Reader art based on photos from the mag is one of the great, unique Thrasher phenomenons. Here's some from our May issue and also classics from over the years.
Here's 15-minutes of Toy coming at you from their Southwest trip with the Burndog, featured in our May 2011 issue.
The Toy Machine Subhumans video from their article in our May 2011 issue hits the web Friday April 29th. Here's a little taste of what you'll see.
Brian Delatorre's part in the MIA vid was top-notch. Josh Stewart made a remix of the footage exclusively for Thrasher. Get stoked out of your face...
The Exploratorium in SF has a skateboard exhibit going on, and last night some DLX riders skated their course to help demonstrate the science behind skateboarding.
Tucson Timmy took the F-Troop to some of his old spots in Arizona the week of the Round-Up, and put together another Skate Soup.
Another demo crushed and it's off to the streets as Leo Romero, Cory Kennedy and the RVCA team finish their Northwest trip featured in our April 2011 issue.
The pro skate demo concept has been around for ages but the level of skating keeps getting crazier. These guys crank out things by the dozens that would have been inconceivable a few years ago.
The first of two episodes hits this Friday, but in the meantime, here's a trailer with some of the action that Leo Romero, Cory Kennedy, Julian Davidson, and others gathered when they hit the Pacific Northwest for the RVCA article featured in April's mag.
Those Maricons at Welcome skateshop in Madrid have this warehouse that we skate every time I go out there. Over the past few months I've been skating there a lot, so we'd just film once in a while…and this is what happened. —Haslam
There are lots of good skaters, but only a few who constantly innovate and search the globe for spots like Chris does. We're going to give him a bunch of coverage this week—here's a quick blast of what he's been up to.
Every time Paul accumulates enough footage for a part, people are reminded of how crazy his skating is. He now rides for Red Star skateboards.
Start the year off right. Arto Saari has a surprise for you, and he wanted to share it on the only website that has it all. What a year. And the next one's gonna be even better.
Start with some Conover, add a splash of Berle, chop it up with plenty of spicy Arizona spots and you've got yourself a hot, steamy bowl of Skate Soup - our new montage feature from Tim Cisilino.
Jon Miner killed it with this epic "From Birth to Skater of the Year" presentation for this year's champ, Leo Romero.
Reader votes, input from other pros, contributions to the mag, video coverage, and gut instinct all combine here. Jake delivers the news to a guy who has one of the gnarliest approaches to skating we've ever seen. And the 2010 SOTY winner is...
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