My intro page from our Feb/Mar issue featuring Jason Jesse and my take on the state of skate.
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,
“…This scene contains the footage of a stunt gone horribly wrong, or dramatically right depending on how you look at it…” XYZ is a brand started by Danny Way and Tommy Caudill. XYZ began as a Skate Shop, then became a clothing company and now exists as an entertainment group (of sorts). I say that […]
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.
We hit up Al Parts to see how it was being a part of building the first free public skatepark in India.
Check out our Total Recall 2001 interview with Jason Dill shot by Oliver Barton. There’s tons of classic Dill photos in this one.
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.
This weeks update features Zered Bassett, Curtis Rapp, Eli Reed, Darren Harper, Jake Donnelly, Dave Caddo, Guru Khalsa, and Clint Peterson, all shredding NYC spots.
Tampa Am 2005 brought to you by DVS shoes and Hawk clothing The AM contest of all am contests. That’s right Tampa, Florida. Kids come from near and far to roll the dice and see who is going to come up. When I say roll the dice I mean literally roll dice. At any given […]
Etnies and Mystery AM David Reyes handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for skateboardermag.com. Click through for some Q/A and some old video parts.
Part 3 of the Trans Siberian Railway trip with Keegan Sauder, Jack Sabback, Van Wastell (R.I.P.), and Kenny Reed.
The second installment of Toy Machine Country Outtakes featuring Colin Provost, Leo Romero, Daniel Lutheran, Blake Carpenter, Dakota Servold, Ryan Spencer, and Josh Harmony.