The latest and greatest CB skate flick, Full Coverage. Filmed & released in 2016 by Kenzie Williamson & Harry Doyle. Featuring Ryan MacArthur, Kenzie Williamson, Dylan Hawco, Mitch McFadgen and company. Full Coverage from cblocals on Vimeo.
The third and final instalment in the Scenery series. A new generation of local skaters and a few cameos from original Scenery legends. HD footage mixed in with a some classic VX1K gold, Scenery 3 is one of the best videos our skate scene has ever produced. Scenery 3 from cblocals on Vimeo.
Gulfin, a cult classic of Cape Breton skate video history. Featuring and produced by Shane Wilkie and a crew of almost all Northsiders. 7 minutes and 24 seconds of raw street skating, enjoy. Gulfin' from shane wilkie on Vimeo.
Skipping ahead a few years in local Cape Breton skate video history.. Coastal was released in 2010 after 3 years of filming. Filmed almost entirely with VX1Ks, Costal was a collaboration between Ryan Boutilier and Ryan Mansfield featuring the shop skate team at the time, staff & the hommies. Inspired by Scenery but more like its kid brother, a little rougher on the edges and a little immature.. Now available for the first time in its entirety online, Enjoy!
Week two of our local skate video throw back feature, cblocals next full length, Scenery 2. Filmed hot off the heels of the original Scenery, from 2003 - 2005, Scenery 2 truly raised the bar of production quality. This was the first local skateboard video to be premiered at Cineplex (Empire theatres then) and major upgrades to camera equipment and a professional DVD/Soundtrack set the bar high for local skateboard video production. The theatre was sold out for two shows, these were the golden days of the Cape Breton skate scene. scenery 2 from cblocals on Vimeo.