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Remembering Mark "Monk" Hubbard

You can’t touch Hubbard’s style. He was one of the most unique individuals in skateboarding. A true artist. Most of his moves he made up and named himself. This vid is just a mere peek into the depths of his creativity. We truly lost one of the biggest visionaries of our time and we are forever in his debt. Pick up a shovel and get to work for Hubs. –Sam Hitz

  • 2nd Annual Lower Bob’s P-Stone Invitational Video

    2nd Annual Lower Bob’s P-Stone Invitational Video
    The sun was bright, the revvs were high, and Oakland’s concrete sanctuary of the skate Gods was alive with the spirit of the recently departed. Fix yourself a coffee, grab a snack and enjoy the show.
  • Mark Hubbard Remembered

    Mark Hubbard Remembered
    As a visionary, Mark "Monk" Hubbard changed the landscape of skating forever. Thousands of heart-felt condolences have poured in since Mark passed away. Here are some more rare photos and long-form testimonials from his closest friends.
  • Halloween at Burnside 2018 Photos

    Halloween at Burnside 2018 Photos
    The Burnside Skatepark celebrated its 28th birthday this year and the party was one of the biggest ones yet. A little rain didn't stop any of the festivities and the music and skating went on late into the night.
  • Loveletter to Mark "Monk" Hubbard

    Loveletter to Mark "Monk" Hubbard
    Mark "Monk" Hubbard was a skateboarder, artist, musician, builder, dreamer and visionary. This Loveletter is a tribute to Monk in his own words.
  • Mark Hubbard Beer City Board

    Mark Hubbard Beer City Board
    The Hubbard family wishes to donate their proceeds of the sales to the skaters of The Oglala Lakota Nation in the form of skateboards. Monk was made an honorary member of the tribe while building the Pine Ridge skatepark alongside the locals and tribe. This park will forever be one of Mark's proudest contributions. Additionally Beer City will also be donating skateboards to the tribe.