A Day In Canada With Ryan Decenzo | Field Day

Spend sun up to sun down on the skate programme around Vancouver BC with our main man Ryan Decenzo, as we share a Field Day down memory lane with Canada’s most decorated street skater of all time.

Morning finds us at the old Decenzo family homestead in North Delta, not far from the US/ Canadian border, where Ryan’s father talks to us about his son’s first dalliances with danger- riding dirt bikes on ice as a reckless youth.

After checking out his childhood home, we hightail it to the North Delta Rotary Skatepark which not only did both Ryan and his ripping brother Scott both sessioned to death as youngsters, but were also involved in the fundraising efforts to build.

From there, we roll into Vancouver proper and meet both Mitch Barrette (who you may remember from TJ Rogers’ epic cross-Canadian road trip Steady Pushing last summer) and Mikey Ray at the city’s superb skate plaza for the second of the day’s big throw down sessions, before next heading out into the city streets in search of manual terrain to wind down the tired legs somewhat.

At the city’s well-known Terry Fox plaza a plan is hatched to go on a product raid at the headquarters of Red Dragons, Canada’s long-established skate brand, before visiting the Leeside DIY skatepark constructed inside an abandoned bus terminus for the day’s final skate mission.

Hop in for a ride around the life of Ryan Decenzo as we enjoy a Field Day in magical Vancouver!

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BMX and Skateboarding Find a Home at the Olympics

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BMX and Skateboarding Find a Home at the Olympics

BMX and skateboarding are two popular extreme sports that have found a home at the Olympics. Both of these sports have been around for quite some time and have become increasingly popular in recent years. Although they originated in different countries, BMX and skateboarding have found a similar home in the Olympics. These sports are diverse and can be easily modified to fit different competitive events.

Streeting is a fast-paced skateboarding sport that originated in Southern California in the 1970s. Since then, organizers of streeting events have become more serious about safety, trail regulation, and inventory requirements. The sport is now regulated by several Raceser associations and is included in the Summer X-Games Summer Program. However, it is important to note that not all participants follow the official rules.

While BMX racing is the most popular BMX event, it is not without risk. The competitions are very high-speed and involve jumps. While it is possible to get seriously injured in a BMX race, the risks are much less than in freestyle competitions.

Skateboarding, snowboarding, and BMX are just some of the most popular extreme sports. Many people enjoy these extreme sports because they are exciting and entertaining. Major events are held throughout the world and are often streamed live. The X Games are a popular event, showcasing world-class athletes and Olympian Yosozumi Sakura.