Daniele Galli is back in Italy after a long vacation on the american streets. In this clip its first tricks at the knodel bowl since he come back in Italy.
Et voilà, Daniele Galli lies on the table along with his Fall Winter 2012-13 wardrobe.
Now that we know his clothing list, we just have to learn stomping Fs Rocks as Danny does. No sweat!
A few months ago Lorebini published a post named “Concrete Power” regarding a concrete bridge in the city of Potenza.
As soon as Daniele Galli has read the post, he drove to the south of Italy to skate this unusual spot and he rightly got the cover on 6:00AM 62 with this fs slasher photographed by Fede Romanello.
About a year ago, while skating the bastard bowl, Daniele Galli got injured.
An average person would require physical therapy for the recovery process. He would there find physical therapists, nurses and advanced machinery to do the job.
We can safely say that Daniele Galli is not your average person since what you see here was his way to recover from a nasty injury.
A restyled 6:00AM just got freshly printed. New paper and matte cover for an uprising Daniele Galli.
Daniele Galli is one of the first lucky italians to be invited at the Barcelona DC Embassy, recently opened DC’s indoor private skatepark, and since it’s pouring rain in Barcelona these days, he’s been skating it non-stop. The official video and photos from the visit of the italian delegation will be published on the DC Embassy website. The photos will also be published in a feature article on the next issue of 6:00AM magazine.
Still curled up in my bed sheets i get up to the hubble-bubbling of the classic labour day demonstration marching beneath my window, followed by another group in which i glimpse a palestinian flag, but the language spoken over the speakers doesn’t help me and my neighbour in understanding what it is exactly about…
After snapping a picture of the demonstration, i jet to the Lambro where we gather for heading to the Polaresco bowl in Bergamo.
So we sail with Amen and the Giordano bros; we meet there with Galli, Cattaneo and Formenti, along with a few locals and Bergum.
We then go to the Creedence Skatepark in Castrezzato, near Brescia, where we see a big party going on, picnic tables and good food, kids playing in the open fields, flea market, and the sweet transitions built by Seba Rossi, Kendall & co.
The park is genuinely fun, and the guys are already working to expand; a really good vibe with a great party for labour day, topped off with the night concert, which unfortunately we could not attend.
Thanks Creedence boys, see you next time!