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Proper ATV new one from Erick Winkowski for Independent via Thrasher...
Part 7 sees Rob Jones, Judd Otene, Sket (the dude behind the amazing Thanks Skateboarding) and Josh Nice hit up Bassano Del Grappa, Caos Skatepark and Milano Central!
Second part of Hell Yeah Son’s Euro trip - with the crew hitting up Cologne’s Lohserampe!
Div Adam and the UK Antihero crew of Seb Tabe and Joe Howard headed over to Greece to skate the Blue Enigma Bowl and this is what they came back with! Filmed by Alan Glass.
Online now is an interview with Matt Beer, covering everything from travelling, piecing together insane ramp lines and favourite video parts. Originally seen in Hangup Zine Issue 3.
Click here for the interview.
Reefs Skate team take it to the Worcester crust in their latest clip, check the slam at 1.09!
Featuring Stan, Daz, Jordan Lightowler, Will Gardner and other locals.
Ben Broyd takes his deep bag of tricks to Hull, filmed by Alfie Plaxton during a Camp WESC UK visit!
Not sure what exactly is happening in this clip, but it's definitely a fun 14 minutes spent watching it! The camera lookbacks section starting at 6:30 is real funny, as well as the bush jumping section starting at ten mins...
Really good clip of Vans Canada guys Adam Hopkins and Riley Boland out in Japan, check the article here!
Adam Hopkins, Backside Boneless. | Shot by Gordon Nicholas
Carve Wicked's latest clip, celebrating pro boards for Sox, Sam Pulley and Colin Adam! Have a look at the boards below! More info on Pixels.
Also featuring; Nicky Howells, Jake Collins, Chav Dan, Beanhead, Tom Bailey, Sam Beckett, Phil Zwijsen, Josef Scott and Julien Benoliel.
Thanks Skateboarding Mag have a couple of great recaps from the Marseille Red Bull Bowl Rippers comp, featuring Brits Sox, Alex Hallford and Jordan Thackeray as well as George Poole, Jaime Mateu, Karl Berglind, Collin Graham and more!
Have a watch of the video below before going to have a look at their photo essay here.
Although it contains somewhat less tranny than the lead up episodes led you to believe, this new Curren Caples Push part from The Berrics is still great! And what tranny is in there is top notch - the Back Tail!
Have a watch of Sidewalk's clip from the weekend's Holy Stoked Fundraiser at The House, then click the photo below to have a read / look at the accompanying article!
A Group Highlights from Mount Hawke's Pool Party, ripping the Simparch / Blackpool bowl, with new coping!
Featuring Zak Kutz, Jesse Thomas, Oakley Liddel, Stef Nurding, Rowan Murray, Adam Williams, Josh Rounding and loads more!
Filmed by Elliott Mallinson
Today we're going back to 2014 for Ben Raybourn's welcome to Nike part! So much good stuff in this, particularly feeling the WSVT line starting at 0:49!
Invert Fakie | March '13 Thrasher Interview | Photo: Rhino
Epic clip of the last day at Lasek Land from Protec, with Peter Hewitt, Christian Hosoi, Tate Carew, Steve Caballero, Bucky himself and more!
James Capps, Yonnie Cruz and very watchable Rick McCrank-alike Simon Bannerot skating the Crailtap Park!
Another rad Chris Russell clip from Red Bull, ripping some local haunts - Slob Fastplant Disaster!
Gnarliest skateboarder on the planet Chris Russell has a few lengthy lines in here for the Creature Independent Trucks collab!
Really rad clip from Savate and the always excellent Guillaume Périmony, shredding what looks like every great spot in France and the Basque Country!
Featuring Remy Taveira, Oscar Candon, Sam Partaix, Igor fardin, Vincent Coupeau, Robin Bolian, Julien Benoliel, Chloé Bernard, Gaetan Ducellier, Maceo Moreau, George Poole, Greg Poissonier and Mathias Thomer.
Quick clip from The Works' new build from Sidewalk with Doug McLaughlan, Avid and Paul Watson! Looking forward to Winter for once!
Rad Vox promo here, with some great all-terrain footage of Nolan Johnson, Al Brunelle, Diego Alvarado and more!
We visited Moor Park, Preston for Scene's 20th Anniversary Jam! Featuring Sam Mason, Leigh Devine, Tom Cottam, Neil Worthington, Ricky Davidson, Dave Morgan, Simo Johannes, Robert Frost and more!
