MAINTAIN SKATE SHOP Interview by: Tim Martinez What year was your store established? 2005 How many locations do you have? 1 What drove you to want to start a skate shop? I skated as a kid and although I was never that good I remember how much fun I use to have skating. As an [...]
Raymond Molinar in 6×6 form
Check out Jose Pereyra’s teaser clip for his full video part “Head Change” dropping on Skateboardermag.com this Thursday March 1 brought to you exclusively by BLVD skateboards and Skateboarder Magazine.
Sixty Seconds with Brian Anderson What’s your favorite place in San Francisco? Mission Bar. Who do you admire most in the world? John Stewart. He should be the President of the United States. If you could live one day over? I guess my birth. It’d be pretty cool to be able to remember that. What’s [...]
The Zero boys where warming up at Diamond Bar park in the I.E., and luckily enough a camera was present when the ‘Best/Worst Bet’ went down…
Corey Duffel Left Side Broken Nose and Collarbone A wrestling coach grabbed my board and was trying to get me in trouble. Another coach saw us scuffling and grabbed me from behind. I fell forward to the ground and broke my nose and collarbone. I took them to court, and they settled for a little [...]
Aaron Smith brings you another batch of random skate flicks featuring Sean Malto, Kris Markovich, Daniel Shimizu, Wieger Van Wageningen and more. Check it out.
Jason Dill, Scott Johnston, Mark Appleyard, Jamie Thomas and John Rattray show us what they would be doing if they weren’t professional skateboarders in this Oliver Barton article from September 2002.
Make It Count. Element premiers “chapter 1″ of 4 Tuesday night in Newport Beach. Posted by John Bradford Remember ON Video Magazine? Well creator/editor of ON, Kirk Dianda, now works for Element, and his most recent project for Element is Make It Count: The Element Story. The project tells the story of Element since before [...]
A new input of photos shot circa 2007. Featuring Mark Gonzales, Jake Johnson, Bobby Worrest, Guy Mariano, Fred Gall, Joey Pepper, and more.
One of our favorite photographers, Mr. Jon Humphries has this weeks Raiders of the Archives for Skateboardermag.com. Part 3 of 3.
Raiders of the Archives: Skatelab Part 3 of 3 with Todd Huber the owner of the skatepark and museum. Todd’s collection of skate memorabilia is second to none. His treasure trove of skate goodies is so big that he can’t fit it all into the museum and most has to be stored in the basement and never gets seen until now.