October 5, 2016/ / VIDEOS/ Comments: 3

Recently this 18-year-old kid from London named Austin Bristow hit us up with an idea for a new video segment. The concept was pretty straightforward: show off a few locals from the area who, despite holding their own on a board, might not get as much shine as some of the bigger names. These types of clips are coming out of everywhere these days, from Vancouver to New York, but we had yet to see one from London. Obviously, we were curious to see what Austin could whip up.

Sure, you might be thinking London is just another one of those major metropolitan areas that’s getting a lot of coverage these days, so what’s the point? There’s definitely a vivid scene there already, centered around staples like Southbank, and crews like the Palace guys, but I don’t think skateboard media as a whole has given them as much shine as they should be getting, at least not here in America.

Slam City Skates caught wind of the first installment and was so stoked they reached out to help us support these lil’ edits moving forward. Peep the second offering from Austin and his friends in the player above, all shot in the chuddy streets of London.

The skaters in order of appearance:

Jeremy Jones
Tom Delion
Kyle Wilson
Sam Roberts






  1. fat alfie w

    October 8, 2016 6:28 am

    yes shakes!!!!!

  2. Miroslav Skateboardka

    October 11, 2016 8:02 pm

    how are you even allowed to skate London without getting arrested, fined or shot?

  3. oldat26

    October 15, 2016 8:57 pm

    That was cool. Those kids rip. is it like a new fad im unaware of to try and use the worst “song” possible in your video now? Is it a joke I’m missing out on cause im old? i dont get it

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