An accompanying article and photos can be seen at the link below!
Tom Cottam Smiths around the Observatory, miraculously while no kids were sat on it!
I travelled up to Preston early Sunday, hoping the showers I drove through over the Pennines hadn't also dampened the park! Having last skated the park almost two years ago during the opening, I managed to get a session while the park was quiet before the jams - the "observatory" corner is so fun, but really hard to get a line frontside for goofy-footers!
Adam Kay came down from Blackpool after work and Nollie Tailgrabbed on command!
The jams soon began, starting with the wallride, with standouts including Sam Mason's axle revert, Tom Cottam's Nosepick and Ollie up to Back Smith attempts, and fastest / loosest man award recipient Leigh Devine's hectic Footplants.
Moving on to the hip jam and the phrase "Lemmings off a cliff" jumped into my head, although plenty of rad tricks did go down, including Danny Moor's Nollie Backside Flip Revert and Sam's 360 flip the wrong way!
One of the strangest / gnarliest tricks of the day from Tom, Backside 180 off the platform and in!
The most hotly contested jam of the day was definitely the bank to kerb jam, with every man and his dog getting involved in this one! Everything from 5050s and Boardslides to some serious Bluntslide variations - some guys were even Nollieflipping into tricks! Standouts from this one were Tom Cottam's 270 to switch pivot and Flip Backlip Revert, and eventual winner (I think) Ricky Davidson's Bluntslide Bigspin!
Ricky Davidson mid-Bluntslide Revert during the hectic Kerb jam!
The final jam proper was over in the bowl, with a small number of heads going in! Simo Johannes started things off with grinds on every bit, followed by Frosty with some solid lines including feeble grinds round the shallow and a Backside Ollie in the deep! Dave Morgan turned up and Front Rocked the deep end, before trying a couple of bonelesses into into, which didn't go particularly well... Sam Mason won this one with a fair few tricks, such as Ollie-ing in first go on demand, Tailblock in the deep, frontside feeble to front rock in the shallow and a load more!
Tom's ridiculous transfer that closed the day out!
The very final jam of the day was an inpromptu one on a box someone had brought down to the park, not sure who won this one but Tom Cottam ended it by transferring quarter to ledge!
The jam ended up being seriously packed out, not just with the skateboarders, but the graffiti guys, skate dads and their families and loads more besides. It shows how strong a scene Preston has, and I'm sure having such a good shop and now a great skatepark has just cemented this!
We'll be dropping an edit of the day tomorrow! Keep you're eyes peeled!
Dave Morgan Frontside Ollies shortly before ruining his wrist on a Backside One!
Here's the highlights from last weekend's Vans Park Series Malmo stop!
Featuring Cory Juneau, Roman Pabich, Cody Lockwood, Murilo Peres, Josh Borden, Keegan Palmer, Zion Wright, Vincent Matheron, Ben Hatchell, Trey Wood, Raven Tershy, Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg, Grant Taylor, Chris Russell, Willy Lara, Tristan Rennie, Kevin Kowalski, CJ Collins, Pedro Barros, Daan Van Der Linden, Ishod Wair, Karl Berglind,Tom Schaar and Alex Sorgente.
Kamil "Camel" Karwowski and Ryan Robinson around Moor Park fro the latest Couch Raider clip! Below that is the flyer for Scen's 20th Anniversary jam this Saturday!
Matt Hunt's latest clip sees the assembled Newquay scene ripping every part of their local park!
Featuring Jake Sparham, Chaz Merryweather, Harry While, Sam Doyle, Pete Blake, Jak Foster, Remick Thomas, Conor Farrell, Craig Davis, Josh Rounding, Liam Kenna, Dan Dean, Ralph Sadler and Finley Mccormick.
Check the rest of our Newquay-based content here.
Jake Sparham | Melon | Photo: Matt Hunt
The latest Crailtap clip of the day sees Simon Bannerot rip every inch of Peck Park alongside Robbie Russo, Cedric Pabich and Rick Fabro.
The latest clip from Matt Clarke focuses on Kettering local Hugh Thompson - so really good clips in this one!
Here's the Div of 7 years ago full bore around Washington Street! That Smith is fucked!
Here's London crew With Section's latest clip, with clips across the length of the UK including. Featuring Curtis O'Dell, Seb Tabe, Husky, Dom Tana, Kyle Wilson, Tom Delion, Zach Delarue, Adam Delarue, Jake Church, Tom Moatti, Lewis Bell, Active Matt, Blinky, Banjo 3hunna, James Robinson, Nino Majetski, Mickey Raise, Hammy and Jakub G.
