Pro Town USA circa 2013
Dan Foley is the filmer responsible for all the great edits that come out of Greenville. Here he is on the other side of the lens getting it done with a smooth wall ride.
Vince Byron is from Australia but spends six to eight months a year living in Greenville, and has been doing so for close to four years now. That is, when he's not busy competing in contest around the world. One-footed invert at JayCee Park.
At only 13 years of age, Mike Hoffman is the youngest up and coming local in the Greenville scene and this kid can ride -- tailwhip up the step up spine at the Animal House.
Rob Armour isn't a permanent resident of Greenville but he spends months and months on end staying there. He definitely rides like a local too -- hand plant on the spine at the JayCee Park.
Rob Darden has been holding down the Greenville scene for a long time now and it wouldn't be a Greenville gallery without him -- throwback unturndown over the spine at the Unit.
Daniel Dhers recently took over the Animal House and made some cool changes to place, which really cater nicely to his style -- 360 tuck up the step up.
There have been a lot of backyard ramps built in Greenville over the years but this vert ramp at Mike Mancuso's house is one of the only ones still standing Mancuso with a tuck no-hander during a chilly winter session.
Originally from Ohio, Nick DiGeroloma lives with Josh Perry and Vince Byron and has been making his presence known in the Greenville scene as of late -- hand plant over the hitch n' post at the Animal House.
Josh Harrington is a legend in the Greenville scene, and he was one of the few pros who that is originally from there -- no-footed can can at the Unit.
Nick DiGeroloma had a split part with Josh Perry in the new Hunt video -- tucked no-hander on the resi-quarter at the Animal House.
Ohio native Quinn Semling moved to Greenville six years ago and continues to be a solid local in the scene -- downside double peg around the bowl corner at the Unit.
Vince rides more than just MegaRamps and vert, he can ride just about everything -- 270 euro transfer out of the mini at the JayCee Park.
Josh Perry's house has a bunch of miscellaneous ramps in their yard -- footjam during a warm-up session before heading to ride some street.
Scott Wirch is another legend of the Greenville scene that's still holding it down -- turndown at the Unit.