Homegrown vids like this provide a look at raw talent and never-seen spots. Here's a ripper coming out of Georgia and you gotta love these board slide enders.
Curren is an ATV who's never in four-wheel drive. It all comes real easy, like he's simply cruising from point A to point B. Must be nice...
Talk about a star-studded cast. Two of skateboarding's heaviest rosters are hitting the road and may be in a town near you.
The mag has always spotlighted skater art. Our Canvas department has included creative legends, talented doodlers, and perhaps even a friend or two of yours. Check out this gallery of amazing art.
Damn, skating looks so sick when it's done at a high rate of speed. Jack is hauling ass here and manages to throw in a surprise ender as well.
Dennis Busenitz, Frank Gerwer, and Mike Anderson head to Hawaii to skate the island and visit DLXHI.
Treacherous Russian terrain is not an issue for Yura Renov. He just barges. Skate and Destroy is a universal language.
They only had a brief filming window so the Vox team concentrated on just skating fast and having fun as they whip around a buttery park. Here's Justin Strubing, Truman Hooker, and some ripping newcomers.
He is one of the most enigmatic skaters ever. Lennie's unique skating caught everyone's attention and then the twists of his life added to the strange tale. Dennis McGrath put out a book documenting Lennie's story.
Even though Jamie already had an untouchable skate legacy and was closing in on 40 years old, he still waged an epic battle for his Cold War ender - a trick that is gnarly by any standard.
Santa Cruz has teamed up with PAC-MAN to offer a limited edition Santa Cruz x PAC-MAN maze and a tournament to go with it.
Follow Aaron Herrington while he visits some of New York's best skate spots, shops, hangouts, and the community surrounding them.
The Plan B team hit the Active HQ park in Rancho Cucamonga last weekend for a signing and demo to officially welcome Chris Cole to the team.
Maybe it was a fear of tumbling over the other side that prevented Yura from committing to this rail. He pays the price anyway.
The legendary Clipper spot is about to become a handicap-access elevator. Lots of skate history here adds up to one epic goodbye session. Thanks to SFUSD for their consent. Spots come and go, but Clipper is forever. -Jake Phelps
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