Share this wonderful experience with our friends over at The Skatepark of Tampa while they donated toys to needed children at 6 a.m. in the morning.
Check out this Raiders of the Archives part 3 of 4 with Jacob Rosenberg, director of the newly released “Waiting For Lightning” documentary about Danny Way. Jacob is also known for helping film legendary skate videos like Plan B’s “Questionable” “Virtual Reality” & “Second Hand Smoke” to name a few. We raided his storage unit and dug up some gems for your viewing pleasure. Check back next Friday for part 4 of 4.
Van Doren Invitational 2013 Practice featuring Curren Caples, Jaws, Ben Hatchell, Brad McClain and more.
You’re not gonna want to miss this one.
We continues to dig through Dave Bergthold’s garage in part 3 of his Raiders of the Archives 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. Make sure to check back next Friday for part 4 of 4 which will have some bonus skate footage of Dave’s ramp.
Featuring Dustin Dollin, Chima Ferguson, Caswell Berry and more.
One of our favorite photographers, Mr. Jon Humphries has this weeks Raiders of the Archives for Skateboardermag.com. Part 3 of 3.
Our good friend and awesome filmer, Ricki Bedenbaugh took a gnarly slam this past January while bombing a hill with the Redbull team and fractured his skull in multiple places. Ricki is doing better now and back on the streets but check out this interview and find out all about the gruesome details of his brush with death.
Davis has a baller part in the new Minneapolis video and Deluxe has it up and a contest to celebrate.
And can almost kickflip. It ain’t pretty but…
Check out Jose Pereyra’s teaser clip for his full video part “Head Change” dropping on Skateboardermag.com this Thursday March 1 brought to you exclusively by BLVD skateboards and Skateboarder Magazine.
Raiders of the Archives: Skatelab Part 3 of 3 with Todd Huber the owner of the skatepark and museum. Todd’s collection of skate memorabilia is second to none. His treasure trove of skate goodies is so big that he can’t fit it all into the museum and most has to be stored in the basement and never gets seen until now.