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280The-Journey-center-columnIt was a random spread in the mag two years ago (September 2010) but we still get asked about it to this day. So we brought it back from the dead and breathed some new life into it.
134TH1112-Cover Freestyle meets tranny as Marc Johnson gets all Rodney. What’s next? Kickflip darkslides on vert? It’s coming. Photo: Colen
134TH1012PC1He asked for the gnarliest spot in San Diego and he got it. Colombia's David Gonzalez grinds through the kink, off the drop, and into skate history. Photo: Burnett.
pgc-centercolumnThe mag and website both live and die by skate imagery. We dig it all, but here are some flicks on the more peculiar end of the spectrum.
134TH0912PC1Dane Burman is a bad-ass. The only Aussie who doesn't drink gets damn reckless with a back 50-50 to different kind of pole jam. Photo: Burnett.
134TH0812Cover-610The golden child, Trevor Colden, switch tré through the vortex. Photo: Burnett
FIXsc-center-column-FNL2 If skate coaches ever rule the world, hopefully the team logos will at least look like this. As seen in the June mag.
134TH0712Cover-610 It’s been almost 23 years since a nosepick graced the cover. Danny Sargent first, Jim Greco now, and any way you look at it, street tuff. Photo: Broach
134TH0612Cover-610 Pink Floyd had three consecutive records go platinum, and Danny Way accomplishes the same feat with this Mega-Eurogap backside flip in Paradise. See you on the dark side of the moon.
280Opener Here are our 2011 T-Eddy awards from the SOTY issue. Have a clever award? Leave it in the comments.
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Skate For The Cure Bellevue, WA Sep 20
Destroy the Terrordome Riverside, CA Sep 20
20 Years of Chocolate New York, NY Sep 20
Hangtown Massacre IV Placerville, CA Sep 28
740TH1213PC1.jpgIn This Issue
Miles Silvas kickflip back tails his way onto the October cover and continues his campaign of carnage with a 14-page interview inside. Asphalt Yacht Club goes full-on conspiracy theory in Denver; Supra crushes the cobblestone in the UK and Cory Kennedy and company hit the dirt on a Hellride through the Pacific Northwest. Turn on, tune out, drop in. Add this one to your collection.