Don't slip!

Our Budapest-based favorites are back, with all the amazing ingredients you should be used to expecting from a Rios crew edit by now! Which is a whole bunch of spots all randomly placed on the marble-smooth to cobblestone-rugged spectrum, real raw street style, some glimpses of varied instances of social interaction - oh and a handful of improbable slams, too. Bontó’s brilliance works its magic and marks for one more of the Rios crew’s montages that will get you stoked on going to skate; straight from the OG’s who have managed to popularize Budapest as a skate destination in Europe all by themselves, all by hand, through nothing but years of sincere dedication and audiovisual work. Much respect!

Rios fish-eye, RIP!

So, yeah, the question of all contributing to a new fish-eye for everybody's favorite crew!? Well, maybe, at those dudes fake no funk, even when it comes to being raw, and broke. The Rios filmed this in the past four months: all is said, here. Raw street skating, based on spot hunting, in a city where neighbors seem grumpy enough!

Nap mint nap vol.3

If the Budapest RIOS still needed an introduction, and a catch-phrase, they could use that one: "We just skate, our shoes try to keep up!"

Fear of a boring planet

Imagine a world without the RIOS crew, and their equivalent around the world… Their new edit tells the tale of their recent trip to Croatia, for the Vladimir Film Festival and amongst many more, their sessions with out very own Aymeric Nocus. Good stuff for sure, and maybe the best of what skateboarding really has to offer, above all cool hats and killer fits.

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