41 Skateboarding YouTube Channels: Must-Follow For Updates

41 Skateboarding YouTube Channels: Must-Follow For Updates

Do you like cool skating videos? Are you looking forward to improving your skills by watching YouTube videos? While it might sound easy, getting the right channel with the content you want can be challenging.

I know how frustrating it can be to explore through channels and search for specific content. Though many channels cover skating-related content, most miss crucial videos, like tips and tricks.

So, to save you from the searching pain, I have listed 41 Skateboarding YouTube Channels that you should follow for great content.

List of 41 Skateboarding YouTube Channels


 41. Andyzbox

Andyzbox

With 7.18K subscribers, the UK-based channel Andyzbox features a wide variety of skating Videos. Their playlist includes skating competitions, like the world cup, and indoor racing with electric longboards.

Subscribers: 7.18K

40. Sk8 Book

Sk8 Book

Sk8 book is an Indian-based channel that covers the content on skating from all over the world. The channel’s playlist features various pro skaters from whom you can learn new tricks. There are also various competition videos and also style videos to teach you some tricks.

Subscribers: 11.3K

39. Chad Caruso

Chad Caruso

Chad Caruso’s YouTube channel covers various tricks and tips to improve overall skating and mini-ramp skating. The channel has numerous playlists with skateboarding challenges like “50 tricks on 50 states,” where Caruso visits various states to learn a new trick.

This channel is educational and entertaining and provides detailed explanations of every trick.

Subscribers: 56.1K

38. Rad Rat Video

Rad Rat Video

Rad rat Video channel, which has over 15 million views, focuses on everything related to skating, including games. They also focus on math and mini-documentaries that are related to skateboarding.

With over 30 playlists on skating-related videos, the Rad Rat Video channel is a must-follow for the members of the skating community.

Subscribers: 71.1K

37. Patinagem Velocidade Portugal

Patinagem Velocidade Portugal

Patinagem Velocidade Portugal (Speed skating Portugal) is a Portugal-based speed skating channel. The channel’s playlists cover various tournaments and competitions from 2016. If you’re a fanatic of speed skating, this is a great channel for updates on the sport and more.

Subscribers: 82.5K

36. Sahil Skating College

Sahil Skating College

Sahil Skating college channel, which is Indian based, covers various skating lessons. The owner Imran, who is a 15 times world record holder, uploads great skating videos you can follow and train online. Since it covers both inline and roller skating, people interested in skating should follow the channel.

Subscribers: 84.1 K

35. Skate Hacks

Skate Hacks

The skate hacks channel is an educational channel featuring various lessons and tutorials. Each trick is explained in detail and in slow motion so that by the end of a video, you will be more familiar with the trick.

Their playlists include grind and slides, flips, and tutorials which makes it recommendable to new and experienced skateboarders.

Subscribers: 88.1K

34. Creature Skateboards

Creature Skateboards

Creature Skateboards channel is another good channel with great street and park skating videos. The videos are shots of the various members of the channel as they freelance in a pack doing great tricks. With tons of styles and tricks to learn from the pros featured in the channel, it’s worth subscribing to keep up to date.

Subscribers: 93.2K

33. Flow Skate

Flow Skate

Flow Skate YouTube Channel by Alex and Shaun features various videos on inline skating. The Channels playlist includes “how to” videos where you can learn new styles and tricks. There are also tutorial videos covering basic to intermediate lessons on inline skating.

Subscribers: 129K

32. Never Stop Improving

Never Stop Improving

The never stop improving channel is a channel every skater should follow, especially beginners. Its owner Justin doesn’t just teach you how to skate better but also addresses the risks and advises you on how to protect yourself.

Moreover, the playlists are extensive, from beginner-level lessons and tricks through advanced with the sole aim of improving your experiences

Subscriber: 130K

31. Carlos Rick

Carlos Rick

The Brazilian-based Carlos Rick’s YouTube channel shows various styles by pro skaters from all over the world. Among the playlists are raw videos and footage of some known pro skaters from which you can learn new styles.

Another great playlist is the “Best Of,” which features the best tricks from various Pros.

Subscribers: 131K

30. Skateboarding Nation

Skateboarding Nation

Skateboarding Nation is a Brazil-based channel featuring several great skating videos. Among their playlist with many videos is “Awesome tricks” from which you can watch and learn various tricks from various pros.

While not all videos are educational, they’re all about the love of skateboarding, making the channel recommendable to skaters.

Subscribers: 182K

29. Skate Box

Skate Box

The skate box channel is an all-skateboarding video channel sharing advice and tricks. Their playlists range from educational videos and teaching tricks to warning videos that point out the various things that ruin the game of SKATE.  With great videos every week, you should follow the channel for more skating content.

