Videos: Two for Tuesday’s Back Again

It’s Tuesday so why not give you 2 videos instead of one? Just like before it’s officially a Two for Tuesday with two videos from some of our favorite East Coast skaters shredding in both Massachusetts and New York/Southern CT.

Nelson Longboards’ Jake Wade and Lifelong Longboards’ Chris O’Brien released their new edit tonight showing them shredding in New York and Southern CT. Battling the cold weather we’ve had lately these guys managed to act like it was nothing and pull out some absolutely steezy moves. I’m excited to see what Chris can do once he warms up to his Lifelong and starts getting at those kicktails a bit more. It’s quick at only around 1:30 long but shows some gnarly skating and smoooooooth standies. As usual the editing and camera work are well done — make sure you watch it in HD.

Lauren Suchocki and Douglass Schmidt are at it again with another edit putting together all their stray footage from 2011. Set to a Busta Rhymes remix in my opinion it’s one of the best videos ever — but that might be my rap fanboy in me talking.

Video: Lauren Suchocki and Douglass Schmidt Battle Centars in Western MA

While the title isn’t true, hopefully it got your attention. Deep in the hills of Western Massachusetts we do find Lauren Suchocki and Douglass Schmidt battling a gnarly downhill run with what looks like an incredibly fun set of hairpins.

While we’ve seen some GoPro footage from Lauren and some others from this spot before, this is by far the best edit done there yet. Schmidt is once again showing his constantly progressing camera and editing skills in a quick yet fun and well done edit (they shot this just two days ago).

Since most people care, Douglass is riding a Lifelong Seeker with 176mm Surf-Rodz RKPs and 81a ABEC11 Flashbacks and Lauren is riding a Rayne Babykiller with 176mm Surf-Rodz RKPs and 80a Orangatang Stimulus wheels.

Video: UNH Skater Douglass Schmidt Rips It on a Bhangra

Douglass Schmidt from UNH rips up what looks like his driveway and neighborhood doing some flatland tricks and seshing with a kicker all the while being pulled in by his yellow lab. Great video and some cool tricks, especially around 1:40 in the video — make sure you keep an eye out.

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