Birdhouse in Louisville
Birdhouse Louisville. Pronounced Lu-Vil, like you got a mouth full of food
On most skate tours, we stay in hotels with numbers like 6 or 8 in the name.. Not this one
Quick hit of the streets of downtown before the demo
See those torture blocks in the background? Jaws getting ready to go for it
Beaten, but not down
You can try your hands, and feet, out on Tony Hawk Shred at the events
The park is getting kinda rough and this demo was unnanouced since Tony had to go to NYC for the day.
Louisville transplant Paul Zitzer showed up to cover for The Birdman
Kevin’s gear compliments the deck paint quite nicely
But not as well as Paul’s deck on this tailgrab fakie
6/18/2018To celebrate the release of Figgy’s new Emerica shoe, the Dose, the whole team was invited over to Collin Provost’s backyard to hang out and session his concrete skatepark.
5/23/2018Levi’s trekked it South of the Border to hit some spots but Mexico hit back! Check Al Partanen’s account of getting his face stomped in MC. The streets don’t play—from the June 2018 issue of the mag.
5/16/2018On May 12th, we celebrated the 50th birthday of one of the most important figures in skateboarding (if not THE most), the great Tony Hawk.
5/07/2018This year’s Pool Party was even more festive than usual as it fell on Cinco De Mayo, and the opening ceremony was kicked off with a traditional mariachi band cranking out tunes next to the bowl.
4/26/2018For Riley Hawk’s second shoe on Lakai, the powers that be lined up a collaboration with Motörhead! And what better place to have the release party than at the Rainbow Bar and Grill on Sunset in Hollywood, which was Lemmy’s favorite watering hole. —Joe Hammeke