Skate Raid on the Russian Riviera: Chapter 1

Skate Raid on the Russian Riviera: Chapter 1

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Skate Raid on the Russian Riviera: Chapter 1

Russia is usually associated with snow, and frost, which is hardly a surprise, since most of the Russian territories have winter for half the year. But there is a tiny piece of land by the Black Sea called the Russian South, where a warm sub-tropical climate means skateboarding almost all-year long.

The weather in the Russian South has made it an alternative centre for skateboarding in Russia, where skaters from Moscow, Saint Petersburg and other northern cities go to escape winter.

Follow Robbie Brockel, Davis Torgerson, Mathias Torres, Gosha Konyshev and Maxim Kruglov as they skate Krasnodar in chapter 1 of Roaming the Russian Riviera.

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