Clark Patrick is an up and coming Roots Team rider from Ohio with lots of style and dedication. He’s an ultra creative skater and has found a comfortable home on the new Shrike Deck. Here is a video he made while helping us prototype some of the early editions of the boards and, as you can see, he can really putting a beating on it.
Cody Lux has been with the Bustin Roots team for several years now and never disappoints when its comes to fast, ruthless skating. Here is a dope edit from his recent trip to the great mountains of North Carolina.
‘For All Who Push’, our new brand statement at BustinBoards.com, is designed to celebrate creative skaters, artists, musicians and activists around the world. In keeping, we put together this journey through Portugal on skateboards with three of the most talented artists we know. Join two of Bustin most famous Pro Skateboards, Bruno Sirera Sorondo and Toti Bicicleta, with filmmaker Perropro as they explore the skate-able habitats of one of Europe’s oldest countries.
‘A Portuguese Adventure’ is comprised of four episodes. The release schedule will be:
Episode 1 – May 15
Episode 2 – May 22
Episode 3 – May 29
Episode 4 – June 5
Will Royce recently returned from his latest skatventure to the Philippines and brought with him a fun little raw run with Rob Mcwhinnie. Enjoy a casual rip through the mountains to a classic track by Stephen Marley. Thanks Byron Essort for the follow moped cam!
If you haven’t seen this edit by Perropro, you’re in for a treat. Toti, Team Bustin’s ultra fast and wildly entertaining Spanish rider, hits the hills on his new custom Shrike Board with heavy thanin’ Five-O Wheels. Take three minutes and start your day with this!
ALERT – IF YOU DON’T READ THIS WHOLE THING AT LEAST WATCH THE LAST VIDEO!
Years and years and decades ago (ok maybe a LITTLE exaggeration) the world was introduced to Bruno the Kid, a Spanish kid with a huge heart and some extra talent on a skateboard. His fancy foot-work and steezy style is what caught our attention, as well as a CONSTANT drive for self-improvement and development. We just HAD to see what he could do with a city like NYC.
Predictably he slayed it. But New York just has so much to offer! 5 separate boroughs to explore, 8.5 million people to meet, over a thousand pizza places to try, and 50,000 cops to run from. You just can’t do it all in 1 go! So needless to say, we invited the Spanish boy-wonder back a few times to try new, and different offerings from the Greatest City on Earth.
We introduced him to William Royce sometime around 2012 ish and the two really hit it off. It was amazing to see the different styles playing off each other and how both Will and Bruno built of each other’s energy, until a veritable cornucopia of skate awesomeness was pouring into the camera lens – shout out to Perropro for holding it down on the edits!
Back to Spain to hang out with homeboy and fellow Bustin Team Rider; Toti Bicicleta. It really is a dream to watch these two skate together. When friends have been friends for a while they start to rub off on each other. The report and back-and-forth between these two is incredible to see, and it really pans out in their skating.
This year, Bruno is in school in the States up in New Hampshire (they grow up so fast!). But before a trip out to Cali land, he rolled through the Bustin HQ just long enough to pick up a couple prototypes for a new Bruno Pro model (SHHHHHHH!!!!) and then headed out west to hit up the O’tang crew to do some filming. The resulting incredible (albiet insane) video by Perropro (of course!) has ushered in a new style of skate video, check it out for yourself!
Last BUT DEFINITELY NOT LEAST: the whole reason we decided to do this Bruno video recap: the latest from Bruno the Kid (or should I say Bruno the Young-Adult), filmed and edited by NH-based Tom Leary. 3 hours worth of filming in New Hampshire, new pro-model, and endless endless steez… check the footy: