Flip AM Alec Majerus has been ripping it up this year and just won the Tampa Am last weekend. To coincide with Alec’s Who’s Hot in the Dec/Jan issue of Skateboarder that’s on newsstands now, we interviewed Geoff Rowley about what makes Alec stand out and why he’s on Flip.
Week two of Mehring’s Bearings with photos from the East Coast. Most that didn’t get used and some that did featuring Dylan Rieder, Jason Dill, Stefan Janoski, and Alex Olson.
The man, the legend and Black Label owner John Lucero lets us dig around his office and warehouse for this Raiders of the Archives part 2 of 4. Check back next Friday for part 3.
Happy T-Day. I was digging through contact sheets and found this banger Figgy did for his interview a while back. Enjoy your turkey and check back for more posts soon.
Skateboarder Magazine’s Straight to the Internet with Sebo Walker, Ben Fisher & Nick Zizzo whipping around one of LA’s newest skateparks. Check back next Monday for our Best of 2011 “Straight to the Internet” mega edit.
Oscar Meza along with his Flip teammates Curren Caples, Louie Lopez, Matt Berger and Geoff Rowley shut it down in this episode of Skateboardermag.com’s Straight to the Internet.
Hype Skateboards Kurt Winter’s exclusive part for Skateboarder Magazine
Aaron Smith brings you part 1 of his trip with Sean Malto, Stevie Perez, Chris Roberts and Justin Eldridge to Kansas City and Detroit. Click through to check out some photos from the KC leg of the trip.
When I think of Ragdoll’s skating, I think of hairball shit. Mr. Anthony Scalamare better know as “Ragdoll” came out swinging and did some wild shit on and off the board. He was the first guy I ever saw barrel jump down stairs and the first guy of the new up and comers to get […]
1. The original Element team was Reese Forbes, Bill Pepper, Andy Stone, Pepe Martinez and Stevie Williams back in 1992. Soon after Element’s inception Andy and Pepe moved onto Capitol and Stevie went on to Profile. The team was only left with Bill and Reese for sometime. 2. Element’s founder, Johnny Schillereff, was once in […]
Happy Birthday Leo
1. The first trick filmed, that made it into Sorry, was Geoff Rowley’s lipslide down the double-kink in Laguna, in ’97. The last trick filmed, just days before the May 21, ’02 premiere, was Tom Penny’s line at the Belmont ledges in Long Beach. 2. Ali Boulala tried to ollie the 25-stair on two separate […]