Here's an off-cuts clip from the recent Nike SB En Route tour featuring all of the footage that didn't appear in the main edit. Edit Courtesy of Austin Bristow and George Nevin.
Click to the right to check out the photo gallery from our boy Chris Johnson, who documented the trip!
We kicked things off in Glasgow on the first day. Kyron had an altercation with this rail. Not the best way to start a tour.
Joe Gavin and Jak went to work before the sun went down at The Transport Museum.
Early morning sunshine helped warm those legs up.
The demo at Saughton was short lived due to the changeable weather. Kyron managed to get an NBD at the back of the cradle just before things went South.
Our time in Manchester was centered on a mass gathering at Urbis.
Chris Jones rolled his ankle on the first day and could just about limp from spot to spot all week.
Urbis Royalty Joe Gavin with a backside nollie heel.
Man of the moment; Tyrone with sequence that preceded the now infamous Scratch Card seen in the tour article and edit. This is switch by the way.
Out searching for spots early on our second day in Manchester in an attempt to out run the looming clouds.
Casper Brooker vs. wobbly steel in a sea of pebbles.
Look at that 'kicker'... This is insane!
Charlie Birch gets one in before the rain.
The sun came out for our time in Yorkshire. Korahn kickflipped the Dewsbury hip whilst others slept it off.
Light fading fast.
Mackey sorted us all out with LA garms and the gents repaid the favour by creating memorabilia.
Charlie broke out from the crowds to get a photo at an old Howard Cooke spot.
This took some cleaning.
Chill, you can skate it in a minute!
Neil Smith found time to reflect with a switch wallie #classiccaption #banter.
Korahn attacked Everton valley with some switch front foot impossible action.
Gutted... Borrow someone's board mate.
Team work is the dream work!
More Korahn action.
The lip before this set is the worst. Props mate!
Casper took on a lipslide to ride in and won.
Vaughan Jones was photoshopped into a Merseyside post card.
Bristol. To climb or not to climb?
Remember how I said that Chris Jones could hardly walk…
Classic Bristol spots always come to fruition.
We wrapped things up in London with an appearance at Slam East and a session at Stockwell. What a rad trip!