DC Shoes and Girl Skateboards’ Mike Mo handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com. Click through to learn why he lives in Simi Valley, who has a nicer car between him and Malto and his favorite never before seen Skateboarder cover of Mikey Taylor.
Here’s your Tuesday 25 with one of our favorite Canadians, Mr. Rick McCrank. Enjoy.
Every year Mehring comes out to the West Coast for a week or two and shoots some photos in the LA area. Here is what unfolded this time with Figgy, Leo Romero, Colin Provost, Dylan Rieder, Tyler Bledsoe, Heath Kirchart, and more.
Congrats to Torey Pudwill for winning this year’s Tampa Pro. Here’s another little photo recap from this weekend’s event featuring Ryan Sheckler, Torey Pudwill, Mike V, Kenny Anderson, David Gonzales, Ishod Wair and more. Make sure to check back later for a full video recap of the weekend.
This week Jonathan Mehring sent us some extras from the Bolivia trip featured in the current issue.
We all know those monumental spots in skateboarding. Hollywood High is arguably the most famous spot we have. Since the mid 90s people have been skating this beast. We recently looked back and gathered all the memorable tricks that went down on this set. Watch, enjoy and take a stroll down memory lane.
Just a little mission to Oceanside to hang out with Anthony Schultz and Ernie Torres.
Johnny Layton graces the cover with a historic ollie over both walls at the famous Pulaski park in Washington D.C. This issue also has a ton of other heavy hitters including: Dylan Rieder, Jason Dill, AVE, MJ, Brian Anderson, Nyjah Huston, Darrell Stanton, Nick Garcia, Vincent Alvarez, Rick Howard and more. Go grab a copy or get a subscription so you don’t miss out!
So there’s some talk on the streets about a new sponsor? Ummm, when is this coming out? It’s a website, so, like, tomorrow. ? Oh well, most people know by now, I ride for Baker. How did that come about? ? I’ve always been psyched on Andrew Reynolds, and I’ve been skating with all those […]
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Look back on Louie Barletta’s version of 2010