• My War: Clive Dixon

    My War: Clive Dixon
    This is the kind of video that makes palms sweaty and the body tingle with anxiety. Clive harkens to the days of Jeremy Wray atop a water tower. It doesn’t get much heavier than this...
  • My War: Zion Wright

    My War: Zion Wright
    Zion took a ludicrously gnarly trick to one of skateboarding’s most iconic proving grounds. This guy is on another level.
  • My War: Chris Joslin

    My War: Chris Joslin
    Bad weather, crowds, security, injuries. This battle is brutal! Chris stomps an epic blizzard-flip over and over and yet a roll-away requires an all-out war.
  • My War: Pedro Delfino

    My War: Pedro Delfino
    We have over 37 years of covers on record, but this shot is one of the best of all-time. Pedro carved down a steep grade, leaped onto somebody’s house, and the rest is history. Here’s a battle for the books. Enjoy...
  • My War: Miles Silvas

    My War: Miles Silvas
    Miles' marathon line is about more than just skill, it’s a battle of mental endurance. Here’s a glimpse behind-the-scenes of a truly amazing feat.
  • My War: Chase Webb

    My War: Chase Webb
    There are mega-kinkers and then there’s THIS, a super mutant-rail that really has no business being skated. However, Chase is a psycho and launched himself into the history books with a hellacious one-two knockout punch.
  • My War: Gabriel Summers

    My War: Gabriel Summers
    Gabbers engaged in an epic battle with this rail, and you’ll have to watch this edit to appreciate the gruesome nature of the confrontation. Skateboarding can truly push you to your absolute limits, both mentally and physically. Wow...
  • My War: Jamie Foy

    My War: Jamie Foy
    El Toro has been a monolithic benchmark since Heath’s lipslide in The End, and while skateboarding continues to progress at a mind-blowing pace, it’s still near impossible to wrap our heads around this front crook.
  • My War: Ryan Decenzo

    My War: Ryan Decenzo
    This double set has been sitting here in San Francisco for years, and besides a Diego Bucchieri Ollie back in 1999, nobody has rolled away from anything. Enter Ryan Decenzo...
  • My War: Justin "Figgy" Figueroa

    My War: Justin "Figgy" Figueroa
    Nobody puts up a fight like Figgy. He takes the big hits, refuses to give in and won’t stop 'til four wheels hit the ‘crete and he’s riding away. Nothing good comes easy...
  • 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.