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Greener Pastures Offshore – EP1 The Island – Official

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At last it is here! Episode 1 of Greener Pastures Offshore is live, and looking pretty rad. This first segment introduces the riders and the location, with a level of polish not seen in many downhill skate videos. We’re looking forward to the rest of the series.

The first episode “The Island” presents the project through our riders, location and the locals on the island. We owe the locals our gratitude and respect for working with us. Our very international and talented group of riders were requested for specific reasons as to what they would bring to the project. Our location and the riders difference in styles is revealed through foreshadowing what is to come in the five episode series.

Producing Greener Pastures Offshore has been an ambitious project for all involved. Working with leading creative producers and top companies in the longboard industry we’ve portrayed the sport not just in the “Extreme Sport” category, but in a narrative, artistic and cultural way.  It has been a long, but fortunate process of meeting the right people at the right times; people who share the vision of Longboarding as a sport, way of life and passion to create an amazing team. This is a project for longboarders by longboarders.

The location was picked for its dense skating opportunities, year round temperate weather, unique and diverse microclimates, high elevation and pristine road construction. The relaxed island life and welcoming local riders creates a Mecca for our sport! Playing off the island location, the project name “Offshore” has been used to provide subtle secrecy to our location. As spots become known, we must remember that respect of the locals is most important to protect the longevity of our sport.

The focus of GP Offshore has been to work with young, talented free riders that are highly skilled and under-exposed. These riders are stars at the grass roots level; roll models, and community leaders in their own geographic location.  It is apparent some of these riders are out of the global spotlight because their location is out of the hub of skateboarding: America. Traveling internationally opens the eyes in many ways. Skateboarding transcends language, religion and culture. There is no shortage of skilled riders. We can expect a lot from our riders, as they have vast opportunity for growth.


Kid Jerusalem – “Warship”
Zolton the Guitar – “See the Sky”
Evolversband – “Long Nights”
DJHashtag – “All Over”


Art Director – Zurich, Switzerland – Tamara Prader
Director – Madrid, Spain – Alberto Alepuz (Perro Pro)
Director of Photography – Geneva, Switzerland – Yvon Labarthe
Marketing Director – Guadalajara, Mexico – Claudio Uribe
Photographer – Barcelona, Spain – Agro, Adrian Rodriguez
Producer – Vancouver, Canada – Patrick Switzer
Production Assistants – Offshore – Martin Diaz, Marcos Costa


Axel Serrat – Barcelona, Spain – Original Skateboards
Bruno Sirera – Mallorca, Spain – Bustin Boards
Camilo Cespedes – Bogota, Colombia – Orangatang Wheels
Dandoy Tongco – Mactan, Philippines – Orangatang Wheels
Ethan Cochard – Plano, Texas – Loaded Boards
Kevin Bouaich – Belfort, France – Sick Boards
Kody Noble – Los Angeles, California – Arbor Skateboards
Levi Green – Citrus Heights, California – Rayne Longboards
Maximilian Gradlmiller – Vancouver, Canada – Landyachtz Longboards

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GPO Episode 1


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