Here's London crew With Section's latest clip, with clips across the length of the UK. Featuring Curtis O'Dell, Seb Tabe, Husky, Dom Tana, Kyle Wilson, Tom Delion, Zach Delarue, Adam Delarue, Jake Church, Tom Moatti, Lewis Bell, Active Matt, Blinky, Banjo 3hunna, James Robinson, Nino Majetski, Mickey Raise, Hammy and Jakub G.
Hefty sesh from the Vans crew at the newly renovated Transworld park! With Chris Russell, Josh Borden, Roman Pabich, Cedric Pabich, Kyle Walker, Tyson Peterson, Elijah Berle and Andrew Allen.
Craig Wooley sent over this rad edit from the weekend's Clifton session, with Jake Wallis, Brendan Watson, Dean Greensmith and a little Alex Hallford!
James Harris uploaded a little clip from a trip to Cirencester! With Ryan Price, Andy Coleman and Gaz Parsons.
Here's the latest in Ryan Maddox's excellent New Mexico-centric CHAPPED series, with a heavy focus on ditch and pool skating! Eli Williams' Hazard County part is rad, as are Bryant Chapo's enders!
Rounding off the Creature video uploads, here's CSFU - Featuring Darren Navarrette, David Gravette, Al Partanen, Sam Hitz, Taylor Bingaman, Truman Hooker, Ryan Reyes, Willis Kimbel, Sean Conover, Stu Graham, Adrian Mallory, Scizzors, Silent Mike and More.
So hyped for the new vid!
Power Riders crew at the recently resurfaced West Linn!
Fælledparken oververt master Rune Glifeberg has this rad clip out for Pro-Tec! Filmed by Tylre Wilcox.
Rune Glifberg | Backside Smith | Fælledparken | Photo: Paul Graham
Here's Nolan Johnson about Oceanside for OJ Wheels - check those roll-ins!
Paul Watson and Aiden Blaymire at the very fun Hatfield Skatepark, followed by a little street footage in Doncaster! Filmed by Brendan Harrap.
Creature uploaded their 2006 classic, Born Dead to youtube, officially for the first time.
Featuring Darren Navarrette, Al Partanen, Sam Hitz, Alex Horn, Cody Boat, Josh Perkins, John Ponts and David Gravette.
Rye Beres' latest one with Ronnie Sandoval, Daniel Vargas, Roman Pabich, Shaun Ross, Daan Van Der Linden, Cedric Pabich and more!
Tony Ellis continues the Creature savagery down the Cannery, Mayday into the wall!
Aaron Wilmot interviewed by Saul Crumlish
Aaron Body Jars at Livi. Photo: Russ Hall
Saul: Right, where do you usually skate, and who do you mostly skate with?
Aaron: Living in Glasgow, so nearby I've got Kelvin groove, it's sick there. Usually skate with David Cosmo (Adam Paris), Rupert Dogman (Ruari), Small (Saul), Freddy, Shezz and Dunder. There are so many shreds in Glasgow so anywhere you go you can get a session.
S: For sure it's a sick crew! If you could go anywhere with your skateboard where would it be?
A: Japan! I heard some stories of it's crazy streets and DIY that's been built there, I think there's talk of a trip there with a UK crew. I'd like to build something out there as well and they do have some sick parks.
S: That sounds sick, DIY spots have been popping up everywhere!
Dog Piss at Inverkeithing. Photo: Russ Hall
A: Ruari has actually built a concrete skatepark in Edinburgh, it's legit. Stoked on it and what he's doing for the scene there. Type skate jail into Youtube and watch 45 minutes of the best shit ever!
S: Yeah I've still not been through, need to get a sesh there! Seen the edit, crazy! What's your favourite / go to trick?
A: Hand turns and airs... as many as I can get. Hanging up and making it, probably the best one.
S: Definitely! Those are the best ones! The ones where you nearly died but stuck it anyway! Finally, anyone helping you out and getting you stoked?
A: Haha word. Stu at Lovenskate for boards and Rock Solid for trucks, big love for Manhead for the shoes. Thanks to Ruari and Paris for being the most vicious people too.
Saul Crumlish Interviewed by Aaron Wilmot
Saul Frontside Airs at Saughton. Photo: Russ Hall
Aaron: Right mate I got you! First Question, how long you been skating for and how did you get into it?
