Tommy Guerrero and Mark Gonzales are back for more BS with TG to investigate the reason why Lance Mountain nicknamed Gonz ‘Slam Man’, why Mark likes to get lost in strange places and recently learning to surf…all the while killing their remaining brain cells in a cloud of spray paint fumes.
It’s been 30 years since the members of the Bones Brigade gathered to skate together on the Chin Ramp. This insightful and video piece includes interviews with the guys that original Chin Ramp builder Tim Payne, photographer Grant Brittain, and several very well known pro skaters whom were hugely impacted by the video and its subliminal messages decades ago. Watch your favorite skaters rip the Chin Ramp again right here and now. The search for Animal Chin continues.
What do you get when you send a van full of New Jersey’s best amateur skaters across the boarder to Montreal? Six and a half minutes of film and edits from Evan Pacheco and Dylan Holderness that features Robby Rosano, Alec Chambers, Billy Cusa, Liam McCabe, Chris Zack, Tyler Pakstis, Blake Mahon, Danny Janosko, Luka Bahra, Sachi Bahra, and Reid Cashour.
With Powell Peralta’s renowned 1986 film, “The Search For Animal Chin”, it was the Chin Ramp that stole the show. The Chin Ramp was unfathomable in size and had just about every element from large extensions, larger channels, a mini ramp on the deck, a verticle spine and a tunnel. Built by Tim Payne, the Bones Bridage had just 3 days to skate the ramp before it was gone forever. Now 30 years later Tim Payne and the Brigade cite their personal experiences with the ramp and the amazing times they had together skating and shooting for this iconic film.
With the release of Krooked’s newest Guest Artist deck by Belgian photographer Quentin De Briey, Krooked’s Team Manager, Bram De Martelaere caught up with him to discuss his photography work, his new book and a life of skateboarding and traveling.