Footage of Arto Saari's foot injury. There's some funny parts in this video even if the first minute of it is not. Arto is a professional skateboarder from Finland.
Arto has shifted his focus from skateboarding to photography in the last few years. By the way, this isn't Arto's first slam. He almost died while trying a warm-up trick on a handrail back when they were filming Flip's "Sorry" movie.
Video was posted on ThrasherMagazine.com in September 12.
This is possibly the longest boardslide ever done! Jordan Hoffart shows us a really sick line including this cool and long bs boardslide. Some people have even commented that this is the best firing line they have ever seen. Video was posted in August 22.
"Jordan caps off a marathon line with a possible Guinness World Record." - Thrasher Magazine
Here at Skateboard-City HQ we've been lucky to have a pack of bearings sent through to us from our friends over in California, SkateAmerica.com.
Your board's going nowhere without a good set of bearings, and when looking at any hardware you're thinking of buying for your skateboard it's important to look at who's behind them - who has designed the product and should you trust them? Do they really know what they're talking about? In the case of Andale Bearings, it's safe to say all your rolling needs are in safe hands, with multiple Manny Mania winner and Cliché pro Joey Brezinski, and multiple Street League winning Paul "P-Rod" Rodriguez as the co-founders of the company.
What we're looking at here are the Andale Swiss, the most expensive of the bearings Andale have to offer from their range of ABEC 5, ABEC 7, and Swiss bearings. We have touched on the ABEC rating system for bearings in our Bones Reds article, and mentioned how it has fairly little relevance to skateboard bearings, but what about Swiss bearings? What is a Swiss bearing? Are they better than any other bearing...?