• RIP In Peace: Mark "Monk" Hubbard

    RIP In Peace: Mark "Monk" Hubbard
    My friend Roger Mark Hubbard died June 8, 2018. Talk about skateboard legends, this dude saw his destiny. Marty was a true skateboard pioneer. Talk about doing it yourself, this dude did it all. He’s gone but his legend will live forever. I miss him, and there ain’t nobody like him. Once again, rest in peace. Roger Mark Hubbard 1970-2018.–Jake Phelps
  • RIP In Peace: Dylan Rieder

    RIP In Peace: Dylan Rieder
    Born to ride a skateboard? It’s a seemingly silly concept when you think about it, but Dylan Rieder made us believe it. That man was absolutely, positively, a gift. Power, style, grace - he had it all. Our thoughts are with his family and friends in this difficult time. Rest in Peace, Dylan Rieder. We will all miss you, each day more than the next.
  • Rip In Peace: Doug Pensinger

    Rip In Peace: Doug Pensinger
    Skateboarder and photographer Doug Pensinger unexpectedly passed away on Friday. Here's some iconic images from his archives to remember him by. 
  • Gerry "Skatemaster Tate" Hurtado - RIP In Peace

    Gerry "Skatemaster Tate" Hurtado - RIP In Peace
    Skater, Indy TM, musician, TV host and friend to all, we mark the sad passing of Taters.
  • RIP in peace - Matt Reason

    RIP in peace - Matt Reason
    We're saddened to report the passing of East-Coast ruler Matt Reason. Matt charged into the mid-90s on 60+mm wheels, helping to erase the slow-push, tech-obsessed era that had previously engulfed skateboarding. His positive energy was contagious and he left a mark on every person he came in contact with. Rip in peace, Matt. Gone but never forgotten. 
  • Marc "Shockus" Delellis - RIP in Peace

    Marc "Shockus" Delellis - RIP in Peace
    Shockus was a true skater to the end, but most importantly, he was our friend. We will miss him dearly and our thoughts go out to his friends and family.
  • RIP Shogo Kubo

    RIP Shogo Kubo
    The skateboarding world took a huge hit to its soul yesterday, with the loss of ‘70s skate maestro, Shogo Kubo.
  • RIP Corey Chrysler

    RIP Corey Chrysler
    The word legend gets tossed around pretty freely these days, but Corey Chrysler was the real deal. We are deeply saddened by his passing. Read on for a few words from his friend Jason Jessee. 
  • RIP in Peace Dave Tuck

    RIP in Peace Dave Tuck
    You can only imagine the effect that Dave Tuck had on this world before passing Saturday after a long battle with cancer. –Greg Hunt
  • RIP in Peace Shawn Clark

    RIP in Peace Shawn Clark
    Shawn Clark was a lifelong skater who used his earnings from his service in the Marines to open Patriot Skateshop, where yesterday he was taken from us much too early.