15 Things You Didn’t Know About Eric Dressen words: Brian Peech photo: Ben Colen 1. Eric Dressen was only 8 years old when he received his first skateboard, a Super Surfer with clay wheels. His first experience with professional skateboarding was watching the Pepsi Team Demo. “I was just trying to skate around with those […]
Dan Lu risks impalement.
Foundation’s Taylor Smith is this week’s star of the Tuesday 25. Check out his picks for favorites and get hyped for the new Foundation video WTF premiering at the end of the month
One of the AZ’s finest, Marty Murawski gives us this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com
Aaron Smith blogs the Element AMs this week. Check out some photos of Boo Johnson, Nick Garcia, Evan Smith, and Julian Davidson.
Roles at Deathwish I own and share creative control with Jim Greco. I kind of do a little bit of everything from team managing to consulting with sales and accounting. I guess, I assist a little bit with everything. I
Dave Bergthold finishes up digging in his garage in part 4 of his Raiders of the Archives with special guest Kristian Svitak. And there’s bonus skate footage of Dave’s ramp featuring Evan Smith, Nick Garcia and more.
We’re partnering up with the Sheckler Foundation this year to cover their Skate For A Cause event which is solely benefitting the A.Skate Foundation which helps children with autism through skateboard. It’s this saturday May 5th at the Etnies skatepark in Lake Forest, CA from 10am to 5pm so we hope to see you out there if you can make it.
Our exclusive Vans Pool Party practice featuring Cab, McGill, McClain, Bucky, El Gato and more.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE QUIKSILVER SKATE TEAM & CHRISTIAN HOSOI EMBARK ON NATIONAL TOUR TO PROMOTE DOCUMENTARY “Rising Son, The Legend of Skateboarder Christian Hosoi” HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – (August 3, 2006) — Quiksilver, the leading brand in boardriding, today announced that the legendary Christian Hosoi and the rest of the Quiksilver skate team will tour […]
Jonathan Mehring documents NYC’s GSD. Check out the photos.
Come along as Skateboarder Magazine goes and digs through Dave Bergthold’s garage while he unearths tons of classic decks and artwork from his early years of heading up Blockhead and Invisible skateboards. Legendary Jeremy Wray even makes a cameo. Check back next Friday for part 2 of 4.