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.
Another Monday retro post is upon us, this one features some 35mm black and white photos from a Flip Feast tour a while back.
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.
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.
Check out our Total Recall 2001 interview with Jason Dill shot by Oliver Barton. There’s tons of classic Dill photos in this one.
Back to the early days of the last decade. This weeks Mehring’s Bearings features photos from 1997-2002 shot between Wilmington, NC and NYC.
Photos by: Matthew Simmons Sierra Fellers showed up with Zach Warren Kurtis Colamonico ready to kick it. This was by far Adam Dyet’s best trick. Ryan and his sidekick Tony with Malcolm McCassy The life of Ryan must be pretty tough. Lutzka with his new kicks posing with Lauren Perkins The retired Jereme Rogers and […]
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
The all terrain killer, Ben Raybourn, handles this week’s Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com.
A seven week trip from Moscow through Latvia, Lithuania, and Bulgaria in 2005. Featuring Ed Selego, Nate Jones, Bobby Puleo, Kenny Reed, and Jack Sabback.
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.
Surviving The Death Road of Bolivia from our Apr/May 2012 issue. Words/Photos: Mehring