After all is said and done, we lived like pirates. Sleeping in a hotel or bushes, it doesn't matter. This is the best crew, straight mental cases. If you want us in your town, let us know. We will rock your world.
After a week of busted bones and ear ringing, Skate Rock Japan winds down at a sea wall spot that didn't help much two years ago. Thanks to all of the Japanese skaters, hosts, ramp owners, and everyone we met. Felem rules and nothing is safe when the Skate Rock crew is in town.
A lot of people shred D Rock each week, but it's hard to understand how gnarly shit gets until you see it all put together. Throw in a soundtrack by The Luniz and this episode might be our personal favorite.
The mid-way point is a bizarre mix of competition, relaxing, and having a blast. Here's a board toss, high-speed relay race, and the Mystery Guests revealed: Jaws, Ryan Decenzo, Austyn Gillette, and David Gonzalez.
It's here. The gnarliest, funniest, best KOTR yet. We start off with Antihero in Portland. Gerwer, Pfanner, Roy, Trujillo, Allen, Hewitt, Russo, and Cardiel. If you didn't get the DVD free with the February mag we weren't going to leave you behind. Here we go...
Here's more photos and footage from this year's SOTY party. This was the first venue in years to not give us a permanent ban. Thanks to everyone who showed, the bands, sponsors Monster and HoodieBuddie, and most of all, David Gonzalez.
In This Issue Mark Suciu welcomes you to 2014 by gracing the January cover with a backside noseblunt down an infamous SF State kinker (Duffy approved!) The Habitat heaviness continues within, including full-length interviews with Suciu and Brian Delatorre and a 20-page feature chronicling the Search The Horizon video project. Manderson, Silas and James Hardy blow it in South Africa, The Red Dragons talk mayhem while desecrating some Eastern Canadian spots and a solid twelve-page photo feature gives your brain a few seconds to rest while your eyes bleed tears of joy. And just in case you need a little more, how about Jerry Hsu and Daewon Song breaking down the myths of the Asian skateboarder and a Canvas spread with the art of Stefan Janoski? Stick a switchblade in it, this one's done. Score This Mag For Free