Rob Dyrdek Successfully Kick Flips All-New Chevy Sonic.mp4

A kick flip -- a 360-degree rotation in mid-air -- is a common stunt on a skateboard. Not so much in a vehicle. But Dyrdek, host of MTV's Fantasy Factory and Ridiculousness, and the Chevy Sonic are up for trying firsts Here is the article about the Jump - About 3D Car Shows The 3D Car Shows site provides quality information, videos and images about various national and international automotive events.

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The DC Video [Full Movie] 2003
"The best skateboarding movie of all time." Over three years in making, The DC Video features the talents of one of the most dynamic teams in skateboarding. Individually, DC's skaters have had a staggering impact on the sport. Now for the first time, their diverse talents come together for the first ever DC Shoes skateboarding film. Filmed on location around the world, The DC Video features the DC Super Ramp and introduces the revolutionary DC Mega Ramp. The DC Video features Danny Way, Colin McKay, Rob Dyrdek, Josh Kalis, Stevie Williams, Anthony Van Engelen and Brian Wenning. Also appearing is the DC amateur team as well as special guest Christopher "Big Black" Boykin, a pro skaters best friend. --------------------------------------------- ***All rights belong to their respective owners, For entertainment purpose only*** -----------------Starring-------------------- Anthony Van Engelen: 3:06 Josh Kalis: 6:43 Rob Dyrdek: 9:55 Ryan Smith: 14:52 Colin McKay: 18:20 Brian Wenning: 20:26 Greg Myers: 24:20 Robbie McKinley: 25:25 Ryan Gallant: 26:14 Stevie Williams: 27:51 Danny Way: 30:40 -----------------Songs-------------------- Intro - Metallica - Orion Anthony Van Engelen Intro - Tortoise - Cornpone Brunch Anthony Van Engelen - Ted Nugent - Storm Troopin' Josh Kalis - Gang Starr - Full Clip Rob Dyrdek Intro - Tommy Guerrero - Organism Rob Dyrdek - Eric B. & Rakim - Juice (Know The Ledge) Ryan Smith - Iron Maiden - Run To The Hills Colin McKay Intro - ? Colin McKay - Rupert Holmes - Escape (The Pina Colada Song) Brian Wenning Intro - Sixtoo - Duration Segment Brian Wenning - Mr. Dibbs - Bamboo Greg Myers, Robbie McKinley, Ryan Gallant - Pegboy - Strong Reaction Stevie Williams - Beanie Sigal - Just Realize Danny Way #1 - Suicidal Tendencies - You Can't Bring Me Down Danny Way #2 - Metallica - Orion Credits - Frank Black and the Catholics - Dog In The Sand Bonus - Ryan Smith Animation - Agent Orange - El Dorado _____________________ Tricks evolve, Spots change, trends fade, but... Skateboarding is forever