David Gravette tackles an assortment of giant rails and keeps it fun all the while in this ripping part released through Thrasher Magazine. His new C1RCA signature shoe, the Goliath is out now.
The Uk’s Alex Hallford has joined the mighty Muckefuck Urethane team and has upped the ante with his own signature wheel. This guy is an absolute destroyer. “Alex is pretty much the loosest, most wreckless guy I’ve ever witnessed on a skateboard. I watch him skate with a pretty even mix of fear and enjoyment. Just when you think it’s all going to go very wrong it works out just right!” – Nick Powley
Nyjah Huston’s second pro model shoe by DC is now in shops worldwide. The N2 by Nyjah meets the unrivaled performance demanded by DC’s three-time Street League Super Crown Champion with a range of progressive tech features. Hit up the DC site for more info and check the promo video to see some of the functionality that is stitched into this shoe’s silhouette.
It’s been said before, but indeed, forty is the new thirty. For example, our pal and Tiltmode Army webmaster Matt Eversole recently moved on up to the fourth floor of life and delivered this full length street part to celebrate and thank skateboarding for being in his life.
Yes, it’s called fun. Get out there and have some! Hallelujah!
Australia’s Beach Bar Skatepark in Newcastle hosted the fourth annual Australian Bowl-Riding Championships last weekend where Alex Sorgente snagged a three-peat victory. Top finalists in the Pro and masters divisions are below and complete results can be found right here.
1. Alex Sorgente
2. Tom Schaar
3. Cory Juneau
4. Ivan Federico
5. RJ Barbaro
6. Trey Wood
7. Josh Rodriguez
8. George Richards
1. Bruno Passos
2. Brian Patch
3. Pat Ngoho
4. Sean Goff
5. Luke Jones
6. Chris Patton
The upcoming skateboard and bmx community of Taylor, Texas has put their creative minds to work in a concentrated effort to break ground on the town’s very own skatepark through a grass roots initiative known as Project Loop. Have a look as Evergreen Skateparks joins in on some workshops with the youth and several of Texas’ other well-known enthusiasts including Tim Kerr, Michael Sieben and Chase Hawk.