The Internet allows us to better illuminate all aspects of skating: From the jockish and “Xtreme,” to the creative and inspiring, and to the raw and just plain weird.
We have an anonymous army of unpaid, unsupported kids who are always better, always improving, and making movies that are weird and innovative and sometimes just astoundingly good theater.
Well here it is, our annual Tampa Pro photo recap that is always a couple days late due to damaged livers and lost braincells.
Is skateboarding ready for Hillary Thompson, an open member of the LGBT community?
I'm surprised more people don't think we are legitimate psychos...
You know when you were the little kid at the skatepark and were both fascinated and intimidated by those "cool older kids?" That's the feeling you want to evoke in everyone you meet.
Jazz music has not always been the soundtrack to skateboarding, but when used correctly it has produced some of the most transcendent moments on film. These are a few of those moments.