It’s almost a rite of passage. As many times as it happens, you’d think something might change. But, year after year, it never fails. The wide-open road, inexperienced drivers, and all the bad decisions of youth-it’s an insurer’s nightmare. From minor fender benders to life-threatening crashes, skateboarding has seen it all. The following are some […]
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Long Beach local and lover of all things Clark Griswold, Rob Gonzalez handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com
Stereo am, Alex Schmidt picks today’s 25.
When I think of Wade Speyer, I think of pure shredding. Wade Speyer always seemed to just do what he wanted and never followed any of the trends in skateboarding that I ever recall. To me, this is what set Wade above a lot of pros and why Wade
David Foote, a New York City based artist, filmmaker, and entrepreneur who’s recently designed a limited edition skateboard for KCDC. David will be premiering this work at his latest collaborative show, “David Foote Limited Edition No 10.” With a portion of proceeds benefiting St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, the skateboard, priced at $75 will be one […]
I don’t even know what to say…goodbye balls and pelvis
Think Skateboards’ Pro Cody McEntire handles this weeks Tuesday 25 for skateboardermag.com. Click through to learn his favorite skate video, his current Am and Pro picks, bands, books and more.
RIGHT SIDE Karmic Hipper In junior high, me and my friend bought Thrasher’s “Ramp Plans” book. We spent the summer collecting cans for money to build it. You get money by how much the cans weigh, so we had this bright idea to buy a bag of cement and fill empty beer cans with cement […]
Aaron Smith brings you a photo of Jamie Thomas boardsliding out of the Berrics and the story that goes along with it. Check it out inside.
Backyard mini-ramp session with my friends.
D Plunks double post. This time he explains the Xmas grind to Brad Staba