SKATEBOARDING IN INDIA FULL LENGTH DOCUMENTARY

If you’ve been following the ‘Skateboarding In India’ videos, you’ll know about the work that Levi’s Skateboarding is doing in India with 2er and Holystoked. Enjoy the full documentary!

We joined the Holystoked skateboarding crew from Bangalore and the 2er building crew from Hannover, along with 24 skateboarders and builders from around the world to build the first, free public use skate park in India. Professional skateboarders Chet Childress, Al Partanen, Stefan Janoski, Omar Salazar, Lennie Burmeister, and Rob Smith all joined in on the build and skated the finished project.

SKATEBOARDING IN INDIA EPISODE 3

Enjoy the final episode of ‘Skateboarding in India’ from Levi’s Skateboarding.

We joined the Holystoked skateboarding crew from Bangalore and the 2er building crew from Hannover, along with 24 skateboarders and builders from around the world to build the first, free public use skate park in India. Professional skateboarders Chet Childress, Al Partanen, Stefan Janoski, Omar Salazar, Lennie Burmeister, and Rob Smith all joined in on the build and skated the finished project.

SKATEBOARDING IN INDIA PHOTOS

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For those who don’t know, the Levi’s® team went to India recently, where they partnered up with local organisations 2er and HolyStoked to build India’s first free public skatepark. These are some photos documenting what went down. You can watch the trailer video and webisode 1 HERE, and webisode 2 HERE.

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Images courtesy of Levi’s® Skateboarding.

SKATEBOARDING IN INDIA

Twenty four skateboarders from America, the UK and Germany traveled to Bangalore, India to build the first free public skatepark in India. Rad.

We joined the Holystoked skateboarding crew from Bangalore and the 2er building crew from Hannover, along with 24 skateboarders and builders from around the world to build the first, free public use skate park in India. Professional skateboarders Chet Childress, Al Partanen, Stefan Janoski, Omar Salazar, Lennie Burmeister, and Rob Smith all joined in on the build and skated the finished project.