February 13, 2014/ / VIDEOS/ Comments: 8

Billy took a break from sessioning with Jahmal Williams and Quim Cardona to look back at the analog days of watching VHS skate videos at skate shops. Adjust your tracking and tune in to VHS Days.

More VHS Days? Episode 1 with Lenny Kirk, Episode 2 with Clyde Singleton, 3 with Billy Rohan or 4 with Harold Hunter.
Starring: Billy Rohan
Produced by: Anthony Pappalardo
Filming & Editing: Taji Ameen

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  1. Neil

    February 17, 2014 12:25 am

    Billy is killing these things! Keep up the awesome work. Love hearing you talk man.

    • Persona

      February 21, 2014 3:31 pm

      Yeah, fully agree. I love these in-depth stories and the way Billy present it to us. In this he reminded everyone why Rodney is still underrated when talking about street skateboarding and his style. People always hold on the freestyle style, even though he gave it up in the form it was at the beginning of 90’s. He’s a true street skateboarder with different approach and different vision. He doesn’t go to the skateparks to skate, he goes to the questionable spots to skate at night. I love his Plan B parts and this one was really meaningful and filled with emotions.

  2. dominic

    March 8, 2014 11:54 pm

    holy fuck. People is on some next level shit. He is spouting such pure knowledge and insight, and truly respects Rodney Mullen. This was a real pleasure to watch and listen to. Also the Jamie Thomas episode

    • Alejandro

      March 19, 2014 5:09 pm

      I think he sucks. He was the dude who made one in a million into a reality show, remember? Professionalism and shit, he’s all about corporations…And what he says about Mullen is generic stuff that have no cohesiveness; I mean listen to what he says “I was down and he said a good word to me, therefore, Mullen is an astrophysicist”… wat? And in the end “Even if he was homeless, his skills would make him happy”…ok let’s suppose that skateboarding would be enough for Mullen and that’s what Rohan meant. He also says “smart people sound like crazy people to dumb people”…that’s such an ass-sucking thing to say, it’s very hypocritical.

      He can lick Grosso’s balls.

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