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Anthony Furlong

You’ve heard the stories about hard work paying off? Well, they don’t apply to Anthony Furlong. For some insight into his general approach to things, he says his ideal day would be spent in the following way: Sleeping. Okay, that’s probably an exaggeration, but Furlong’s pretty much got it like that.


Bob Burnquist

Bob grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and epitomizes skateboarding and progression with his innovative switch stance skill in vert and Big Air. Bob is one of just four athletes who has been at every X Games, and his skill and dedication has earned him 17 X Games medals. A role model for fellow Brazilian skaters (and all skaters, really), Bob is heavily involved in business, with signature bamboo sunglasses and a website, Skateboard.TV, through his company Zoobamboo Entertainment.


Bucky Lasek

Bucky Lasek is great at everything, whether its racing go-carts, playing lawn darts, or color coordinating his gear. The only obvious thing that the undisputed king of the Dew Tour vert ramp is terrible at is this: LOSING.

Bucky grew up an only child in Baltimore, MD, which whet his appetite for being the center of attention. He found his calling at the age of 12 when Santa left a Steve Caballero board under the Christmas tree. A short time later luck and fate led him to the vertical playground know affectionately as Hell Ramp. In 1988 he blasted onto the national scene with a groundbreaking part in the Powell Peralta video Public Domain and was rewarded with his own Powell Peralta signature pro model two short years later.


Christian Siereka

Bio Coming Soon


Tyson Bowerbank