On a recent trip down south the Whiskey crew stopped by the main headquarters over at Sector 9 and got busy in the infamous Bread Bowl.
Josh Stafford encompasses every aspect of what the Whiskey Project represents and has to offer. Josh has been in the vert game ever since he was a young buck and grew up skating with some of world’s best skateboarders.
Watch in awe as Daniel MacDonald goes unnecessarily fast down this neighborhood run above the Pacific. Hailing from a flat zone on the East Coast, Daniel MacDonald fulfills his need for speed down a dangerous two way unmarked neighborhood run known as the Lachman Ness Monster.
The Sucrose crew is up to their old tricks – sub-Urban slashing and yolo bombing on the new Grillz edition of our Vice wheel. Check out Daniel MacDonald, Cooper Darquea, and Will Clay getting their Grillz on in the neighborhoods north of Arbor’s Venice Headquarters.
The Whiskey Project’s Sean Imes, Jared Huss and Sid Melvin hit the streets of NYC before the cold winter season settled in.
Check out this Quick Clip video Matt K and SkateHouse Media put together of Team Rider KJ Nakanelua ripping the Banzai Skatepark on the North Shore of Oahu on the Shakedown 34.
In this last installment from the Whiskey Project and Caliber Trucks, the crew hits Portland and the streets of Seattle. After sinking their teeth into the state of Washington, the Van heads south down the coast and hits Lincoln City and Willits.
The Crew ventures off the map in this episode and makes a pit stop at Windells and shred the Eugene and Klamath Falls Skate Parks. In this second installment from the Whiskey Project and Caliber Trucks Northwest trip, you can clearly see how the Northwest is home to the most unique skate parks, surrounded by Mother Nature.