Episode 2 of “Wooden Nickels” is a winter escape plan really, an attempt at fleeing from harsh Berlin weather, Mark packed some friends to join him on a mission to Barcelona, with a chance to meet up with some of the local skaters. Click here to revisit Episode 1.
Chris Gregson channels his ditch sorcery, keeps the stoke, and nails the most recent advertisement for Bronson Speed Co. Here’s over a minute of pure shredding.
On February 22nd, 2011 a 6.3 magnitude earthquake ripped through the centre of Christchurch followed by severe aftershocks killing 185 people, destroying a city, a community and the lives of thousands of people. 5-years on and the rubble still lies in the streets of Christchurch as a cold reminder of what mother nature is capable of.
Thanks to Levi’s® Skateboarding we were able to give back to a community in need, following the lead from previous projects from Levi’s Skateboarding in Bolivia, India, Oakland and most recently Pine Ridge. Red the full story at Monster Children by clicking here.
The Element “Make It Count” international contest series is back, and with a new format! Enter for a chance to win an all expenses paid skate trip to Barcelona to film a video part in the streets! For event locations and info click here.
Willy Lara casually destroys every inch of Moorpark’s heavy transition in his new Keeping The Underground Lit edit from Spitfire Wheels.
Grey Skate Mag has just released a short clip filmed in Berlin over a two snowy days this January which features Matlok Bennett-Jones and Harry Lintell. Filmed and edited by James Cruickshank.