Junk Drawer
  • Stoke of the Month: September 2010

    Stoke of the Month: September 2010
    There were a bunch of sick 'stokes' last month. Who do you think had the best one?
  • Ahead of Our Time

    Ahead of Our Time
    Tom Green has spoken: Thrasher Magazine was the Internet before there was an Internet. Follow us?
  • Bob Anderson ROTM

    Bob Anderson ROTM
    Roger of the Month edits are always entertaining. Check out this month's ROTM, Bob Anderson.
  • C1RCA: Texas

    C1RCA: Texas
    C1RCA enjoys some ice cream, little beers, and horseshit in Texas.
  • Nike SB: Route 666

    Nike SB: Route 666
    Rhino checks in from Route 666, on the way to the KOTR meeting spot.  Bike locks, birthdays, stacking tricks, and making out with chicks.
  • KOTR Classics: Girl

    KOTR Classics: Girl
    In 2004, Girl had an all-star roster of skaters on King of the Road. Although they weren't able to take home the crown, they did put together a classic part for the video.
  • King of the Rad Tricks

    King of the Rad Tricks
    Here's another look at the tricks that the pros are doing. If you think you got any, enter the King of the Rad challenge for your chance to win free shoes for a year.
  • Rumble in Ramona: The Last Stand

    Rumble in Ramona: The Last Stand
    The third and final Rumble in Ramona is going down this weekend. Check out this re-edit from last year's session, and get ready.
  • Converse: Denver?

    Converse: Denver?
    Did Baca get a Thrasher face tat? Where has the Converse team been this whole time? This update raises a lot of questions.
  • Thrilla in Manila Part 2

    Thrilla in Manila Part 2
    Flip has more demo and boating footage from their trip to Philippines, featured in our September 2010 issue.
In The Mag
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Jamie F'n Foy back Smiths (and gaps out) straight onto his SOTY issue cover. Hellacious Skater of the Year article inside as Jamie and his boys terrorize Melbourne and lay its spots to waste. Travel-wise, the Hellride Crew hike it to Quito, Ecuador to shred (and repair) some sacred 'crete, and a little closer to home, the top ladies of 'boarding hit the highway and attack Arizona. Elsewhere in the mag, Arto Saari talks about the year he got SOTY (2001), K-Walks discusses passing the torch to Foy Boy, Mark Suciu pontificates on tasteful trick combos and the T-Eddy Awards once again crown (and clown) everybody in their path. This issue is thick and sick like your favorite uncle's goiter. Add this one to your collection.