Home country of many talented skaters Brazil set the stage for the Vans Park Series Global Qualifiers stop #2. The good people of Sao Paulo witnessed some of the best transition skaters from all around world battle in out for the top spots. Always bringing the heat every time he steps on his board and one of the best park skaters of all time Pedro Barros took home 1st.
Tom Schaar had the flu all the way to the day of the competition, but when it comes to contests he brings all that he got! And that’s saying a lot as Tom managed to skate his way into a well deserved 4th place. Congratulations to both you guys and thanks for pushing skateboarding to the next level.
For more information go to www.vansparkseries.com
Accordingly to Ride Channel, Moto Shibata got the job done in just a few sessions. Check it out!
“Moto Shibata is a machine when it comes to transition. You’ve seen him ride with the best of ’em, and you’ve seen the type of destruction he can do in one hour, but now it’s time to take a look at what Moto can produce in a matter of a few sessions. Check out our latest trannies segment, above.
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“Moto is one of the most exciting vert skaters I’ve seen in a long time. He’s got speed and style, and an eclectic arsenal of tricks. He has a bright future ahead.” – Tony Hawk
VPS Vans Park Series Global Qualifiers stop #2 is going down this weekend in Brazil. This time the good people of Sao Paulo will have the chance to watch some of the best bowl riders on the planet.
Alta team riders Tom Schaar (Winner of the VPS Stop #1), Pedro Barros and Karl Berglind will be competing this Saturday.
Watch the live broadcast at www.vansparkseries.com
Unusual terrain for most of us where Rony Gomes seems to be pretty comfortable.
Can you imagine hitting a rail at 40+ MPH? Scary biz …
Going fast than ever with great lines and a big bag of tricks Tom Schaar qualified 1st and finished in 1st. Congratulations Tom for the win at the Vans Park Series Global Qualifiers stop #1 in Australia. Also a shot out to Pedro Barros for going full throttle from start to finish hanging on to a well deserved 3rd place. Our boys killed it!