Saul: About four years and my dad got me into it!
A: So your dad's been taking you skating with him since you were young that's sick. Where's some of the best places you've skated?
S: Probably Fælledparken in Copenhagen, Stappel (Malmo) and La Kantera in Bilbao! Endless lines and rad crews!
A: I've been to them all, they are gnarly and loads of fun for a crew. Who you been skating with recently and who's killing it?
S: Well, just back from Copenhagen so was skating with Viggie, Rasmus, William, Chris and all those boys. They rip!
Frontside Nosegrind at Saughton. Photo: Russ Hall
A: What's Glasgow's crew and vibes like for you? You getting juiced from skating with people like Adam Paris and Freddie Lusk?
S: Yeah man Glasgow's crew is sick and everyone's killing it right now, but there's not that much transition to skate, there's only one vert ramp (if you're counting QPVR) and Kaos just closed which is gonna suck for the Winter...
A: Word, we need vert! Safe fella any folk you want to thank for anything?
S: Cheers Shiner for hooking us up with boards and wheels, Volcom for some gear now and again, Manhead for hooking us up with Vans, Dave and Perry at Pyramid and my family for always being supportive and taking me places!
Some epic footy of Alex Hallford at the last Works Pool session on Sunday night, plus a little Bruce for good measure! How about that Nosepick! Via Sidewalk
Here's Martino Cattaneo at home in Lugano, Switzerland. Check the lines starting at 1:42!
Sidewalk have an excellent video / photo / word recap of the Battle of Hastings event that took place over the weekend, click here for the full thing!
Jake Collins Nosegrinds over the hip, shot by Chris Johnson
Elliott Mallinson's edit from the Mount Hawke Rooster Bowl Jam, with Alex Hallford, Matt Beer, Jesse Thomas, Harry While, Adam Williams, Tom Mitchell, Stefani Nurding, Zak Kutz, Josh Rounding, Nick Hanson, Rowan Murray and more!
Excellent Corby clip from Matt Clarke, featuring Callum McRobbie and Dave Allen - Front Rock slide!
Hi guys, could you give us a little history of the park?
While we opened officially as The House in 1998, this skatepark is technically House 4, the last in a line of DIY indoor parks we'd been knocking together in our spare time with any materials we could scrounge. These parks were in derelict buildings around Sheffield, but sooner or later we'd get caught or they'd get dismantled, so this time around we decided to do things properly. We started the park with support from the Prince's Youth Business Trust on just £5,000 figuring if we build it, they will come. Thankfully, they did, and now we're older – but not necessarily wiser - than a lot of our park users.
As one of, if not the, longest running skater-owned skateparks in the country, do you have any particular advice on keeping a park running for so long?
Do whatever is necessary to make it happen, that's fundamental. We try to keep moving forward and keep things fresh. Because we build the ramps ourselves we're constantly updating the park to meet customer needs and stop it getting stale. But we also recognise we're part of a bigger local scene, and we do what we can to support skating in Sheffield, because if the scene slips so do we. We try and get involved in events happening in the community, help out local skaters when we can, and generally keep the vibe going because skating should be fun.
Ben Broyd Frontside Airs for Hosoi at the Halloween Jam 2015
You have a real cheap entry fee into the park, how / why do you keep it so cheap?
Our business plan was basically make some ramps and go skate them. We never expected to be skatepark millionaires, which is lucky really because there have been times when taking a wage just isn't an option. When we started there weren't many outdoor parks locally; now there's several, so if you hit people too hard they'll go somewhere they can skate for free. We have a small staff, and we keep costs down by doing our own building and repairs, and we recycle a lot of our materials. Wood gets thrown away when it's too small or too wrecked to be usable. Everything that needs doing down there we do ourselves, and that saves a lot of money.
Could you talk us through the process of getting the DIY bowl built? I imagine it was a mammoth task, and with Sheffield having a predominantly street-oriented scene, what was the thinking behind it?
Our landlord had a spare unit going, so we thought why not do something ridiculous? Indoor concrete is still pretty rare in the UK, but it's becoming normalised in places like the US, so we thought we'd try and raise our game. Scene stalwart Joe 90 had experience in building concrete bowls and the unit was standing empty, so we reckoned a few months would do it. In fact it took nearly a year of insanely hard work, helped by local skaters who pitched in their time for nothing to make it happen.
