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 […]
NikeSB sales rep, Nick Halkias has one of the most insane collections of skateboards and other skate memoribilia that we’ve ever seen. Nick was kind enough to let us raid his condo which doubles as his skateboard museum. So, get ready to see every 80s and 90s board you ever dreamed of having from World Industries, Blind, SMA, Santa Cruz, G&S and more. Check out part 4 of 5.
Here’s pretty much everything Mehring has shot of Gilbert Crockett.
It was a year ago right now that we were frantically trying to save a homie trip to Australia that had all but fallen apart. Slash was one of the ones to save the day, and came along for one of the funnest trips we all had ever been on. Here’s to the good times Slash!
Skateboarder Magazine’s first episode of our new video series “In the Editing Bay” features Nike SB’s Jason Hernandez talking about what went into the making of the new Nike SB Chronicles.
Aaron Smith brings you photos from a Toy Machine Kansas City trip from back in 2010. Check out photos of Leo Romero, Johnny Layton, Dan Lutheran, Matt Bennett and Jordan Taylor while they were filming for Brainwash.
Skateboarder Magazine’s exclusive Straight To The Internet edit with the Powell-Peralta team featuring Chad Bartie, Jordan Hoffart, Brad McClain, Steven Reeves, Josh Hawkins and more.
Alien Workshop’s new AM John Fitzgerald, who has a Who’s Hot in our upcoming issue, handles this weeks Tuesday 25 for skateboardermag.com. Click through for some Q/A and some videos.
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 […]
Hype Skateboards Kurt Winter’s exclusive part for Skateboarder Magazine
Creature and C1RCA pro David Gravette handles this week’s Tuesday 25 to break in the new year. Click on through to read some Q/A and watch some video parts.
Here’s the back story from the Ipath “Dark Side of the Moon” trip. So if you didn’t catch the article in Skateboarder… I basically have a friend who told me there was a huge area in Utah of rocks that could be skated. I figured that it must be where Jeremy Wray did the frontside […]