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Matt Ramiller Is The Most Creative Skateboarder You’ve Never Heard Of

Fridges, tree trunks, upturned boats... there's nothing this dude cannot ride

Roots! Bloody roots. – Photo: YouTube

“No way” whines your pathetic mate Dirk, “I’m not skating today, it’s too nippy outside”. “Those marble ledges are broke, fam. I ain’t hitting them.”. YAWN, DIRK. YAWN.

There are a lot of reasons people use to not go out for a roll. Happily, Matt Ramiller is not one of those people.

In his latest edit, Ramillier, who’s just put pen to paper with Santa Fe Skateboards, skates all manner of preposterous things, including frozen roads, roofs, kickers made of snow, the beach, a fridge, the roots of an upturned tree, the hull of a boat, and Brian May while he’s eating a Walnut Whip.

Okay, we’ve made up the part about Brian May, but the rest are mild-meltingly legit.

So sit back and, assuming your computer can cope, enjoy this in all of it’s 480p quality. (Presumably now Matt’s on a pro hook up, his filmer can upgrade beyond a Nokia 3210).

This is the only time “Hull” and “rad” have been used in the same breath – Photo: YouTube
Not a bad view, is it – Photo: YouTube
Roof? Check. Snow? Check. Fridge? Check – Photo: YouTube

Can You Use A ÂŁ1,500 Apple Mac Book Pro As A Skateboard?

Too frosty to skateboard? Nah… – Photo: YouTube
So dope – Photo: YouTube
Pride, fall, etc… – Photo: YouTube

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