The year is half over, so let’s take a look back to reflect on what’s made 2012 what it is so far. Contests, videos, new pros, killer ams, company mishaps and more that you may have already forgotten about in the whirring, churning Internet machine of the modern day. It’s some of the best, and some of the worst.
DC Shoes and Girl Skateboards’ Mike Mo handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com. Click through to learn why he lives in Simi Valley, who has a nicer car between him and Malto and his favorite never before seen Skateboarder cover of Mikey Taylor.
Josh Harmony is the star of our newest feature entitled “Off The Board”. Josh explains why music and family are the things he focus on when he’s not killing it on his board. Check it out and stay tuned for more “Off The Board” videos that will take you inside the lives of your favorite skaters.
We got a pair of the new Lindero Vans shoe to skate and review. Read a bit about what we thought about them here.
Hanger No. 763
An airplane Hanger sits dormant out in the desert until a group of skaters take it over and make it their own, if only for a couple of days. Check out Stacy Lowery, Diego Bucchieri, Kris Markovich, Don Nguyen, Steve Berra and Bob Burnquist wreak havoc in the hanger over 10 years ago!
Here’s our exclusive Memory Screened video of Tony Hawk talking about his favorite pro model boards as a bonus to his page in the latest issue of the Aug/Sept Skateboarder Magazine out now.
Aaron Smith brings you photos of Sean Malto and Josh Harmony both putting pressure on their front truck and going the distance. Check out the flicks and their stories.
Some film photos from the file cabinet. Johnny Layton, Leo Romero, Figgy and David Reyes. Enjoy.
Photos on print film featuring Jerry Hsu, Jake Johnson, Guru Khalsa, Matt Bennett, and more.
In the coming months, Skateboarder Magazine will become your home base for the entire 411VM archive. We will be adding a new issue each month along with exclusive interviews and video commentary from the people who made it all happen. Check out the new interviews with Josh Friedberg, Chris Ortiz and Jeremy Wray about the beginnings of 411 and watch the very first episode from 1993.
Foundation and Emerica’s Marquis Preston, one of the stylish dudes out there, takes care of this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com.
Our latest issue is hitting skate shops and newsstands soon. Take a peak inside just to reassure yourself that you’re going to want this bad boy keeping your coffee table and toilet tank top warm for the next good while.