Like a human freight train flying out of the depths of hell and frontside grinding its way across your terrified features, Wade Speyer is a definitive player in the development of fast, gnarly skateboarding. In the early 90s when most were pushing along at the speed of a pensioner with a hip replacement and trying to fit as many flips into one trick as possible, Speyer, along with Cardiel, was one of the few championing going fast as fuck and skating absolutely everything. Semi disappearing from the public eye by the mid 2000s (see what he is currently up to here), Wade Speyer left behind a small but ridiculously good collection of all terrain assault documentation. We’ve collected what we could find and packaged it together for this week’s Footage Feast, enjoy!
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