Here’s our newest video with Adam Crigler riding the Catalyst!
With a home base in New York City, Adam Crigler is no stranger to urban longboard skating. From flatground to downhill, he is arguably the most well rounded longboard skater on the team. His board of choice, the Catalyst, matches his style with the ability to do a bit of everything well.
Usually when we drop a new Adam Crigler video, he’s ripping up New York so we decided to get him out of his element and bring him to sunny SoCal and the big city on the West Coast that is Los Angles.
With a new generation of skateboards out there proving that the types of tricks a rider can do on a skateboard shouldn’t be relegated to just the conventional 32 inch street skate, Arbor has introduced a shape to reflect the need for a longer board with features that lend well to nailing tricks. There is
Arbor Skateboards rider, Adam Crigler is the Boss! The longboarding boss of New York City. He knows how to tear the “Big Apple” a new one. Here he rips his new Arbor Catalyst 42 all over town and in Central Park ducking around big crowds of people, surprise thunder storms, mad cabbies, and potholes that appear from underneath a maze of moving traffic.
Arbor skateboards rider, Adam Crigler has a nice mellow skate session in Central Park on his Arbor Bug longboard. Just another day in the city.
Arbor Skateboards team rider, Adam Crigler is a New York City boy and in this video, he and friend, not so dirty Sanchez pick apart Central Park. I love living in the city!
7 years longboarding, 2 years skateboarding
WHO ELSE HELPS YOU OUT:
My team inspires me to be a better skater.
PREFERRED STYLE OF SKATEBOARDING:
Any and All.
WHAT’S YOUR LOCAL ZONE:
Chelsea Piers Skate Park NYC or Central Park.
Not following through.
BIGGEST PET PEEVE:
Split my undercarriage attempting to Ollie a garbage can with a Catalyst… 8 stitches… You can rest easy knowing everything is fine.
BEST PART OF SKATING:
Splitting your nutsack…
Broadway Bomb 2010 (the year I won)
All of Kody Shreds.
ONE THING EVERY SKATER SHOULD KNOW:
Tie your shoelaces together… I mean on each shoe tie the shoelace ends together. You get rid of the long slack and you just look for the knot and pull. You’re welcome!