Discover the latest pro scooter videos, clips, and web edits from top pro scooter riders across the globe at SR. Our video section is kept up to date by the infamous Michael Mankong, so you know you won’t be missing out on anything. If you’ve even paid the slightest bit of attention to any scooter videos over the last year you’ll know that the level of riding and the technicality of pro scooter tricks are progressing exponentially. Whether you’re looking to stay ahead of the curve, or just want to learn some new scooter tricks, Michael Mankong will keep your mind fresh with the most recent videos from the best pro scooter riders in the world. Enjoy!
The Concrete Crew is back! Thanks to Anton Abramson. He’s keeps us updated with everything that happens in the Bay Area. This Baytage features “hella” more people than usual. The Haag had a bunch of tricks in this. Patrick Nguyen’s two clips were tight. The hydrant hop to hill bomb was perfect. Jake Sorensen killed it with the back board flat and down to whip out on that rail at the end. Check it out.
The Elyts team we’re kickin’ it in San Diego during the week of Scooter Con. Elliott Arnold lives around that area so he probably showed them all the spots. The Elyts party was a good time, glad I had the chance to check it out. Big Ron did his signature front lip to heelwhip on the down rail at the warehouse. So funny. This is only part one of the ELYTS x SD. Two more to come.
Enzo Commeau shredding Palais of the Glisse. Those gap to hubba and rail tricks looked challenging. The backflip barspin was surprising. Enzo’s holding it down for AO Scooters real well.
Harrison Lackow is a New York based rider. It’s been a bit quiet lately from the East Coast since the Winter hit us hard. Harrison decided to release all his footage from 2014 for you guys. The first clip is nuts, quad whip off a giant ledge…Also, the barspin to fingerwhip was tight. Give it a watch!
- By Michael Mankong on January 23, 2015
Phoenix Pro Scooters had an Instagram contest a couple months ago where you tag #phoenixinitiation on one of your videos to be eligible for the contest. 15 riders had been chosen and were given one month to film a 1-2 minute edit. Long Island’s finest, Danny Schmidt won the contest. Danny’s flat tricks and box combos are very impressive. That last clip is crazy. Congratulations Danny.