Published on November 7, 2017 by
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Before our 2017 #LetsGoSkate U.S. Tour, we got the guys together for a series of jam sessions at The Orchid in Santa Barbara, CA.

Flat ground skateboarding can be done anywhere. You can do “cool” tricks and you can do dorky tricks. Stacy Peralta asked the guys to have a good time and try their favorite flat ground tricks. Hopefully this video will inspire you and your friends to go have a fun flat ground session!

Featuring: Brad McClain, Charlie Blair, Scott Decenzo, Ben Hatchell, Hollywood Martinez, Brodie Penrod, Landon Belcher, and Micaiah Furukawa.

Filmed and edited by Stacy Peralta/John Oliver

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