On Saturday, some well-known skateboarders celebrated Go Skate Day alongside a mass of some of New York City's most devoted riders, from the Lower East Side, across the Williamsburg Bridge, all the way to the House of Vans, to see Ghostface Killah and Raekwon perform. How well known? Try Eric Koston, Paul Rodriguez, Theotis Beasley, and Alex Olson to name a few.
And on Saturday, not only did Complex News's Sean Stout ride with them, but he caught up with them, too, to talk about the urge to get outside, and what Go Skate Day means to them. Check out the interviews above, and for all the rest of the day's skateboarding news, keep it locked to Complex.
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