Plan B - TrueDecember 2, 2014
In 1991 a skateboard company was created with the most revered team roster in the history of skateboarding, it was named Plan B. A year later the first video "Questionable" debuted and it caused a shockwave through skateboarding still felt to this day. The 2nd Plan B video "Virtual Reality" came out a year later with the same legendary dominance. The visionary and owner of Plan B, Mike Ternasky died in an auto accident in 1994 and left his legacy with two of the founders of Plan B, legendary skateboarders Danny Way and Colin McKay. Plan B skateboards is proud to introduce our 5th full length video, "TRUE" featuring Ryan Sheckler, Chris Joslin, Felipe Gustavo, Scott Decenzo, Trevor McClung, Pat Duffy, Torey Pudwill, and others. In the tradition of Plan B videos, TRUE stands as one of the most anticipated videos of all time. The team carries the torch from the spark which Mike Ternasky created from day one.
Second Hand SmokeJanuary 1, 1994
Plan B's Second Hand Smoke video featured Sal Barbier, Ronnie Bertino, Pat Channita, Pat Duffy, Colin McKay, Jeremy Wray, Rodney Mullen and Danny Way.
QuestionableJanuary 1, 1992
The first offering in the iconic Plan B video "fourology", the release of Questionable Video promptly set the skateboard community on its ear while screaming, "change!" into the other. In the age of cut-down high tops and late shove-its, the hellish Plan B roster (brought together by a visionary Mike Ternasky) rose above the transitional feel of the era by pioneering today's tech + handrail methodologies. Shot lovingly with shouldered VHS dinosaurs and screw-on fisheyes, Questionable is an undoubtedly raw, homegrown, and pure skateboarding video that not only reflects a major turning point in skateboarding's evolution, but illuminates the path that the sport will follow over the next decade.
The RevolutionOctober 1, 1997
Plan B (1997). The fourth and final installment of the Plan B fourology, The Revolution gives a timely nod to the fundamental changes the team's diverse video productions- Questionable (1992), Virtual Reality (1993), Second Hand Smoke (1994)- made in the direction of modern skateboarding. While stomping a broad and progressive path into the sport's future, each and every incarnation of the Plan B team typified real to real skateboarding, period. Over three years in the making , and well worth the wait Revolution is far the most modern of the company's video offerings in both form and content, but by no means follows the standard format of the day, choosing instead to lead the world of skateboarding to the bitter end. In order of appearance: Pat Channita, Matt Hensley, Jeremy Wray, Rick McCrank, Brian Emmers, Pat Duffy, Colin McKay, and Danny Way.
Virtual RealityJune 12, 1993
As skateboarding begins to embrace the importance of it's own history, Plan B's second release, Virtual Reality, quickly establishes itself as one of skateboarding's most significant video productions of all time. Only one year after their inaugural release (Questionable Video 1992), Plan B stepped to the fold under the guidance of Mike Ternasky and convincingly shrugged off the sophomore video jinx. In today's massive era of skateboard prominence, Virtual Reality remains a flick that's just as significant for its representation of the period's for and style, as it is for the bar raising development and progression it depicts.