Words & Photos: Anthony Acosta
Living in LA, the daily routine can get a little redundant and sometimes a refresh is necessary to keep the fire lit. Things like traffic, hopping fences into school yards just to get kicked out over and over, and seeing so many spots getting skate stopped are just a few of the reasons to pack my bags and hit the road to find some inspiration and a much needed change of scenery.
Daan Van Der Linden, hurricane.
Chris Pfanner, frontside 180.
Elijah Berle, backside air.
Kyle Walker, frontside 50-50.
Barcelona has always been a top destination for skaters because of the laid back lifestyle and it's never ending list of spots. There are spots literally everywhere you look and it seems as though the city was designed with skateboarding in mind. I don't even know how many times I've been here, too many times to remember and once again I had an amazing trip. I witnessed some of the most talented skateboarders in the world take advantage of the city and its offering of spots. Most importantly, it was awesome and motivating to get out of the comfort zone for a bit and get fired up to skate!
Geoff Rowley, frontside wallride.
Daan Van Der Linden, nollie.
Elijah Berle, backside 50-50 across and down.
Daan Van Der Linden, backside wallride.