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The Vans team is on fire right now, with the release of the very anticipated Propeller video and the huge tour following. It seems that Vans has been in the limelight as of late, if they weren't already.

Real threw a massive demo at Lincoln Park in LA and surprised Kyle Walker with a pro board all at once. Busenitz, Torres, Aultz and more were all out ripping and ready to congratulate Kyle on his jump to the pro ranks. Just as the demo turns pizza party, Kyle Walker gets a glimpse at his first pro board. Check out the…

Hold onto your britches folks, this is one wild ride. The Kyle Walker Propeller Raw Files fall in line with his full part in the latest and only Vans video, bringing nothing but sheer ripping to the table. Don't blow your brains out yet, AVE is up next...

When you think of skateboarding a few brands immediately come to mind. For most of you that company is Vans. Vans truly has played a huge part in what skateboarding is today. They’ve been dedicated to skateboarding since day one and after almost 40 years they released their first ever full length skate video, Vans Prop…

An extra make or two here, a twist of fate over there — and Real would have won this thing. Watch Jake Donnelly, Jake Ruiz, Justin Brock, Kyle Walker, Robbie Brockel and TJ Rogers in the Real Yard Sale footage for KOTR 2013.

The Real team hits Los Angeles for the final stretch of KOTR. They put down a rare (and awkward) three-in-one challenge, skate with Lil' Wayne, TJ Rogers melts your face off with tech and Brock talks shit after a beautiful kickflip late shove.

The Real team battles harsh bank-to-wall challenges, Mystery Guest TJ Rogers is a tech ledge-wizard, they find a mom who can kickflip, and Jake Ruiz continues to be the big surprise of KOTR with his shocking handrail assaults.

The Real crew gets in it to win it running through Portland, OR for Thrasher's King of the Road 2013 - Webisode 3. A stripper skates a flat rail, Brock tats Thrasher, pee gets chugged and Jake Ruiz lands one of the burliest 50-50s in King of the Road history.