French skaters Marc-Alexandre Barbier and Augustin Giovannoni were out skating in Marseille, when they got a call from the guy who owns “Chill or Die,” Baptiste Besse. Besse wanted to know if they two of them wanted to spend the first week of April in Prague. The boys didn't think twice and immediately accepted the offer.
The two of them made the 15-hour drive to Prague, met up with Besse and immediately headed to the world famous Stalin Platz. There are a ton of things to skate in the plaza; you can grind, slide, fly down some stairs, over and down gaps, do wheelies, and skate handrails.
Watch Barbier and Giovannoni alongside Vincent Coupeau, Matt Debauche, and Baptiste Besse as they skate the streets of gorgeous Prague, below.