Earlier this year Russell Day proposed that we check out the NorthWest Shred Tour. We ended up embarking on this tour with some of the radest dudes we know and had an amazing time shredding the streets and parks of the northwest while also sharing some of the best times with so many of our skater friends from all over the country. This was with out a doubt one of the funnest tours I have had the pleasure of going on! Over 10 running mins of Northwest gnarly for you dudes, hope you enjoy!
Filmed & Edited by: Max Manning
Additional Filming: Jon Christopherson, Gino Gotelli, Korey Waikiki
Skaters (In Order Of Appearance)
Filmed in Ayrshire, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Cumbernauld, Scott Quinn makes use of familiar and previously unseen Scottish urban terrain to display why he is leading the charge for the country's latest generation of bladers. There is literally nothing you can put in front of this guy that he can't skate. He will rinse ramps, rails, ledges, monster stair sets and drops that give rational people acrophobia with a cheeky smile and too much caffeine pumping through his veins.
Read some fun facts about the filming process at http://www.wheelscene.co.uk.
Filmed by David McNamara and edited by Anthony Medina.
Special thanks to Scott Riddles and Andy Mills for the additional footage - you guys are awesome.
Watch more Scott Quinn videos here - http://www.wheelscene.co.uk/?s=scott+quinn
As we prepare to unleash some incredible videos in 2015, it seemed like the right time to clear out footage from the past couple of years that hasn't been used for various reasons. Well, MOST of it hasn't been used.
We kick things off with clips that never made the final cut of Scott Quinn's Wheel Scene profile and we share a quick park minute with Rosie O'Donoghue at Unit 23 Skatepark before a brief montage is concluded with Scott Riddles buckling a famous Barcelona handrail. James Keyte gets some words of wisdom from skateboarding icon Ryan Sheckler before battling the elements in Nottingham and Lewis Bowden experiences a pain that any man can empathise with.