• Remembering Phil Shao

    Remembering Phil Shao
    20 years ago we lost Phil Shao. He was tragically killed in a car accident while back on the road after rehabbing his knee from ACL surgery. He embodied the archetype for modern day "all terrain" skating with 110% raw power. Style and brains eternal, we love you Phil Shao! —Bryce Kanights
  • Lizzie Armanto's "Fire" Part

    Lizzie Armanto's "Fire" Part
    Lizzie sets the skateboarding world ablaze, crushing coping, taking flight, and even flipping herself upside down. HEAVY part!
  • Bucky Lasek's "Buck-It List" Part

    Bucky Lasek's "Buck-It List" Part
    Hard to believe there's a trick that Bucky Lasek hasn't done in his 30+ year career. But then he goes and drops this NBD-a-thon. No comply a 12-foot channel? No comprende!
  • Dylan Witkin's "A Concrete Forest" Part

    Dylan Witkin's "A Concrete Forest" Part
    From hefty handrails to padless vert sessions, Dylan makes himself right at home. Nothing like a truly all-terrain video part to kick off the first week of 2016. Cheers!
  • Yoshi Tanenbaum's "Transplants" Part

    Yoshi Tanenbaum's "Transplants" Part
    Gotta love all the East Coast ripping we've had on the site lately. Yoshi chalks up another one for the right side with guts and power.
  • Jack Olson's "The Lair" Part

    Jack Olson's "The Lair" Part
    There's no sponsor more important than the shop that's held you down from the beginning. Jack is really, really good. Enjoy...
  • Pat Carmody and Ed Duff's "Told Ya" Part

    Pat Carmody and Ed Duff's "Told Ya" Part
    It ain't no fun if the homies can't have none. Pat and Ed give this video part the one-two punch and leave it gasping for air. Boom!
  • Ishod Wair's "Told Ya" Part

    Ishod Wair's "Told Ya" Part
    He's a SOTY and already one of the all-time greats, but he still holds it down with the boys who have had his back since the beginning. Ladies and Gents, Mr. Ishod Wair.
  • Julian Heller's "Told Ya" Part

    Julian Heller's "Told Ya" Part
    Julian barges, takes the hits, and won’t stop til he’s riding away. You can feel the East Coast grit crunching out of each spot he attacks, and his last trick is nothing short of a handrail masterpiece.
  • Tom Knox's "Vase" Part

    Tom Knox's "Vase" Part
    The caliber of skating paired with those beautifully brutal streets of England make for a truly incredible video part. Goosebumps...
  • Out There: Mike Anderson

    Out There: Mike Anderson
    Mike does things his way and now he's living the dream, complete with a skatepark and goats in the backyard.
  • Slashers' "5 Mile Grind" Skate Art Video

    Slashers' "5 Mile Grind" Skate Art Video
    Many music videos have incorporated skating. No big deal. But the band Slashers and the artist Dylan Goldberger combined forces for a truly psycho skate trip. This blend is so complete that it's tough to spot any divisions between skating, music, and art.
  • Support Jamaica's Freedom Skatepark

    Support Jamaica's Freedom Skatepark
    Flipping Youth is raising money to build a skatepark and youth center in Kingston, Jamaica. Donate here.
  • Maurio McCoy's "True Grit" Video

    Maurio McCoy's "True Grit" Video
    From humble beginnings all the way to the world stage, this True Grit features Maurio McCoy.
  • Skatepark Round-Up: Dickies

    Skatepark Round-Up: Dickies
    Not a double overhead concrete wave in sight! The El Sereno park is nothing but low-key vibes, and the Dickies squad takes full advantage.
  • In The Mag
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    Does anyone smell patchouli? Jaacko Ojanen hops onto the cover of October ‘19 with a crusty hippie jump in Morocco. Far out, dude! Lincoln City skatepark celebrates it’s 20-year anniversary the best way it knows how—the Rip Ride Rally! Lincoln City is the “gnarliest skatepark in America,” a title given to the park by the Phelper himself. These guys really have built a Dreamland, a destination for only the heaviest of rippers. Speaking of heavy rippers—David Gonzalez is possessed to skate, once again. This former SOTY has no mercy for the future. Tyler Surrey sits down with Wes Kremer to talk about life in Barcelona—the good, the bad and the ugly (but mostly the good). Kevin Bækkel gives us his Viking oath that his upcoming Creature part will be nothing short of straight-up savagery. There’s zero BS when it comes to Zero team. Some new blood and some old blood come together to film an insane video. Get tricks or die trying. The Euro Spitfire team is coming in hot, burning down everything in their path. Demo time? Demolition is more like it—take a peek inside Mike Carroll’s pretty sweet LA crib before it gets gutted. Cobra man, Cherry Glazer, plus more in Zounds. Better watch your favorite stand-up comedian beforehand, because this issue is no joke.