Junk Drawer
  • King of the Road Season 3: Webisode 10 (2018)

    King of the Road Season 3: Webisode 10 (2018)
    Fire rail insanity as the teams reach the end of the line. Zion shines and Cole gets scorched — then it's off to see the winners! Free worldwide. Congrats Element!
  • John Bird Memorial Fund and BBQ

    John Bird Memorial Fund and BBQ
    John Bird was a skateboarder, artist, writer, photographer and friend to many in the SF area and beyond. With a heavy heart his family is asking for help with a memorial fund in the wake of his passing. Anything helps, donate if you can. Rest in peace John.
  • Stupid Trick Tips with Kevin Braun

    Stupid Trick Tips with Kevin Braun
    Kevin Braun attempts the impossible by trying to educate you four wheeled warriors on what it's like to harness the power of just two.
  • Phil Zwijsen's "Further on the Road" Part

    Phil Zwijsen's "Further on the Road" Part
    Phil brought his blitzing approach to skateboarding Stateside, exploring some of the lesser known patches of concrete in the middle of the American expanse. This is a fantastic edit.
  • King of the Road Season 3: Tyson Goes Pro

    King of the Road Season 3: Tyson Goes Pro
    KOTR is always full of surprises, but this shocker for Tyson at the finale warms the heart.
  • 510 20 Year Anniversary Skate Jam

    510 20 Year Anniversary Skate Jam
    510 skateshop is celebrating 20 years with a skate jam this Sunday. Come check it out.
  • Loveletters Season 9: Atlanta Scene Report

    Loveletters Season 9: Atlanta Scene Report
    For over 40 years the skaters in Atlanta have worked together to build one of the best scenes anywhere in the world. Grosso and the Loveletters crew took a trip to ATL to check it out.
  • T-Mack Skate Jam

    T-Mack Skate Jam
    Come out to skate and celebrate the life of Terrence McCrary.
  • Pedro Delfino's "Welcome to Deathwish" Part

    Pedro Delfino's "Welcome to Deathwish" Part
    The man is SKATE AND DESTROY personified, built to attack every piece of terrain in his path. The slams are brutal, but the legendary makes validate the pain.
  • The Follow Up: Pedro Delfino

    The Follow Up: Pedro Delfino
    Jamie Foy interviews his good homie Pedro about getting on Deathwish, sending it down huge rails, eating goose brains and how he got a Thrasher cover before he even had a board sponsor. This one’s too good.
In The Mag
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Outta the bog and straight into the fire, Brandon Westgate scorches onto the October 2018 cover with an ollie to perilous plank ride. More W-Gate inside by way of a feature interview—all handsomely shot by masterlensman Brian Gaberman—as part of a behind-the-scenes look at Element’s newest video offering, Peace. Nassim, Jaako, Madars and Julian Davidson all get grilled, too. This vid is gonna be HEAVY! In tales of travel, REAL took their Actions Realized efforts to Chicago, Detroit, Providence and Taunton, MA, spreading the stoke and doing good deeds along the way. Circle-F-wise, Corey Glick and Dakota Servold both have interviews, letting you know that the new Foundation vid will be absolutely bonkers (as they always are). And if you’re sick of low-impact curb dancing, have no fears—Nuke Baby is here to make sure those drops stay high and the rails stay kinked! Hope you’re done with your homework because this one’s gonna take over your life. Add this one to your collection.