30 Years of Animal Chin

30 Years of Animal Chin: The Chin Sessions 4/4

30 Years of Animal Chin: The Chin Sessions 4/4

The Animal Chin ramp has been rebuilt and is here to stay at Woodward West. Check out the original Bones Brigade members Tony Hawk, Steve Caballero, Mike McGill and Lance Mountain rip the ramp again including new tricks they’ve never done together. They also invited Christian Hosoi, Bucky Lasek, Kevin Staab, Tom Schaar, Lizzie Armanto, Clay Kreiner and Nicole Hause.

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30 Years of Animal Chin: Reshooting The Invert

30 Years of Animal Chin: Reshooting The Invert

This is the perspective of veteran skate photographer Grant Brittain as he talks about the surprising significance of the original invert photo. At the time no one knew this photo would come to represent the Chin Ramp more then anything else. We follow Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Mike McGill and Steve Caballero come together on the rebuilt Chin Ramp to recreate one of the most memorable skate photos in history.

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30 Years of Animal Chin: The Full Story

Other Clip: 30 Years of Animal Chin – The Full Story

It’s been 30 years since all the Bones Brigade members have got together and skated together on the Chin Ramp. This piece includes interviews by all the Chin skaters, original Chin Ramp builder Tim Payne, photographer Grant Brittain, and several very well known pro skaters whom were hugely impacted by the Chin ramp scene. Watch your favorite skaters on your favorite ramp ripping again, inspiring each other to not only recreate but to push each [...]

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30 Years of Animal Chin: Building The Chin Ramp

Other Clip: 30 Years of Animal Chin - Building The Chin Ramp

Powell Peralta’s 1986 film, “The Search For Animal Chin” , it was the Chin ramp that stole the show. The Chin Ramp was unfathomable in size and had just about every element from large extensions, larger channels, a mini ramp on the deck, a verticle spine and a tunnel. Built by Tim Payne, the Bones Bridage had just 3 days to skate the ramp before it was gone forever. Now 30 years later we hear from Tim Payne and the Brigade about their personal [...]

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