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 Brisbane boys have done it again. Nathan Flemongo, Reece Jones & Regan Thompson representing Root Industries. These guys just shut it down with the rail tricks. Regan with the 5.0s, Nathan’s front board to fullwhip, and Reece’s long back board through the kinks. Every clip is so good. These guys are unstoppable. Check it out.
Patrick Nguyen has been featured by Krispy Crew. A crew from San Jose, California. You’ll be seeing a part from Patrick in the upcoming full length by Concrete Crew. I’m really looking forward to that. Patrick’s style resembles Ralph McMoran, right? Watch it for yourself.
Here’s Nick Tedrick 2015 video for Madd Gear. He shreds the streets of New Jersey and Philadelphia. The street footage was bangin’, and can’t forget about the park footy. Bri flip to back lipslide, back lipslide to fingerwhip to fakie, back board to heelwhip rewind double whip, wow. Last clip was unbelievable…That’s a clip to remember. Also, the filming and editing was very unique. You must watch this now!
Dan Barrett and Tyler Bonner spent a weekend riding the Paris streets during the Dissidence street jam V6. After that, they went to the London street jam where Tyler won best trick of the day with both his front board gap whip on the handrail and back feeble manual down the 16 stair hubba. Dan’s consistency is insane. Those park lines by him were intense. A good watch, forsure.
Ryan Williams has done it again. It’s only been a week since he stuck the triple back flip, now another worlds first? Yup, 1080 front flip. It looked way too easy for him, like he said. R Willy has changed the game. What could be his next worlds first?!
New York’s finest Yara Haynes, Salvador Gonzalez, Brandon Sandy, and Rayvon Jewet went on a road trip to San Diego, California and this is the outcome. You may not know but they went through so many problems going to SD and back. Including cars breaking down, having to sleep on the streets, making negotiations with drug dealers, getting stopped by the police, and much more madness. Some how they made it back to NY. Miracles happened. Brandon told me the whole story, which took an hour long to tell. I hope one of these guys writes down each and every detail that happened so we can all hear what went down. They only stayed for a couple days so there isn’t much footage. I can’t believe Sal sent a sugarcane down Rincon. I know he’s going to go back and land it one day. All I can say is, to be continued..
Continuing the ride day in Bakersfield the crew headed up to Clovis to shred with the locals. Since the park patrol is really strict about filming the locals without consent, this one came out a bit shorter than usual. Overall, looked like a fun time.
Reece Doezema did a full night of riding with Bryan Grams behind the camera. Night sessions are the best. Reece made the most of this night with all the sketchy cops and little spots that came into play. The back lip 270 down heel on the bench was prime. Definitely give this one a watch.