Unless you have been living under a rock, by now, y’all are very aware of the smooth stylings of Travis Glover. From his early days shredding the Wood Ward park at Discover Mills to his various video part’s in videos by Max Yoder and Chris Thiessen, Travis has always brought the ruckus. His footage is always a highlight wherever it is showcased. So we couldn’t be more hyped to present a new part from Travis. So sit back, grab a beer or what have you and peep Travis’s new part “bad shit”. Lets just say we expect to see a lot more of him in the future.
Transworld Skateboarding just dropping a piece on our team rider and one hell of a guy Reggie Kelly! Checkout the video and stay for the Q & A. We are stoked for Reggie and can’t wait to see what 2016 has up its sleeve!
New Years Resolution: Drink more booby milk. It builds character and strong bones. Newest music in Your iPhone: I only listen to Hotline Bling because my hotline stay blinging. Next Skate Trip: I hear rumors of two towards the beginning of the year. Video Part You throw on before a session: Anime like Naruto or One Punch Man. 2016 will be the year of the: Ripstick. Reccomend an IG follow:@wet.floor.signs. Last trick filmed: A hardflip. Best style: I’m gonna have to go with my boy Travis Glover. #ATLHOE
As strange as it seems, to grow up in a relatively small town away from the skateboard industry is oftentimes a gift. Maybe because it’s obvious that the only way you’re going to get anywhere is to work hard and make the most of every opportunity. Reggie is just getting started, so keep an eye out for a dude from Georgia putting the hammer down with a smile on his face.—Jamie Thomas
In 2001, Discover Mills Mall was lucky to be blessed with an amazing skatepark designed by the one and only Camp Woodward. At the time is was named Woodward Skatepark. It had everything every skater dreamed of. It had handrails, kinked handrails, a foam pit, spines, vert ramp, mini mega ramp, euro gaps, and ledges of all sizes. Although it was such an amazing place, they struggled to stay open. The skatepark closed three times for months on end, collecting dust until someone stepped in to open it back up. It went from Woodward Skatepark to X Games Skatepark to United Skatepark, and it’s last label, Black Diamond Skatepark. About 2 months ago we heard rumor it was closing down for good. I didn’t believe it until I saw pictures of them actually taking the ramps apart. It was home to many amazing skaters like Travis Glover, Jordan Lucas, Warren Devarennes, and Anthony Dodaro. Those guys would probably not be where they are today if it wasn’t for that park opening. It’s always a bummer seeing a skatepark close. I was lucky enough to get out with some of the Ambush guys for one last shred! Here’s what we got. R.I.P. 2001-2014.
For this installment of Good Times N Great Oldies, we decided to head out to Travis Glover’s home town of Lawrenceville, GA. Starting off the day at Bay Creek skate park with no shade was probably a bad idea, but Mitch and Travis managed to pull through with some good lines while sweating off a few pounds. After getting cooked at the park, Travis took us out to see what the ‘ville has to offer in the street skating department. After checking a few spots, the sun was going down so we called it a day and headed back to the shop. Keep checking back to see where the streets take us next. Now go out and get some for yourself!
This beast of a tour edit features Travis Glover, Chaz Ortiz, and Black Dave in South America in honor of Zoo’s 20th Anniversary. It’s humbling to see T. Gloves getting so much shine internationally. Keep it up homie.
“In late April/early May, ZOO YORK embarked on a multi-city tour of South America in celebration of our 20 Year Anniversary. Starting in Brazil, then heading down to Argentina and Chile, watch as the crew tears through demos, the streets, the parties and take in all each city has to offer. Thank you to everyone that came out and the ZOO Family worldwide.” – ZOO YORK
It looks like winter is over, and spring time is here. Longer days, and more sun means more time out in the streets skating. Check out this clip of our team doing what they do best, and get psyched to go do the same.
Be sure to come by the shop and hang with the team this Saturday at the Game of Skate. You might even win some stuff.
Yep boys, its that time. The Legacy Game of Skate is coming up. Will it be the last one? Only time will tell. I’m linking a link of a PROPER game of skate. Just to keep you guys in check!
The Kennesaw skatepark is finally in the works! Cant wait til its done! Big thanks to everyone who is making it happen! We at Ambush are hyped!
I wanted to give a big thanks to Travis Glover and RB Umali over at Zoo York for hooking me up with a lens for my Canon 60d! That should be in sometime this week. So look forward to see photos/video of Travis and all the other Ambush team riders!
It seems the Ambig video Modern Art is done! Can’t wait for it to be sick! Hopefully our very own Trey Abad (a.k.a. Catnip) made the cut! We will find out soon!
Well that wraps up Mazza Monday for today! Now its time for some Zaxby’s!!
TRUE EAST is nine minutes of straight shredding by the Zoo York crew. The raw power, energy and distinctness of East Coast skateboarding bangs you over the head in this one. Plus, Ambush skater Travis Glover makes an appearance around 5:12.
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