Camp Woodward

Skateboarders Lamont Holt and Chris Harris takeover Camp Woodward West on this week's episode of the NKA Project! Lamont kicks things off with manual combos inside the hanger while Chris handles the mini ramp. Next up both guys show off their skills on the many ledges and rails at this skate paradise! Who threw down the best trick in this clip? Let us know in the comments below!

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Woodward West is a playground for skateboarders with all kinds of features, and in this new NKA Project video it appears that Jordan Maxham skated all of them. From rails to banks, from outside to inside, Maxham lands bangers on any obstacle that stands in his way.

Tall bikes are back! Ryan first introduced tall BMX bikes in the jousting episode of Getting Awesome and now he's taking them to camp Woodward West with BMXer Mike Escamilla for a day of hard charging! These bikes aren't easy to ride, but Ryan and Mike progress quickly from cruising the wood ramps and dirt jump track before unleashing on the MegaRamp! Find out how the bikes and bodies hold up on this episode of Getting Awesome and don't forget to let Ryan know what you think of this tall tale below!

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