What better Christmas gift could we give you besides this Straight To the Internet video featuring David Loy & Ryan Reyes with special guest Ethan Loy and Chase Webb to enjoy on your Christmas morning? Nothing. That’s right. So enjoy and have a safe holiday.
Check out the full edit of our “Spain on Strike” feature from our April/May issue featuring Eli Reed, Mike Franklin, Carlos Zarazua and Tulio De Oliveira.
The Escapist video Red and Yellow just came out and the creator, Ryan Lovell, made us an exclusive video with a bunch of bonus footage featuring Sean Malto, Ryan Pearce, Dillon Aguilar, Rod Harper and more. Check out the video then head over to buy a copy. It will be worth every penny.
The always powerful and stylish Collin Provost handles this week Tuesday 25 for Skateboardermag.com
Back in May, Monster Energy made us an offer we couldn’t refuse. Take their multi-millon dollar bus with a personal driver on a road trip to Kansas City with no strings attached. So we packed the bus with Dan Lutheran, Dakota Servold, Nick Zizzo, Jordan Taylor, Ryan Spencer and Taylor Smith hit the open road in style.
Here’s our exclusive Tampa Pro 2012 video edit featuring all the heavy hitters like Sean Malto, Grant Taylor, Eric Koston, Vincent Alvarez, Chris Cole, Torey Pudwill, Leo Romero and more.
Check some behind the scenes video and photos of Collin’s surprise pro party at Cherry Park
We had a BBQ/magazine release party at Mikey’s to shred his mini-ramp and eat burgers.
Cliché rider Flo Mirtain gets busy at Stoner plaza in this Straight to the Internet.
Skateboarder Magazine’s Private Session with Davis Torgerson and friends featuring Sean Malto, Matt Miller, Sebo Walker and more at the Quiksilver park.
Check out Girl & Etnies flow rider, Aidan Campbell’s Straight To The Internet edit where he shreds some Orange County skateparks.
NikeSB sales rep, Nick Halkias has one of the most insane collections of skateboards and other skate memoribilia that we’ve ever seen. Nick was kind enough to let us raid his condo which doubles as his skateboard museum. So, get ready to see every 80s and 90s board you ever dreamed of having from World Industries, Blind, SMA, Santa Cruz, G&S and more. Check out part 3 of 5.