From Toronto/PA/Texas. Everyone wanted a piece of Tom ‘The Rock’ Boyle in the early/mid 90s. He was one of the best. Grosso send love to our fallen brother.
Caller, you’re live! We literally phoned this one in. Our first ever phone-in episode is dedicated to Texas. Gibson, Johnson, Wilkes and Newton… Grosso calls in the classics to discuss one of the best scenes ever.
If you picked up a Thrasher from 1981-90 you saw plenty of Mofo photos. Grosso gives a little love to this living legend.
Building a scene takes time and lots of work. For over 40 years the skaters in Atlanta have worked together to build one of the best scenes anywhere in the world. Grosso and the Love Letters crew took a trip to ATL to check out the scene.
The dangers of shooting a skate video abroad! Chima tells the tale of Rowan Zorilla’s amazing trick, a loose board, a shark bite, an angry grandpa and a very expensive hospital visit. Fun!
The worlds best park terrain skaters converged on Kroksbäck Skatepark in Malmo, Sweden for the 4th stop of the VPS Men’s Pro Tour. Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg, Clay Kreiner, Pedro Barros, Tristen Rennie, Chris Russell, Ronnie Sandoval, Kevin Kowalski, Robin Bolian, Vi Kakinho, Roman Pabich, Patrick Ryan and more feature in the highlights from the final day of the Malmö event. Enjoy.
Pedro Barros continues to rack up podium finishes in 2018. We saw Pedro mix up his style in Malmö with a range of different runs but with all the class we have come to expect. Congrats Pedro on your 3rd place finish.
This run brought Clay Kreiner his first podium finish for a Vans Park Series event. An impressive effort considering he is coming off a broken foot just before the Huntington Beach event.
Highlights of the prelims round of the 4th stop of the 2018 Men’s Pro Tour, Vans Park Series at Malmo, Sweden.
2016 World Champion Alex Sorgente (USA) gives us a preview of the course at Krocksbäck Skatepark, Malmo, Sweden.
Ever heard of the Mile High Massacre or the Terror at Tahoe? Jeff Grosso takes 60 seconds to talk contests.
At age 12, Tom Schaar landed skateboarding’s ﬁrst 1080. It was a career deﬁning trick that gained Tom international attention as well as a bit of a stigma within the core skateboard community as an ‘air baby.’ Since then Tom has proven himself to be more than a one-trick-wonder. From video parts for Element Skateboards in backyard pools to dominating the Vans Park Series Pro Tour, Tom has shown he’s able to adapt to any terrain. In this Rider Proﬁle we visit Tom’s house in San Diego California to discuss his career, his goals for the future, and to follow him on a ﬁlming session at Washington Street skatepark with his friend and ﬁlmer Chris Gregson.