Published on December 28, 2020 by
  • nikeskateboarding

Ben Lawrie welcomes the Nike SB Australia team to his hometown of Melbourne, Vic. Jack O’Grady, Rowan Davis, Noah Nayef, recent transplant Riley Pavey, and a slew of others wreak havoc on the city. Brass returns home while Aussie legend Anthony Mapstone holds his own among the new kids on the block. Even Malto makes an appearance. Welcome to Melbourne.


Riley Pavey

Corey Young

Raph Langslow

Jack O’Grady

Hayley Wilson

Harry McEvoy

Max Couling

Sean Malto

Kieran Woolley

Noah Nayef

Rowan Davis

Sam Sutton

Anthony Mapstone

Ben Lawrie

Nick Boserio

Harry Clark

Filmed and Edited by Geoff Campbell

Additional filming

Rowan Davis

Nick Boserio

Jon Fitzgerald

Chris Middlebrook

Sam Sutton

Titles by Trent Evans



Performed by Gregor

Written by Gregor Kompar

Album: Thoughts & Faults

Courtesy of Chapter Records

“Slonkers goin’ ape”

Performed by Boiling hot politician

Written by Rhys Grogan

Courtesy of Rhys Grogan

“Probably Right”

Performed by Lil Dust

Written by Errol Hopgood

Album: Xanny Pacquiao

Courtesy of Errol Hopgood

“In the Red”

Performed by Jackson Reid Briggs & the Heaters

Written By Jackson Reid

Album: Hammered

Courtesy of Jackson Reid Briggs

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