$1 gets you on the lips of one of the beautiful Hubba Wheels girls January 21st at the Crossroads Retail Show. Kiss on your own risk. For more go to HUBBA WHEELS.
Skateboarder’s best photos of 2011 part 3 of 3 featuring Dylan Rieder, Tony Hawk, Collin Provost, Omar Salazar, Leo Romero, Elijah Berle and more. Look for many, many more banging photos from us in the upcoming year. Happy New Year!
Men’s Skateboard Street Final Standings Final standings from X Games 12 Men’s Men’s Skateboard Street competition at STAPLES Center on August 4, 2005 Name 1. Chris Cole 2. Ryan Sheckler 3. Andrew Reynolds 4. Jeremy Rogers 5. Eric Koston 6. Greg Lutzka 7. Paul Rodriguez 8. Nyjah Huston 9. Billy Marks 10. Rodolfo Ramos DIAS […]
Aaron Smith brings you the story behind our lastest cover featuring Mikey Taylor as well as some photos from our little cover party/BBQ/Mini ramp jam we had a Mikey’s last night.
The epic finale of the Gurus in the Ganges video series. Part 3 of 3.
I was in Russia two years ago. It was dark and cold. Actually, it wasn’t too bad considering it was summer. Kenny Reed and I were talking about trips we wanted to do and places we wanted to go. Not an unusual conversation for us. It was then that I first heard of the Trans-Siberian […]
Over a decade ago the Emerica team was living large in the Hollywood hills. Peep this article that was originally published in November 2002. Check back every Saturday for a “new” edition of Skateboarder Magazine’s: Total Recall, or get your ass to Mars.
Here is Mehring’s second installment of travel highlights from Skateboarder Magazine trips. Please enjoy.
We hit up Austyn to get the scoop on his recent move to HUF footwear alongside Dylan Rieder.
We raid the historic Rip City Skate Shop in Santa Monica, CA that’s been open since 1978.
1. In a preview of what was to come, three-year-old Brandon Margera wouldn’t stop running into walls and jumping off the furniture. His grandfather began calling him “Bam Bam.” This stuck until he was about seven, when he opted for the more grown-up-sounding “Bam.” 2. For the first four years that he skated, Bam was […]
1. For years, the world famous San Francisco skate spot Embarcadero has been wrongly referred to as “EMB.” In fact, EMB is the acronym for the locals that skated there. EMB stands for “Embarco’s Most Blunted.” Confuse the two again, and you’re getting a ‘bow to the head. 2. Furthermore, the locals called Embarcadero “Embarco,” […]