Josh Zentmeyer oozes charisma. From his dayjob to the skatepark, from the skatepark to the wakepark, Josh is always excelling at what he’s doing. It’s no wonder that his unfailing work ethic has morphed him into an incredible skateboarder and wakeskater. Josh brings a unique perspective to wakeskating and often pops his signature Andrew Reynolds-esqe frontside flips higher than most big-box pros can dream (proof at 2:32). We’re proud to see Josh flying the Ambush Board Co. flag and look forward to watching his bright future unfold.
The boys are back and Spring is in the air. Check out the Robert Johnson vibes in this new Spring Mix edit featuring your favorite Ambush skaters doing what they do best. Filming by Max, Matt Mazza, Josh Butler and Dakota Plumley.
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This beast of a tour edit features Travis Glover, Chaz Ortiz, and Black Dave in South America in honor of Zoo’s 20th Anniversary. It’s humbling to see T. Gloves getting so much shine internationally. Keep it up homie.
“In late April/early May, ZOO YORK embarked on a multi-city tour of South America in celebration of our 20 Year Anniversary. Starting in Brazil, then heading down to Argentina and Chile, watch as the crew tears through demos, the streets, the parties and take in all each city has to offer. Thank you to everyone that came out and the ZOO Family worldwide.” – ZOO YORK
Peep Travis Glover putting it on for ZOO YORK, Ambush Board Co, and the city of Atlanta in this new edit from the Zoo York Institute. “Smooth like a hot comb on nappy ass hair” – André 3000
More about Travis on the Ambush blog.
Tony Hawk is a videogame character, a radio personality , a cartoon, an X-Games commentator, an entrepreneur, and most importantly a professional skateboarder. Oh yeah, and now he’s on Independent.
We’re pretty sure that the Birdman will always be a relevant name in the realm of professional skateboarding. Don’t believe me? Jes watch…
Two words: Pedro Barros. The Brazilian wonder-kid can’t legally by a pack of smokes yet but his skating is as mature as fine wine. Barros, already an X-Games gold medalist, rips street, tranny, vert, and is even fluent on a mega ramp. Needless to say this new edit from Volcom blew our minds a bit. My guess is that 2013 will be Barros’s biggest year to date.
More from Volcom at AmbushBoardCo.com