The University of California Irvine has some of skateboarding’s most legendary spots. Among all the spots that have come and gone, the hubba ledge stands out as a testament to the courageous.Check out some of the best trick that went down featuring Heath Kirchart, Jaime Thomas, Chad Fernandez, Jaime Thomas, Erik Ellington and Brian Anderson.
Dan Wolfe recently travelled to Brazil with the adidas skateboarding team to film and edit this short, featuring Dennis Busenitz, Mark Gonzales, Benny Fairfax, Tim O’Connor and more…
Fresh Plan B clip w/ some dope skating from PJ..
Introducing B TRUE, the PJ Ladd Apparel Collection
It’s finally here. Skateboarder’s Sunset Rampage 2 exclusive video presented by Analog & Gravis with all of the mini-ramp jamming on the Sunset Strip you could ask for. The video features: Arto Saari, Lance Mountain, Spanky, Andrew Langi, Ben Nordberg, Curren Caples, Chad Bartie, Dave Bachinsky and more.
Our good friend, Dave Swift, over at The Skateboard Mag let us dig around in his office down in Solana Beach to see what kind of skateboarding gems he had stored up. Check out part 3 of 3.
See what Sean Malto’s board sees…
Quartersnacks put together a montage of some Jersey dirts from the Holmes Skateshop family.
Check out our Private Session at the Vans mini-ramp with Johnny Layton and friends featuring Josh Harmony, Daniel Lutheran, Grant Hatfield, Collin Provost, Ryan Spencer, Taylor Smith and Jon Dickson.
Ricki Bedenbaugh, aka “The Dude,” is a filmer/editor based in Long Beach, CA who has worked for 411VM, New Deal Skateboards, Element skateboards and currently works with Etnies. Ricki let us dig around in his home office for a few hours and here’s what we found. Check out part 4 of 4.
Aaron Smith brings you a photo, video and story behind this noseblunt photo of Mikey Taylor. Click through to check it out.
Our good friend, Dave Swift, over at The Skateboard Mag let us dig around in his office down in Solana Beach to see what kind of skateboarding gems he had stored up. Check out part 2 of 3 here. And check back next Friday for part 3.
Come along as Skateboarder Magazine goes and digs through Dave Bergthold’s garage while he unearths tons of classic decks and artwork from his early years of heading up Blockhead and Invisible skateboards. Legendary Jeremy Wray even makes a cameo. Check back next Friday for part 2 of 4.