Joshua Marques

2ND CCD

Jimmy Larkz of Trois CCD, we've introduced you to his works before here and there, both times exquisite stuff and to that rule, "2ND" isn't the exception yet as this new piece consists in no less than fifteen minutes of authentic (and quality) Parisian VX-1000, only waiting for your click to start cuddling your irises. Oh and where to start, regarding the roster involved...

J

Skateshop Balargue from the suburbs of Paris picked this December, twenty-fourth to glorify the tenth letter in the alphabet: "J" (pronounced "G" in French), their newest offering, is no less than a full-length video mostly filmed and edited by local, Thomas Courteille. The resulting twenty minutes are packed with youthful energy, and spots most Parisian skaters themselves tend to ignore; the homies vibe is ever-so-present, Juan Renoux, Lucas Langasco, Hadrien Haverland or Alix Malnati are in, Tao unleashes the noseslide big spin at some unknown spot in the same classic style as ever - all magnified by a pristine presentation which - maybe - only takes one sole risk: the commendable one of honesty.

Silver 3CCD

Nozbonian Parisian Jimmy Larkz's latest VX-1000 adventure had resulted in a clip we eventually presented to you a while back, here; establishing who was the name behind TroisCCD. Well some months later, said dude is back, and with tales of San Francisco to recount as that's where he recently went to film this new edit: "Silver Surfer", seven minutes and forty seconds of all killer, no filler City footage, embellished via some catchy aesthetics and an appropriately fast pacing. Skylar Trent is the M.V.P. but Jimmy's friends, be them French transplants or locals (Adrien Chabiron, Nile Gibbs, Ian Wishart, Nick Rapoza, Lucas Languasco, César Dubroca, Wilfried Mandereau, Eden Withers-Koch, Max Driscoll, Joshua Marques), all very well earned their rent. The velocity and aggression might remind you of some of the most classic S.F. footage from the arguably "golden era" of the local skateboarding.

“qu’est ce que vous faites c’est bien!”

The team haze Wheels had already shown us how demolishing the spots in Milan was easy for them, and here they are back in France. In short a little more than Victor Campillo, or Morgan Katomba, who this time play at home. Add two three pirouettes of Ruben Spelta and we get a video of the most friendly.

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