From Maryland, and residing in Pennsylvania, Ed is known as a top freerider on the East Coast. He joined the Arbor team only a few months ago, and is already proving to be a huge part of the family. In his first edit with Arbor skateboards, we took him up to the rural zones of Central California and allowed him to have the ability to show off his style and sketchiness.
Watch and see how the beauty of a California Spring is paired with the some of the gnarliest road conditions you can find. Ed has to navigate through 5 different pavements, mixed with rocks, gravel, and pot holes. Many people would call this road unskateable, but amazingly Ed proves otherwise.
East Coast team rider Ed Garner recently flew out to California to shoot for his new edit. We felt the footage was so good that it was necessary to share a pure Raw Run before the edit release. Watch Ed navigate all the pavement changes on this gnarly road in the hills of Central California, and stay tuned for the new edit coming out next week!
Team Rider: Ed Garner
Follow Cam: Tom Flinchbaugh
Edit: Nate Shute
Team Manager and Whiskey Project Original, Cameron Revier, drops another solo edit with Arbor - a fast, aggressive run through our home park. Clips from the Venice Skatepark are nothing new, but owning every single feature with this kind of power, variety, and purpose says something about skating a place 'till you can run it blind. Cam skates it all...
Woodward West is closed for the season and you get invited to come skate it all to yourself. What would you do? We’ll tell you what the Whiskey Team did - bum rushed the place and skated the hell out of it.
Based out of Portland Oregon, Casey has been an iconic representation of the skate everything movement. His ability to bomb hills and skate street has made him a leader in the Northwest with his skate crew PDX downhill.
In Casey's new video (film/edit Jack Boston), he shows us what it means to love skateboarding even at the sacrifice of his own body. Watch him get tech on the Shakedown and do a heavy night run on the Backlash.