winter Nights from Rob Bob on Vimeo.