In the previous episode we had video revolution that Plan B created with “Questionable”, era of street skateboarding, Danny Way as the most influential skateboarder and much more.
Plan B was on top of skateboarding following the release of their influential videos “Questionable” and “Virtual Reality” that essentially laid the ground for modern skateboarding.
Plan B resurrection!
With the entire team pushing boundaries and ushering in a new era based on Mike Ternasky’s vision Plan B seemed like an unstoppable team until a fatal car accident took it all away. Danny Way and Colin McKay let the dream of Plan B go along with Ternasky’s passing, but seven years later the two came together and laid out the terms and ideals required in order to properly resurrect Plan B.
If, and only if, they as the new company owners could continue to pursue the excellence Ternasky instilled in them through a new generation. With Ryan Sheckler and Paul Rodriguez carrying the torch, Plan B was resurrected in 2005.
There was sad… It was just it was so unbelievably sad. I mean Mike was so much to them. You can’t imagine.– Steve Rocco
Plan B Skateboards’ “Next Generation”
In the next video you can learn how two rising stars to turned heads with their skating in both the streets and in competitions more than eight years ago, and what made them the sought after keys to Plan B’s rebirth.
Dave Swift, Steve Rocco, Pat Duffy, Sean Sheffey, Chris Miller, Chris Cole, Colin McKay, Danny Way, PJ Ladd, Paul Rodriguez, Ryan Sheckler & Grant Brittain
Heavy Young Heathens – Double Identity
SK-The Nucc – Pot Of Gold
Barrows – Pirates
Tears For Fears – Shout (Oh Yeah Remix)
The Cinema – Picasso
Dephonic – Stand Together
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These are, and always have been, the skaters changing the game and upping the ante with their riding, and “Legacy. The History of Plan B Skateboarding” tells their story from inception …