• Classics: Howard Cooke

    Classics: Howard Cooke
    Here's a classic and a half from Howard Cooke's part in the 1999 Consolidated video, Is What It Is.
  • Classics: Danny Way S.O.T.Y.

    Classics: Danny Way S.O.T.Y.
    The only Skater of the Year to win the award twice ('til now). This week's Classics is Danny Way's part from our S.O.T.Y. video.
  • Classics: John Cardiel S.O.T.Y.

    Classics: John Cardiel S.O.T.Y.
    In 1992, a young John Cardiel stepped on stage and took the world by storm with a SOTY award. Skateboarding has never been the same. This part was excerpted from our S.O.T.Y. video.
  • Classics: Tony Trujillo S.O.T.Y.

    Classics: Tony Trujillo S.O.T.Y.
    Mark Gonzales has the intro, but Phelps says it best: "Look up ripper in the dictionary, and you'll see Tony Trujillo. He'll go to your fuckin' park and blow your joint out." Tony Trujillo, 2002 S.O.T.Y.
  • Classics: Mike Carroll S.O.T.Y

    Classics: Mike Carroll S.O.T.Y
    Andrew Langi stopped by and crushed the Double Rock park.
  • Classics: Andrew Reynolds S.O.T.Y.

    Classics: Andrew Reynolds S.O.T.Y.
    Andrew Reynolds was Skater Of The Year in 1998. From grom to Super 'Drew, we all watched... This part was excerpted from our S.O.T.Y. video.
  • Classics: Tony Hawk S.O.T.Y.

    Classics: Tony Hawk S.O.T.Y.
    With SOTY season breathing heavy on us, it's time to take a look back at the first ever Skater Of the Year. Here he is, Mr. Tony Hawk—SOTY 1990. This part was excerpted from our S.O.T.Y. video.
  • Classics: Max Schaaf

    Classics: Max Schaaf
    Max ollies out of lip tricks... Won't see that in the X-Games. Only in O-Town Bitch! Here's Max Schaaf's part in Real's 'Non-Fiction' vid from 1997.
  • Classics: The Butcher

    Classics: The Butcher
    This classic part comes from the summer of 1999 and our "Scorching Summer" video. It belongs to Diego Bucchierri and his Argentinian bro's. Few talked about and maybe even attempted that double set, but only the Butcher nailed it. Valor!
  • Classic Covers: Fred Gall

    Classic Covers: Fred Gall
    Here's another classic cover excerpted from our December 2009 issue. Switch 5.0 at Hubba Hideout in 1995? That's right, it's Fred Gall, fuckers.