Sheffield has a solid street scene because there's so many good spots, but now we have customers who love transitions and come down to use the bowl, especially the older guys (like me). It's a bit of a cliché in skating but when you get too old to throw yourself down things you start skating transitions.
Joe Howard Frontside Feebles around the corner.
You guys seem to rep a few lesser seen brands in your shop, particularly Consolidated, one of my personal favourites. Is it important to you to support similar brands?
We're a skater-owned park, we've always said support skater owned and we mean it. We back the Don't Do It campaign to keep big business out of skateboarding and keep it in the hands of those who know and love it. That includes stocking smaller companies who care about skating rather than seeing it as a cash cow, like some global sports companies do. We've been friends with Consolidated for years, they make great boards and have good ethics, I was so stoked to be able to collaborate with them on a House / Consolidated board.
Could you tell us a bit about the annual House comp? It's one of the last-standing major UK comps right? How do you keep it so well attended each year?
The comp's been running annually since 2002 – the first winner was Scott Palmer - and we always look forward to it. We started it as a bit of fun, really, and one thing that makes it so successful, I think, is that we've never taken it too seriously. If you start taking skating seriously then you're missing the point. While the prize pot's grown in recent years, we've tried to hold on to the original feel of the comp as a day when skaters can get together, watch some skating, maybe win some shiny new stuff, and just hang out and have a laugh. That said, every year we try and introduce something different to shake things up, from 'King of the Stairs' to the Wheel of Fortune trick generator. Last year we live-streamed it for the first time; people were watching it from all over the world, which was slightly surreal. This year? We'll see what we come up with.
Bruce airs into his Tailblock...
What would you say is the biggest challenge you've faced since running the park?
Keeping things on a level while not sacrificing the ideals and principles we set the place up with. Keeping the place relevant is always a challenge, especially as you're getting a bit older and all the kids seem to be asking for is foam pits and resi ramps. Not getting disheartened on a hot July afternoon when you've only seen two customers all day and hoping you can hold the place together until winter when you're needed. And knowing you'll never skate as well again as you did in your twenties and you can't land half of what you used to.
Finally, to end on a positive, what's the best thing about running a skatepark?
I get to be my own boss, I get to go out and skate still, I get to watch kids who turn up at The House with their mum and dad progress to the point where they're skating for a living. And you still get a buzz when you get to watch someone do something that really shouldn't be possible, and know you've played a small part in helping them achieve that by knocking that ramp together.
Blinky Mute Grabs with the standard face...
Here's the Team Scotland edit, with ripping from the Leith DIY, Kelvingrove, Saughton and more!
Hi guys, could you start off with a little history of your park?
The Boneyard opened in 1996 and was the result of a communal effort led by the mother of a local rollerblader. The first building was on the same site as the current one, but was much smaller and was more or less derelict, with very little lighting and the ramps were all built by members of the community. Initially it was free to come and use the skatepark, with a membership costing around £10 and lasting a few years. The only refreshments available were Calypo drinks, which were made in a factory round the corner.
Initially it was proposed that the building was to be split between use as a skatepark, and a rollerhockey practice area but a few months down the line everyone realized rollerhockey was rubbish. After that the skatepark took priority and was moved into a bigger and better building, which we still occupy.
As one of the longest-running skateparks I've contacted, do you have any insights or advice on keeping a park running for so long?
The Boneyard has always been more of a community project than anything else. We run as a non-profit, have quite an old building in the middle of nowhere and rely heavily on people helping us out with things, be it building ramps, running the business, sourcing materials or just general day to day operations. I think having a very realistic views of things is also important. We don't turn over much money, and nobody involved with the skatepark is getting rich. Times are frequently very difficult, with hard choices to be made. It's important to maintain a positive outlook and remind yourself that it's important to keep the place open.
Si Davis Melon transfers back in 2013. Photo: Lewis Royden
A little different to the other parks, you're ran by a skateboarder, BMX rider and Rollerblader. Because of this, have you noticed a difference in the type of users using the park?
The diversity of the staff is probably just a reflection of the people who use the skatepark. We get a healthy mixture of all three groups coming here, all our sessions are mixed aside from jams or events, and everyone gets on pretty well. Obviously we have occasional conflicts of interest between users, but the diversity of the staff definitely helps to smooth these over.
You guys seem pretty open to changing up the park which is rad too see, how do you decide what to put in?
