Armed with an unlimited bag of tricks Stevie Culhane skates Sants Estacio for his Ricta 5X5. Take a seat and watch a ledge virtuoso work his magic.
Lee Smith sits down to discuss how he got into painting and his new series “Little Wins” for Chocolate Skateboards.
Tanner’s been down for Furnace since he was a kid and is now stacking clips for the shop and gripping boards behind the counter. With no shortage of tech and style, Tanner comes through with two minutes of footage repping the shop, and doing it well.
In truth, we probably haven’t got enough bandwidth to do the twists and turns of Mike Vallely’s skateboarding life story justice- so let us perhaps instead consider some of the many roles he has played in order to provide some context as to what makes him such an enduring enigma. Now settled with his family in Des Moines, Iowa he has enjoyed a 35-year pro skating career on his own terms. There are no other Mike Vallely’s. Madars Apse hits the streets with a true original to learn about Street Plant, punk rock and the journey of a street scoundrel from New Jersey.
For the past three years, Nike SB’s Not Here By Luck series has been shining a light on emerging talents within women’s skateboarding. The latest episode offers a candid insight into the life of 19-year-old Julie Betrix.
Hailing from Annecy, France, Julie, like many of her peers, began skiing in the mountains before a childhood friend inspired her to take up skateboarding. It wasn’t long before the local skate shop made Julie their first female team rider.
Coming off a W in Round Two, Team Foy tries to fight off Team Dashawn and secure another 2 second head start towards The Relay. Watch them battle it out in this three v three game of O.U.T! Tune into The Relay, winner takes all, dropping next week!
Team Dashawn: Dashawn Jordan, Zion Wright, Gabriel Fortunato
Team Foy: Jamie Foy, John Dilo, Ronnie Kessner
Rhino does he thing and Braden Hoban backs him up with an insane Kickflip Front board for his latest Bronson Speed Co advert.
All Indy Trucks are unique to each individual who puts them on a board, and nothing beats Grinding ’em Down to the axle.. Dig in with Jhancarlos Gonzalez for this Installment of “My Indys,” as he talks about 149 MiDs.
It’s official, Kyonosuke Yamashita is on Lakai. Kyo has been skating flow for Lakai in Japan since he was a little kid. In 2018 they took a trip to Tokyo, and at the age of 13 he skated a demo. Fast forward 4 years, and they are stoked to officially welcome him to the family. Keep your eyes peeled for lots more to come from young Kyonosuke.
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In this episode of Official Skatepark Review, Joey and Rip meet up with local bowl ripper Autumn Tust to hit West Palm Beach’s Phipps Skatepark and stop by Post-Modern Skateshop. In a Skatepark Review first, the crew gets rained out of the session – guess that’s that happens when you leave SoCal and review parks in Florida.
Skateboarders worldwide tear up different spots of Tallinn Estonia during the 4-day Simple Session 2022 festival!