20/09/2010 | by Uli Köhler
To back up our rundown of the last decade’s most influential shredders in this month’s mag, we’ve pulled together some of their stellar moments on video for your visual stimulation.
We’ll be dropping three per day all this week, so come back tomorrow for another trio of shreds who defined the 00s.
The Resistance Part
JP closed out Forum’s first team movie and, as well as straight up killing it, was responsible for making an army of groms decide that YO! was the way to go.
MDP dropped this flick when Walker was in his pomp. Despite blowing his face up and having to deal with a truly horrific song, he showed his undeniable skills and versatility and even managed to stomp the first double cork on film. Watch for it at the end. Heavy part.
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This Video Sucks Part
When you’ve got a list of NBDs longer than your arm, where else is there to go? Despite being of an age where many riders would be pensioned off, JP showed the industry he’s still got what it takes by busting out the first ever all switch movie part in last year’s 32/Stepchild flick.
Follow Me Around Part
Arguably Double E’s strongest video part to date, and memorable not only for his crushing of all kinds of terrain and stomping the first double backside rodeo 10, but for his ‘B-Shot’ part in the extras that one-upped many guys’ real ones.
X-Games 14 Slopestyle Gold
Eero put down this howitzer of a run to take last winter’s X-Games slopestyle. Welcome to the future.
Day in the Life
We followed Eero around at the Air&Style to see what goes down in his days. Turns out it’s keeping the next generation of Finnish rippers in line and stomping back 12s…
X-Games 13 Gold
Torah’s pipe runs are just nuts. How many guys do you see pulling the back three to switch back 7 McTwist? Exactly.
Practicing Pipe Doubles
So far no female snowboarders have bitten the double’s cherry. We’ll put a virtual tenner on Bright being the first.