I’ve been going on a lot of missions up north to skate with Al Brunelle in Santa Clairta, I’M not a big fan of LA, most of the time I hate it. Just because driving 2 hours spot to spot is not fun. Al has it dialed in pretty good though, he drives fast and knows what he wants.
Al in his natural habitat. There’s some epic D.I.Y. spots just about 10 minutes from his house, Guy Marino built most of them and kills all of them.
Jared Goulston, Bs Smithish.
Al’s homie Jared Goulston Fs Grinding this jersey, we went back a few days ago and it was all chipped up.
Dezort has been getting in on the session too, he’s living in LA now and he’s super stoked plus motivated to skate whatever is in front of him.
Always paving the way
Al and Drew figuring out the lines at this fun down hill ditch.
Bridge to Bridge is a view into the world of skatepark building and more notably, the evolution that exists between renegade DIY projects and local government funded skateparks. This short documentary, Bridge to Bridge gives a glimpse into the amount of effort, passion and sheer dedication it takes to construct the nation’s largest covered skatepark and the key players that pour their sweat and blood into the making of these vast concrete structures.