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It was little buddy David Reyes’ birthday yesterday and after an unseasonably hot day in Long Beach, the community decided to get together and wish David well with a Birthday BBQ at Cole Mathew’s house. Attendees included a who’s who of local rippers so I decided to shoot a few photos to document the occasion.
Check out Jaime Owens’ photo of Brazilian ripper, Og de Souza, who was struck with Polio as a child and doesn’t have fully developed legs but still charges on his skateboard powered soley by his arms. Truly inspirational stuff right here.
Aaron Smith brings you part 1 of Atlanta ripper Ryan Fitch in this week’s blog. Check out some photos and a video part at the end.
Part 1 of a rain drenched trip to Singapore and Malaysia with Andrew Allen, Dylan Rieder, and Van Wastell. Circa 2007.
‘Skateboard’ Curing 7-Month-Old’s Club Foot James Boorah has been wearing the device — which straps to his feet and turns the club foot the right way — for up to 23 hours a day. He now only wears it at night. But it should correct the problem without surgery by the time he is four […]
1. You skate less than you would imagine when you are a team manager. There are countless hours of planning, phone calls, texts, organizing, plans changing every other minute, people wanting to eat here instead of there,
In honor of Brain Wash, the latest Toy Machine video which premiered last night, heres Dan Lutheran aka DanLu shredding. His part was jawdropping to say the least. Congrats Dan
One of our favorite bros from the Arizona desert, Ryan Reyes gives you this week’s Tuesday 25 for skateboardermag.com with stories about Fred Gall, Jaws, hating ketchup and more.
A tour I did for Slap in 2004 through OH, KY, TN, and VA. Featuring Danny Renaud, Alex Olson, Jason Dill, and Fred Gall.
New company coming up featuring collaborations with Duane Peters, Jason Jessee, Lizard King, Tom Remillard, Nick Garcia and Ishod Wair.
Long Sun Damaging WeekendPosted by John Bradford A whole weekend in the sun and a few professional skaters took home some serious amounts of cash. Everyone who was skating was asked what they would do with the 100K first place check, one of the most entertaining of which was Terry Kennedy’s one word “Lamborghini” response. […]