The Exeter experience continues, with back to back barnburners from Skutnik and Gregoire. Can't fade that old-school Memphis Triple 6 soundtrack either...

PJ Ladd rips for New Balance, new Mark Suciu footy, Trevor McClung for Venture, and more in today's episode of Skateline.

Brophy and Eldridge visit the site of Jack Fardell's gnarly grind on the May '15 cover to flip through the mag.

Joey Brezinski introduces Lucas' rad part Cliché's 2004 video, Bon Appetit.

Jack showed up on American soil and tackled some of the gnarliest terrain in the Bay Area. Though already a household name in Australian skateboarding, this is his global introduction. Congrats on becoming the newest member of the adidas team.

Jonathan kicks off Exeter with a bang. Handrail, ditch, stack of stairs - this dude attacks everything with hellbent tenacity.

Cliché's Gypsy tours were based on a reality TV format and it doesn't get much more real then sleeping under bridges and showering in the rain.

Joey demonstrates his insane balance and board control skills with this line.

Check out all of the new boards from Zero in their spring catalog.

Check out this rad new commercial of Dashawn Jordan from Bones bearings.

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Dirty Fences Tour Europe Apr 26
"Propeller" Premiere SF,CA May 01
Skate For A Cause Lake Forest,CA May 02
5.9 Death Blow Out Providence, RI May 09
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Jack Fardell takes the May 2015 front with a 50-50 down a Holy Grail of an SF rail. Gilbert Crockett sits down and talks Mother; Spanky walks us through his pro-to-flow-to-pro journey; Brixton navigates the language barrier in Puerto Rico; Chris Pfanner gets grilled; Indy gets high on the 5, sparking the Northwest; Anti Hero goes the road less traveled and journeys to Israel and Cliché gets down and dirty working on their Gypsy Life video.
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