Bob Scerbo's Skapegoat collection
Since the late '90s, New Jersey's Bob Scerbo has been quietly amassing an impressive collection of photography documenting his travels throughout the world. Some of these photos have been compiled in his more recent zine "Skapegoat," and before that, in his first zine dubbed "Scrappin." Over the past year, Scerbo has continued traveling throughout the U.S. and shooting new photos, including choice selections from the following collection. Here, T-1's Hanson Little helps out draining a pool in Phoenix, Arizona.
Transition curve at the infamous white walls in Phoenix, Arizona.
York, Pennsylvania, has long been a flatland mecca in the U.S., but it never really got its due for street riding. Here, Animal's Jeff Kocsis icepicks a bank to ledge on an untapped York spot.
Transition carve, Pennsylvania.
Longtime Animal Bikes team rider Stevie Hamilton airs an unknown DIY spot in New Jersey.
If there's a tight transition, Mark "Ratkid" Gralla will figure out how to ride it, including this unknown spot in New Jersey.
Tailwhip close to the water in New Jersey.
Queens locals pose for the camera in New York City.
Mark Gralla, Jeff Kocsis
Mark Gralla (seated) and Jeff Kocsis enjoy a moment of downtime while visiting the Outer Banks in North Carolina.
Scerbo's dog, Harley, runs along the beach at the Outer Banks in North Carolina.
Toothpick on pool coping at an unnamed skatepark somewhere in the Outer Banks area of North Carolina.
Air out of an Outer Banks, North Carolina, bowl.
Air out of a tight bank in Austin, Texas.
Opposite air out of a concrete quarter in Lockhart, Texas, as Harley takes care of personal grooming.
Capsule carve in Round Rock, Texas.
Yes, that is a teepee in back of the assortment of tents. Only in Austin, Texas...
The rider known simply as "Blake" airs an outdoor setup in Austin, Texas.