RIP in Peace Dave Tuck

RIP Dave Tuck. In the late 1980s there was a huge divide between older and younger generations of skaters in the Midwest. Times were changing and the locals who built the backyard (and barn) vert ramp scenes were suddenly seeing young street skating groms popping up everywhere. This was especially true in Ann Arbor, Michigan where I'm from, but luckily for us Dave Tuck was a bridge between the two. Every skater, no matter who, were like family to him. He was older and from what seemed like another world but was always so cool to us. His attitude had a profound effect on me as a kid, it gave me perspective that went far beyond skateboarding. I'm just one person, so you can only imagine the effect that Tuck had on this world before passing Saturday after a long battle with cancer. Condolences to his family and many friends, he will be missed. –Greg Hunt

  • The Camtest/Tuckfest 2015

    The Camtest/Tuckfest 2015
    This year the Camtest returned to the Pink Motel as did the weigh ins.
  • Camtest/Tuckfest 2015

    Camtest/Tuckfest 2015
    The 6th annual Camtest/Tuckfest is going down this weekend at the Pink Motel. Get there and support a good cause.
  • Malcolm Armstrong - RIP in Peace

    Malcolm Armstrong - RIP in Peace
    Malcolm Armstrong was a local skater in SF who unfortunatley left us too soon. The boys made a tribue video for their fallen brother. We out here. –Jake Phelps
  • RIP in peace - Matt Reason

    RIP in peace - Matt Reason
    We're saddened to report the passing of East-Coast ruler Matt Reason. Matt charged into the mid-90s on 60+mm wheels, helping to erase the slow-push, tech-obsessed era that had previously engulfed skateboarding. His positive energy was contagious and he left a mark on every person he came in contact with. Rip in peace, Matt. Gone but never forgotten. 
  • Awful Truth: Hoverboard

    Awful Truth: Hoverboard
    If this is the future, kill us now.