Subscribers: 215K

28. Hans Woters

Hans Woters

The Hans Wouters channel features various tutorials and videos on longboarding. Hans, who is the owner, explains the tips in detail to ensure new learners understand. With 12 Playlists and over 100 videos, the channel is promising and worth following for more great content.

Subscribers: 219K

27. KING 5

KING 5

King 5 is a news and broadcasting network based in Seattle, Washington, which covers various activities, including sports. The channel occasionally covers skateboarding and has several videos on its YouTube channel. King 5 can be great for sports updates, especially if you live in Seattle or nearby areas.

Subscribers: 250K

26. The Nine Club

The Nine Club

The nine club channel features a live show between various skating legends and pros. They live the show on Monday at 12 am (pst), where various subjects on skating are discussed. You should follow the channel to catch some of the skateboarding legends and learn new stories.

Subscribers: 252K

25. Dale Decker

Dale Decker

Dale Decker‘s is among the skateboard YouTube channels that feature podcasts, product reviews, vlogs, and various skating tutorial videos for

Most of the videos are related to skateboarding, which makes the channel recommendable for skaters. Also, the channel has a challenge and DIY playlist that teaches you how to create custom obstacles.

Subscribers: 255K

24. Ninja Lifestyle

Ninja Lifestyle

The Ninja Lifestyle channel features reviews on various skating clips forwarded by the channel’s fans. There are also podcasts and some awesome skating videos you can learn tricks from. The playlists are extensive and cover a lot of skating activities, including fails and challenges.

Subscriber: 266K

23. Skateboard Bruh

Skateboard Bruh

The skateboard bruh channel features various skateboarding activities and product reviews. This channel is also educative, with several lessons on some stunts, and most videos are YouTube shots. The channel is overall fun and filled with great stunts, which makes the channel worth following.

Subscribers: 283K

22. Yung Wavy

Yung Wavy

Yung wavy is a skateboarding YouTube channel dedicated to teaching tricks and tips. The videos in the channel are well organized, with a playlist having more than one tutorial video for one trick. Follow Yung Wavy and join the fun while learning many new skating tricks.

Subscribers: 297K

21. Skate Or Die

Skate Or Die

With over 40 million views, the skate or die channel is a good skating boarding channel providing skating tips and news. Their contents are fun and educational, providing some advice to improve the skating experience.

Besides, they also have a “Skate stories” playlist where you can learn about various skaters’ skating journeys for motivation.

Subscribers: 417K

20. Nka Vids Skateboarding

Nka Vids Skateboarding

Nka Vids skateboarding is a channel as old as YouTube, featuring great skating content. Their playlists have a lot of videos recorded in great skate parks across the United States and Asia. By following the channel, you’ll learn new tricks and know new parks from the videos.

Subscribers: 451K

19. Woodward

Woodward

Woodward channels feature various competitive games, including skating, BMX, snowboarding, and Freeskiing. The channel has various videos and playlists. One of the playlists features the Dew tour Des Moines which covers competitions.

Woodward channel also provides tips to athletes, including how to do flops and backside feeble stalls.

Subscribers: 568 K

18. Jonny Giger

Jonny Giger

The Jonny Giger channel, which is Switzerland based, features Jonny doing some of the most difficult tricks. This channel is great for lessons since he explains in detail what is required to land a trick successfully.

Some of the playlists on the channels feature challenges between pros in flat-ground skating.

Subscribers: 658K

17. VLSkate

Vlskate channel covers various skateboarding activities, including tutorials and reviews. The videos in the “How to videos” playlist are in detail for your understanding. Since it also features various tips videos, the channel is worth following by both beginner and pro skaters.

Subscribers: 741K

16. David Jones

David Jones

Davidsjones channel, which has almost a billion views, features snowboarding and finger-boarding videos. The playlists are fun and informative, where you can learn various finger-boarding tricks which you can do on a skateboard.

This channel also has some DIY videos, including making manual pads for a skateboarding challenge.

Subscribers: 849K

15. John Hill

John Hill

With over 200 million views, John Hill‘s channel explores various skateparks across the state and also features numerous pro skaters. His playlists include “Skateboard Tips and Tricks,” where you can learn many new tricks.

The exploration videos are a great way to learn the features of various parks across the United States and also their shortcomings.

Subscribers: 1.03M

14. Rodfilmes

Rodfilmes

Rodfilmes is one of the Brazilian-based YouTube skateboarding channels where you can learn skateboarding through tutorials. The channel has various playlists with lessons, including finger skating. With over 20 playlists of skating videos, the channel is worth liking and following.

