It’s an interesting day for Shane O’Neill
Such an amazing moment for me. My son watching my favorite skater skate & in excitement. Eric Koston, thank you for all the inspiration.
Huge contest at Skater’s Edge Indoor skatepark in Taunton, Mass on Feb. 10th. It starts at 3pm. There will be a cash prize. Sponsored by Ain, Solstice, & Complex!
*AMMO* hats coming soon…
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This week’s Music Monday goes to The Game‘s new video for “Celebration” featuring Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa, & Lil Wayne. There are also cameos from Paul Rodriguez, Nyjah Huston, Jereme Rogers, Shane O’neill, & Thug Nasty!
This week, we traveled to Paul Rodriguez‘s private TF to film a special episode with Paul and Shane O’Neill. We discussed Paul’s recent X Games and Street League wins, skating with Lil Wayne, an awkward Jason Dill restroom moment, having Brad Staba as a boss, the new Nike SB video, & more!
Here’s the Nike demo for Go Skateboarding Day 2012 at the Lincoln Plaza in Los Angeles filmed by Doug Des Autels. Featuring: Kick Rocha, Chris Mendez, Cameron Spivey, Paul Hart, Johnny Hernandez, Auby Taylor, Yuto Kojima, Nick Tucker, Manny Santiago, Omar Salazar, Daryl Angel, Shane O’neill…
Join Manny Santiago and friends Aquil Brathwaite, Felix, Nick Tucker, Shane O’Neill, Theotis Beasley, Dan Abadi and more! Follow them so see how their version of Go Skate Skateboarding Day on June 21st, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA went down. Starting at Lincoln Park, join the crew as they take over the streets and skate their way to Hollenbeck park!
Paul Rodriguez, Shane O’neill, & Torey Pudwill got in a solid practice session at Paul Rodriguez’s private skatepark. Street League goes all the way LIVE on ESPN2 May 19th at 9PM. Buy tickets now www.streetleague.com/tickets.
CCS recently brought hip-hop megastar Lil Wayne together with Torey Pudwill, Theotis Beasley, Shane O’Neill and Paul Rodriguez for a historic pairing of skateboarding and hip-hop for the May issue magalog cover. It ended up being much more than just a photo shoot as Weezy and the crew literally skated deep into the early morning hours at P-Rod’s private park. If there’s one thing for sure it’s that Lil Wayne is definitely down for the ride—the man hardly ever put his board down. Check out the Behind The Cover video and photos to see what else happened during this most memorable of CCS covers shoots.