The AGGRO ZONE by Neil Blender was, “The best thing Transworld ever did,” according to Grosso. In Six Stair’s ongoing effort to archive all things skateboarding, they’ve just completed scanning the first 10 years of Transworld Skateboarding. This is for those who never knew or need a reminder.
Back in the late 1970s/early 1980s copers were cool… and then they weren’t. Learn the brief history of one of the more useful gimmicks in skateboarding.
Grosso sits down with FA’s Anthony Van Engelen to talk about the early 90s, big pants, small wheels, school yards, influences and life going full circle in this Loveletter to AVE.
Geoff Rowley has been pushing the limits of what is possible on a skateboard for more than two decades. In this episode Grosso sits down with Geoff to talk about “Going Big”, getting hurt, being scared, consistently pushing the boundaries and who and what gets him fired up to skate.
The Loveletters crew took a trip from Paris to Lyon to Marseille, meeting up with skaters from every generation of French skaters along the way. We interviewed as many as we could and made this episode from their stories. This episode is NOT a history of France’s skate scene! This is a Loveletter to some of the many great French skaters who have killed it over the years. Watch this and then put your phone down and book a flight to France immediately.
Canada has a long and deep skate history. From Montreal to Vancouver skaters have been ripping up north since the beginning of time. This episode is NOT a history of the Canadian skate scene! This is a Loveletter to some of the many great Canadians who have killed it from the 70s to today. Watch this and then put your phone down and take a trip to Canada.
Og De Souza is a big part of Brazilian skate history . His story IS skateboarding to its core… then, now and everywhere.
Brazil has one of the best, oldest and coolest skate scenes in the world. Grosso and the Love Letters crew headed down to see how much of epic skate history they could uncover in 8 days. This is the longest episode ever and we barely scratched the surface of Brazilian skateboarding!
Mike Smith has had a big impact on skateboarding… He invented the Smith Stop and the Smith Vert! He also had a company in the late 80s called Liberty Skates. Grosso gives some love to one of his all time favorite skaters.
Skateboarding is for everyone. There are no gate keepers, no coaches, no teams or leagues, and no rules. Grosso sits down with his good friend Lizzie to talk about skating, the loop, girl power, and more.
Ray Bones Rodriguez was one of skateboardings first child prodigy’s. His “career” as a pro skater didn’t last long but Grosso got to witness it first hand and it is forever burned into his memory.
A look behind one of the most iconic grinds in skateboarding, performed by one of the most charismatic characters in skate history, Dave Hackett.