Sure enough, it turns out that Googling ‘Andy Evans Just in Time eBay’ actually brings up an eBay listing for Andy Evans’ Just in Time DVD:
the screen preview in itself is a thing of beauty
Heel Toe Magic would not play this morning due to YouTube copyright nonsense. Sad times find a gem lose a gem.
Heel Toe Magic is much better than Just In Time too… That seemed like a bit of a peak time in UK skateboarding.
Can’t take the credit for finding this as it comes from another thread, but thought it would be worth posting in here as it fits nicely.
Andy Evans has a BitChute account too, and HTM is there too…
Yes Ben and Mike’s sections from HTM are both top draw but saying that Andy doesn’t make a rubbish video they are what it’s about not scared to poke fun at the industry with 1st class UK skating in between.
claus grabke with baguettes as hair still etched into my brain, so good
Anon doing tapestry ‘I dropped a stitch, you’ll have to do it again!’
Totally agree HTM is a better video, I’d never seen Just In Time til the other week, it is really good and funny but reckon I prefer Heel Toe Magic, all his videos that I’ve seen have been great, just rewatched the Vans Are We There Yet tour videoon the yamaaaaaar channel , Enjoyed Olly Tyreman ( spelling may well be fully off… made me laugh " Andrew and Tom, Andrew and Tom…" is he still going or what , was he on Consolidated or something ? (disclaimer :my brain may have made all this up).
Mike’s part in This N That is in my top 5 of all time.
Fuck man I’m going to have to session these very soon
A couple more here
Viewfinder 1 - Places and Faces
A4/Sole Tech UK - Hating Life
Mike Manzoori - Sound & Vision
How did I forget about that?
This is a good source of nostalgia
Some corkers on that list. The Reaction promo on HSC’s Loose Trucks and Two Smoking Bearings was a quality forgot all about that vid.
Weird seeing Attack on there. I guess it’s a British video, just with American footage.
A few more pearlers here to enjoy:
Sidewalk - In Motion
Wisdom - Pulling Teeth
Repost for this time-honoured classic