In part two of Keith Hufnagel’s Epicly Later’d, Keith brings his East Coast style to the West. His combination of technical style and a unique ability to ollie big shit leads to a pro spot on Real Skateboards and eventually earns Keith a place on the DC Super Tour, where he sets out to conquer Europe.
Perhaps you’ve already heard of it or maybe not, but the large scale indoor/outdoor skatepark better known as the StreetDome complex in Haderslev, Denmark is well on its way to being completed later this summer. Designed by with the help of Rune Glifberg, the crew at Grindline has spent the past months shaping and pouring the hybrid street and bowl elements which will feature some of the best skateable concrete in Northern Europe.
Nuno Relógio is a true street ripper! He lives in the Algarve in the south of Portugal. He’s a fighter and nothing can stop him from doing big rails even on calçada (typical Portuguese pavement). Watch out!” – Bruno Machado (Skate for the Devil Distribution)
The Damn Am Contest Series rolled through Steve Nesser’s Familia HQ in Minneapolis this past weekend. Skaters from across the country battled for spots in Tampa Am at the Skatepark of Tampa later this year. Head over to the SPoT website for a list of results and a complete wrap-up.
1. Cody Davis
2. Anthony Anaya
3. Tanner VanVark
Hot shot Jack Olson dishes out his Thunder Know Future video clip with an effortless 180 Switch Crooks. Check out the his interview and stay tuned for the final Know Future Video with Tyson Bowerbank coming soon.