Shane Lubecker and Chandler Steele (2014 Ohio State Champion) filmed a new video after Mid East Regionals…definitely worth a look! These two are next generation champions…get in now so you can brag that you were a fan before they became World and National champions.
Owen Ekblad drops a nice little video part with a Square Wheels Rockefeller. Lots of promising talent here…another couple of years and Owen could be a real contender.
We mentioned that we were sick of the quickies and wanted a full video, and Robbie delivered a full video. Coincidence?
WE THINK NOT.
Robbie also seems to have dropped his Square Wheels YoYos and moved exclusively to using Werrd, rather abruptly. Kinda weird, but we love both companies so…whatever floats your boat, Robbie.
WALTER IS COMING!
The long-awaited signature model yoyo of Spencer Berry is almost here, and we’ve got a video to prove it.
Spencer, Blake Freeman, and Robbie Graham took some time to throw some production samples around and generally flaunt their awesomeness. If this doesn’t look like the most fun yoyo ever, you need to re-think your priorities.
Walter is available for pre-order at SpencerBerry.com.
Time for the 365yoyotricks.com Weekly Roundup! I swear, I’m going to get better about posting these. Honest. Be sure to check out the newly redesigned website for 365yoyotricks.com, and follow along on Twitter and Facebook for daily uploads.
Brandon Jackson from Duncan Toys gives us a guest trick inspired by his love of theme parks.
Rafael Matsunaga gives us a rejection repeater that is ridiculously awesome.
Jake Bullock shows off one of the burliest 5A wraps imaginable.
Spencer Berry smiles real big and teaches us another repeater inspired by Yuuki Spencer.
This is what happens when I watch videos of Nate Sutter and start playing with Seasicks.
Blake Freeman from Square Wheels makes Rock The Baby new again with this neat variation on an old trick.
Ernest Kahn reminds us that there are still MORE ways to bind an unresponsive yoyo.
And last, I give up a simple variation on 360, with 62% more Wes Anderson-ness.