People give us suggestions all the time, or we might see something cool somewhere. Then we decide if we can afford to change something, which we usually can't, then we do it anyway. The things to take into consideration for us are; what are we missing? Why aren't a certain group using the park at the moment? How will changing a certain section affect existing users? Once we have answered these questions to the best of our ability, we just kind of get on with it. We do everything ourselves as much as we can, only employing additional help were some kind of specialism is involved and relying, as with all things here, with people coming down with a drill or a hammer and getting stuck in.
Si Davis Backside airs, 2012. Photo: Lewis Royden
Have you seen any change in the amount of users from any of these changes?
When we, as in the current staff, started working here, none of us had any experience with building ramps. And so it's only now, a few years down the line, when we are starting to get comfortable with what we can manage and how we build things. The last major changes we made where to add a smaller section of the park, and to update the jumpbox section. By adding the smaller section, we have definitely noticed in increase in skateboarders, and also probably certain types of BMX rider. As things go on we will certainly take note of this, and probably try and develop that side of the skatepark with small, street type obstacles.
What would you say is the biggest challenge you've faced since running the park?
Undoubtedly the biggest challenge is making enough money to stay open. Things can get very tight, especially in summer when nobody is coming down. But we always manage to scrape through. The second biggest challenge is probably keeping the skatepark dry. Our roof leaks, the foundations have shifted and we are the bottom of a canal bank, but we always manage to sort it out.
Finally, what's the best thing about running a skatepark?
Meeting people, hanging out with our friends all day and building ramps.
Here's Mark "Frocker" Hewitt's excellent night in the park clip from back in 2012 - check that last trick!
To accompany our extended Mount Hawke Photo Gallery, we asked firm Hawke local Elliott Mallinson to film a clip to go along with it! Featuring Adam Williams, Jesse Thomas, Stu Perkins, Jake Anderson, Matt Beer, Jake Sparham, Adam Moss, Tully Stevens, Joe Haddon, Wes Denman, Phil Darnton and Alex Hallford.
Here's Joe around some Yorkshire and Lancashire haunts, set to The Cro-Mags just because...
Check out Joe's interview from Hangup Zine Issue 1 here!
Guest tricks - Dean Greensmith
Song: Cro-Mags - Malfunction
Filmed by Paul Graham and Chris Pope
Today we have a gallery from the Bradley Stoke Skatepark opening jam, shot by Tom Sparey! Featuring Jake Collins, Sox, Chav Dan, Channon Wallace, Nic Chappell and more!
Click here to be taken to the full gallery, and see below that for Wheelscape's edit!
Today we have a re-edit of almost every trick I could find online done at The Ripped!
Today's post for The Ripped Week is the latest in our series of Records, this time focusing on various users of The Ripped, both locals and those travelling! Featuring experiences and anecdotes from Frosty, Matt Sefton, Simon Pegler, Iwan Gilman, Jason Kelly, Tom Wade and Beez.
Click Colin Adam's Boneless below to be taken to the full article!
Colin Adam Backside Boneless, shot by Chris Johnson, scanned from Sidewalk Issue 150, March 2009
The Ripped Week commences with a gallery of images I shot over the course of the park being open! Contains some from the first Halloween allnighter in 2007, some I shot on a medium format camera whilst firing a flash manually, but mainly from the last allnighter.
The gallery features Snoz, Joe Howard, Blinky, Avid, Weeman, Dave Tyson, Joxa, Mack, Beez and Jordan Kaye.
Click Dave's Smith below to be taken through -
Dave Tyson, Smith
Next up in the In Transition series is Brad McClain skating Solvang Skatepark.
In anticipation of Saturday's Halloween Jam, I've added some photos from my past sessions at the bowl - with photos from Brce, Blinky, Dean Greensmith and Joe Howard.
Click Bruce's Footplant to be taken through.
Brian Caissie spent 24 hours with Adam Hopkins around Vancouver and came back with this edit. Featuring Hastings skatepark, Leeside DIY and more , the tricks off the flatbar on the miniramp are rad -
Backside Smith, shot by Brian Caissie
Joe Howard, Backside Smith up the escalator
Dean Greensmith, Backside Crailslide up the escalator
Dean Greensmith, Alley Oop Frontside 5-0 to Fakie up the escalator
by Paul Graham
All around smooth operator Jak Tonge's offcuts for the Picture me Rolling video, check the back tail and 1.10!
Here's the man back in 2013 with a Hastings Hurricane.
Birthday jam at the venerable Lincoln City, featuring Kevin Kowalski, Shaun Ross, Chris Russell and more, from The Skateboard Mag