Subscribers: 1.05M

13. Totallyanton

Totallyanton

Totallyanton channel, which has over 1.5 billion views, features videos uploaded by the owner Anton. The videos, which include YouTube shorts, cover many things but also skating and reviewing various skating products like_

and more.

Thus, the channel is fun and worth following for entertainment and to discover various new items.

Subscribers: 1.25M

12. Josh Neuman

Josh Neuman

With over 250 million views, Josh Neuman’s channel features many downhill skateboarding videos. Most of the playlists feature Josh longboarding downhill from some of the iconic high mountain roads in France, Switzerland, Italy, and America.

If you’re a fan of downhill skateboarding, the channel provides insight into the various places you can visit and also some lessons.

Subscribers: 1.26M

11. The Berrics

The Berrics

The Berrics YouTube channels date back to 2013 and have almost 500 million views. It Features some of the great skateboarders and hosts various skating tournaments. By watching a tournament like Battle of the Berrics, you can learn new tricks from pros and master them.

Subscribers: 1.39M

10. Sam Tabor

Sam Tabor

Sam Tabor‘s channel has over 1.4 million subscribers and features various vlogging and skating videos. His videos are not just pure tutorials, but they include vlogs covering the tutorial in between the video. The channel also has reaction videos but is averaged by vlogs, which is satisfactory and deserves a follow.                                                                                                                                                    

Subscribers: 1.44M

09. X Games

X Games

X Games are another action sports channel that covers various games, including skateboarding. Their playlists are full of a variety of videos from different sports shows. With over 50 videos on skating and skating competitions, the X games are a must-follow for skate lovers.

Subscribers: 1.52 M

08. Strictly Skateboarding

Strictly Skateboarding

The strictly skateboarding channel, launched in 2017, provides skateboarding-related entertainment videos. Their videos are filmed and edited by the channel owners, making them unique. If you just had a busy skating day and are looking for some entertainment, the strictly skateboarding channel has you covered.

Subscribers: 1.68M

07. Luis Mora

Luis Mora

Luis Mora’s channel covers various skating activities across states and countries. Most of the videos show street skating providing deeper insight into different locations while featuring some young skateboarders. Though the channel doesn’t have a playlist, you should follow it for great videos from some iconic locations

Subscribers: 1.69M

06. RIDE Channel

RIDE Channel

Launched in 2011, the Ride channel features various skateboarding shows, events, and interviews. Some of their great tours and shows are originals and only available on their channel. With much educative content in their playlists, the Ride Channel can make a great addition to your YouTube skateboard channels.

Subscribers: 1.72M

05. Thrasher Magazine

Thrasher Magazine

The thrasher magazine YouTube channel features skateboarding news and shares skateparks events. This covers various street skating videos with cool stunts that skaters can learn. The playlists also feature multiple skateparks, and some videos feature the fun-to-watch Skateline videos by Gary Rogers.

Subscribers: 3M

04. Braille Skateboarding

Braille Skateboarding

The Braille skateboarding channel, with almost 2 billion views, features various tutorials and experiments. Their learning videos cover step-by-step tutorials, which makes them best for beginners and intermediate skaters.

Similarly, the experimental playlists show Aaron Kyro and other Pros taking various challenges, like kickflipping on a glass skateboard.

Subscribers: 5.77M

03. Andrew Schrock

Andrew Schrock

Andrew Schrock’s channel features a variety of Skateboard YouTube videos. In the Playlist, like how to skateboard (or die!), you can learn new tricks and improve your skating skills. The channel has several other skating playlists and videos, which can provide great lessons for you.

Subscribers: 5M

02. Wired

Wired

The wired channel has almost 10 million subscribers and features great tutorials and skating videos. Some of the tutorials are hosted by professional skateboarder Tony Hawk, who explains the tips and styles in detail. The channel also answers some of the frequently asked questions unrelated to skates.

Subscribers: 9.86M

01. Jordan Matter

Jordan Matter

Jordan Matter channels feature various skateboarding videos by young skateboarders and experienced skaters. Jordan, a photographer, shoots her daughter sky brown, a vert skater doing various skateboarding tricks, which might interest you.

Also, the channel has playlists on various activities like challenges and Gymnastics.

Subscribers: 13.8M

Conclusion


Well, now all left to do is connect to any of the channels above and enjoy. The videos will surely provide you with the intended content to aid in practicing and mood elevation. However, before trying any new tricks observed, don’t forget to wear protective gear.

About the author

Kyle Spinks is a skating enthusiast from Montana. He has been passionate about the sport for over a decade and loves to share his experiences and knowledge with others through his blog, skateupdates.com.

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