This is a pretty crazy video. Louis Pilloni, one of the most favored riders in the longboarding world and member of Skate House Media, bombs a gigantic mountain road with extreme steez, throwing in freeriding moves and handling several turns in switch. This guy really has some extreme talent. This video is a ridiculous 14 minute long raw run, so you better grab some popcorn for this one.
Skate House Media had this to say about this incredible run:
New Original Skateboards team addition Sean Spees enjoys the bay areas finest on the Arbiter 36 topmount. Thanks fly out to Sean and renaissance Camera / Editor Aviel Hod of Splash Productions for contributing their edit to the OS channel.
Sean shreds with; Original, Cult, Black Diamond Sports, PNL and Riot Boardsports.
Music; Metric - Breathing Underwater
Original Skateboards shared an edit of one of their tough riders who can take fall after fall.
What's virtual tech freeride supremacy without the will to fail and get back up, a saracastic sense of humor, a love of freedom, and a passion for satire? The longboard world may never know.
Skateboarder Decio Lourenco's popularity is soaring thanks to his starring role in a YouTube video that shows him hurtling down a steep mountain road at 68 mph to set off a speed camera. Now the cops in South Africa are after Lourenco for what presumably amounts to reckless driving.
"We've handed over the matter to traffic officials and want him arrested," JP Smith, the Cape Town official in charge of safety and security, told Reuters on Thursday. "The speed limit is irrelevant. He is seen careening down the road in a reckless and dangerous manner."
The video, titled, "Spoofing the Traffic Camera--Longboarding without Limits," has garnered more than 212,000 views since it was uploaded on Jan. 26.
While filming a commercial for a friend's kiteboarding school (video to come soon) in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands I had a chance to do a little skating down the mountain roads. This particular road lead down to the beach that we had been kiting and filming at for the past few days.
Filming was done by Leading Edge Kiteboarding School owners Chris Doyle and Sara Seaver; with additional footage from a GoPro pole-cam setup made out of two shower curtain rods that were duct taped together (classy).