2017 sees the return of The Berrics video series In Transition. Now in its 3rd season, it’s a skate contest like no other. 9 pro skaters chosen for their transition skills, are tasked to produce a full video part at only one location of their choice – as long as the terrain is transition!
Anything goes so expect huge airs, creative transfers and technical tricks on super steep concrete. The video parts are released every day and the winner is decided by public vote.
Past winners, Daewon Song and Pedro Barros, have set the bar ridiculously high so we’re super hyped to see what this year’s crop will produce. As the parts are released we will update this page with the videos so be sure to check back!
The 2017 In Transition Line up
This years skaters are: Kevin Kowalski, Sam Beckett, Ben Nordberg, Charlie Blair, Jack Fardell, Tristan Rennie, Trey Wood, Louie Barletta, Willy Lara and young gun CJ Collins.
As with previous years, each skater releases a ‘On Location’ video to accompany the full part which gives a great insight into what it took to film their part and the thinking behind it.
Poindexter Park, Moorpark, California.
Will Lara – on location
Will Lara – full part
Goodyear park, Goodyear, Arizona.
CJ Collins – on location
CJ Collins – full part
Belvedere Park, East Los Angeles, California.
Jack Fardell – on location
Jack Fardell – full part
Prince Park, Oceanside, California.
Trey Wood – on location
Trey Wood – full part
Fontana North, Fontana, California
Tristan Rennie – on location
Tristan Rennie – full part
Bradley Stoke Skatepark, Bath, England.
Ben Nordberg – on location
Ben Nordberg – full part
Charlie Blair – on location
Charlie Blair – full part
Louisville Skatepark, Louisville, Kentucky.
Sam Beckett – on location
Sam Beckett – full part
Scott Stamnes Memorial park in Orcas Island, Washington.
Kevin Kowalski – on location
Kevin Kowalski – full part
The Bone Air Ramp, San Jose. (Louie’s backyard!)
Louie Barletta – on location
Louie Barletta – full part