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Mika Germond Explores Lyon’s Lesser-Skated Spots in ‘NO HOTEL’

Lyon has one of France’s more vibrant skate scenes, and is the hometown of famous skaters including: JB Gillet and Jereme Daclin. Mika Germond is also from Lyon, and set out to document some of the city’s lesser-skated spots in this new part, which released yesterday via Transworld.

Mika Gazon just wanted to skate all the spots he kept seeing in Lyon and the surrounding suburbs. He kept finding new ones constantly that were also more or less filthy. So he asked Hugo, who was super motivated to film—to join him on his missions and the two set out after work and on weekends to capture this part along with their spots. At any rate, by some miracle they managed to avoid the most famous Lyon spot of all—the Hôtel de Ville—and for that alone they can both hold their heads high. – Jereme Daclin

Watch “NO HOTEL” above.


Davonte Jolly’s Ep. 2 of Necessary Evil Now Playing

Watch Ishod Wair, Tyshawn Jones, Na-Kel Smith, and more of your favorite skaters in this new episode of “Necessary Evil”.

Created by Davonte Jolly, “Necessary Evil” is live on Thrasher Magazine channels.

YouTube Creator and skate videographer Jolly are also known for his “A Day with the Homies”.

You can watch his other videos on his YouTube Channel.

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Voting Open for the Red Bull Terminal Takeover

Red Bull Terminal Takeover

Last April 15-16, eight crews from seven states took over the old MSY Terminal for the ultimate skate jam and created video edits of their sessions.

Now you have the power to vote for the best edit for this year’s Red Bull Terminal Takeover.

The winning crew will receive prize money for an organization of their choice.

Visit Red-Bull-Terminal-Takeover ( to meet the teams, watch the videos, and vote for your favorite entry.

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Thunder Trucks Welcomes Hermann Stene in their New Part

Watch Hermann Stene’s insane tricks in this Thunder Trucks’ welcome video now playing at the Thrasher Magazine Channels.

This Norwegian skater started skating at the age of eight and became a part of the Norwegian National Skateboarding Team in 2018.

Stene, now almost 30, has been showing his skills for close to 15 years now, and there is no better way to show off his skills with this beautifully filmed video.

Amazingly, Stene has never gone pro, whether that is bad luck or age bias, there is no denying the talent.

Oh and watch out at 1:33 for one of the sweetest frontside kickflips you’ll see this year.

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