Dogtown lost a lord.
Dogtown lost a lord.
It’s still L.A….just without the cars.
Gnarly in pink!
“We just want to skate.”
In the early 1960s, Bill Eppridge of Life magazine captured the dawn of New York City skating in this awesomely antique photo series.
Besides skateboarding in NYC. That’s a given.
Our world is a better place now that a skateboarding Australian cat named Didga is in it.
New best way to shop.
You’re not alone.
It’s June 21st! What are you doing on the internet? GO SKATE!
Mitchie Brusco landed the first 1080 at X Games Barcelona 2013. Tony Hawk was impressed.
He also plays rugby!
Nothing to see here except awesomeness.
Tommy Carroll has been skating since he was ten, but has been blind since the age of two. This is his story.
They’re not just for war! A hobby drone pulls off shots that used to be impossible outside of a Hollywood production.
Apparently micro-nostalgia has determined that it’s 1999 again. Case in point: the latest lightsaber Gogurt ad to promote the 3D release of “Episode I: The Phantom Menace.”
An extreme compilation.
The Red Bull ad shows off a quaint abode designed by skateboarder Philipp Schuster and his buddies in Salzburg. Skate-tacular!
Even if you think you don’t care about skateboarding, this video is an amazing look at the grace of human athletics. Just keep your eyes on the ankles and feet. (via reddit.com)
It’s a tiny skateboard made out of vinyl records. They’re sold in Williamsburg, and they come with a pair of sunglasses. Your vinyl collection is totally complete now. (via subtletyinexcess.tumblr.com)
11-year-old Japanese skateboarder Nanaka can execute kickflips better than most guys twice her age.
What, you can’t nail a 720? This 8-year-old can. [Jack’s note: Feel free to turn the volume down on this one if you are an old man like me who doesn’t understand what the kids are listening to these days. Yikes.]
This makes it look easy. It’s not.
Living life on the edge. A documentary by Zeppelin Filmes on Brazil’s world longboarding championship in Teutonia, an insane downhill race where skaters often exceed 70 mph.
It’s not a fail if you can make it look this good. Watch Video ›
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