• RIP in Peace: Pat Quirke

    RIP in Peace: Pat Quirke
    Pat Quirke was a force in the Northwest, skating pools, hopping trains and leaving a 40-year legacy of stoke. Those lucky enough to witness his unbelievable spirit write a powerful send off to their dear friend.
  • RIP in Peace: Dave Schubert

    RIP in Peace: Dave Schubert
    Dave Schubert's camera captured countless iconic images that will endure for an eternity.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Monzavia Bray

    RIP IN PEACE: Monzavia Bray
    Atlanta local Monzania Bray lived an incredible life, bringing the hype to his hometown park and keeping the kids on boards. From foster care to his first trip out of the country, those closest to Zay remember his impact.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Ken Block

    RIP IN PEACE: Ken Block
    Ken Block helped prop up giants in our world through his work with DC. His friend and co-collaborator Michael Blabac remembers him with these kind words.
  • RIP in Peace: Anna Kruse

    RIP in Peace: Anna Kruse
    Anna was a fearless skateboarder, loving mother and friend to every animal in her path. Though her life was tragically cut short, her passion lives through her skate family in Germany and beyond. Read this moving tribute by friend and photographer Thomas Gentsch. 
  • RIP IN PEACE: Jeff “Load” Stephenson

    RIP IN PEACE: Jeff “Load” Stephenson
    Load was one of Atlanta's larger-than-life figures that influenced every skateboarder in his path. From setting the standard for DIY builds and teaching the young bucks to stapling P-Stone's leg shut, the scene remembers their legend.    
  • RIP IN PEACE: Scott Starr

    RIP IN PEACE: Scott Starr
    Scott Starr was a trusted photographer for Thrasher through the late '80s and early '90s. He shot our best-selling Birdman cover as well as many greats of that era. George Nagai remembers a Santa Barbara legend.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Pat Clark

    RIP IN PEACE: Pat Clark
    Pat Clark was a well-respected verticalist for the last four decades who appeared on our October '83 cover. Friends and family remember.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Kurtis Colamonico

    RIP IN PEACE: Kurtis Colamonico
    Kurtis wanted to share skateboarding with everyone and make them feel included. He did so with his Skate Kids program and his son Kruz. Joe Krolick spent many days in the field with him and shares these touching words and photos.
  • RIP IN PEACE: Zane Timpson

    RIP IN PEACE: Zane Timpson
    Zane Timpson was an exceptional skateboarder and even better friend. He touched everyone around him with his humor, excitement and selfless good nature. Read this heartfelt piece and revisit some highlights from an extraordinary life.
  • Meet the Scramblers 2022

    Meet the Scramblers 2022
    The Scramblers sound off on their fellow vanmates, Tim Savage's endless spotbook, Dylan's fanbase and the best rips from the road. Get to know 'em before you watch the full video.
  • The Mind Behind "SK4TERDIE": An Interview with Matt Taylor

    The Mind Behind "SK4TERDIE": An Interview with Matt Taylor
    Matt Taylor’s videos are packed with skits, sound effects, lightning-quick transitions and precise comedic timing. After watching the newest Skaterdie, we got him on the line to talk joke skating, influencers and how everything got to be too cool.
  • The "SK4TERDIE" Video

    The "SK4TERDIE" Video
    Pros, props and packed with personality, Matt Taylor’s newest installment of the Skaterdie series serves up some chuckles for all you comedy fans out there. It ain’t all circus tricks, though—Herbert Brown, Shane Powell and Dee Ostrander bring the hits.
  • Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" THERE Part

    Chandler Burton's "Castle Freak" THERE Part
    Chandler’s provided glimpses over the years, but a full-bodied part loaded with hectic roof rides, dolphin flips and gothic costumes brings him to the next level.
  • Chandler Burton on Makeup, Monster and Making a Living

    Chandler Burton on Makeup, Monster and Making a Living
    After dropping his first pro part with THERE, Chandler hops in the hot seat to talk drag inspiration, early sobriety, imposter syndrome and the reality of living off skating in LA—as seen in our March ‘23 mag.
  • In The Mag
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    Emile Laurent finds a new line under the Burnside Bridge and lands himself on the cover, while features with Ishod, Tom Penny, and the Thrasher Vacation crew make this issue a must-have.