David Rudgers and the City of San Francisco are the perfect couple. They compliment each other, push each other, and discover things about each other. Check out the magic that happens when we follow David around for a day skating some of his favorite spots.
Film/Edit: Jack Boston
Follow Cam: Chubbs
Commuting through the city can be one of the most fun things to do on your skateboard, especially when that city is San Francisco. Whether going to buy some crisp blueberries from the market or scooping some freshly baked donuts from the store, Eric Jensen travels with a style nobody else has. Check it out as he shreds lines he's found in the city during his day to day routine.
Film/Edit: Jack Boston
Follow Cam: Chubbs
Every winter, skaters migrate to warmer climates to get more skating in during the year. The skate crews based in Cascadia have organized a large excursion deep into SoCal for the past three years. This year, a crew of 40+ skaters packed the Sunset Slider bus and the PDX bus chased the warm weather South, dubbing the trip "The Double Dutch Bus Tour."
Over the past year, Caliber has been committed to creating the highest quality and most eye-catching media available in the downhill scene. For your enjoyment, we've created a video recap of our favorite clips from 2013. The true love for skateboarding shines through in each of our team riders and their unique styles. We hope you enjoy!
Riding a skateboard is rad. Riding a skateboard with several of your friends is even more rad. Nick, Tomio, Brandon, and Chubbs headed for the mountains with just their skateboards and sleeping bags for a killer weekend of make shift camp spots, mountain barging, and fun times. Hopefully this video will inspire you to go on skate trip with your shredrat friends sometime soon. Enjoy!
If you like going fast and smashing through trees, then check this new edit of Brian "Chubbs" Cortright dipping and diving through every bend in the road. Set deep in the woods of the local Santa Cruz Mountains, team speed fiend Chubbs, bombs through the wilderness and takes you along for the ride. You may know Chubbs as a friend, a part of the downhill community, or even from his awesome work behind the lens, but this video no doubt proves his skills on a board as well. Enjoy the speed lines and go out and find some of your own!
The Caliber gang headed up to Summerland, British Columbia for what is arguably the best event in downhill skateboarding - the Giant's Head Freeride. The combination of an epic road, skater-built features, 250 skaters, and an amazing crew of organizers culminated in the GHF crew's best event to date. Enjoy these captured moments of Eric Jensen, Alicia Fillback, and Ethan Cochard destroying everything in their path.
2,000 miles of road covered, two crews, and two buses. The Caliber and Arbor teams caravanned up the coast of the Pacific Northwest skating anything and everything in their path while on their way to the Whistler Longboard Festival.
Liam Morgan showcases his epic smooth style.
Film: Chubbs, Eric Jensen
Edit: Chubbs, Blake Smith
Additional Footage: Derek Smith
AFB speed lining through a couple secret spots he's been saving up for just such an occasion.
Flim and Edit: Jack Boston
PA's: Sinjin Davis
Nick Ronzani barges through the streets of San Francisco with smooth style and high speed.
James Kelly shreds some of his favorite hometown runs north of SF.
(Caliber Precision Trucks featured)
Part one of the "Feeling Good Family Tour" chronicles Dave Tannaci, Aaron Grulich, Nick Ronzani, and Alicia Fillback on the Hawaiian Islands.
Featuring: Dave Tannaci // Aaron Grulich // Nick Ronzani // Alicia Filback
Film: Dave Tannaci
Edit: Blake Smith
Song: Notorious B.I.G. - Going Back to Cali (Viceroy _Jet Life_ Remix)
Liam Morgan shreds through the streets of San Francisco in this Caliber promo shot on RED Epic.
Featuring Eric Jensen skating San Francisco & other locations along our 2012 Northwest Tour. Jensen is skating the Shred 35 with Caliber 50s & Volante Checkers or Volante Protos.
Eric Jenson shreds everything in his path.
Liam Morgan finding lines on some East Bay roads
Filmed during a Caliber photo shoot...
Liam Morgan pushing his slides into the 3rd digit. 100+ standers are no joke.
Nick Ronzani shreds B-town
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