Let's stay in Warriorland territories, with this roadtrip the "Niaks" heads (Vincent Coupeau, Guillaume Caraccioli, Carl Sansac and Dimitri Kostoff) took from their Paris suburbs all the way to Italy via Switzerland, and Igor Fardin floor… This should get you very excited about finding a summer destination that will give you that many opportunities to meet such diverse people and spots on the way… A Guillaume Périmony production, exclusively on Live!
Now this is one of the main occupations of skateboard brands when winter comes… And then, Greece is a highly coveted destination, for obvious reasons. The great thing with Antiz is that they won't come back with the usual spots and tricks from there. And that changes everything!
Somewhere around Paris suburbs, you can find a place quite similar in many ways to the Land of the Warriors, only hundred of miles away from it… This had to be the place where a mission would aim from to go explore those far territories, in between Helvetia and Italy… Vincent Coupeau, Guillaume Caraccioli, Carl Sansac and Dimitri Kostoff, along with Guillaume Périmony, went and met up with Igor Fardin, bathing in both sun and water along the way. Thibault Lenours was also part of the trip, and while waiting for the video –exclusively on Live tonight– here are his visual memories from the trip…
We had introduced you to Koichiro, at the very beginning of Live, just because he he is amongst those finally rare cases of skaters actually developing their own approach… His, of course, finds a home under the "Quick Feet" roof, but also dabs heavily into the "Impossible Carve" , thanks to super loose trucks but also to a unbelievable board control. Folklore has it that the S shaped double ledge took him a few nights, to achieve the perfect turn… This is from Lenz 2, a video you should really own!
From Frank Gerwer to Dan Drehobl, Mike Anderson seems to know about having a great entourage, but that never stops him from getting in the spotlight… Hell, this gets you antsy to get on the road with friends, doesn't it?