A new saga in Canadian skate history unfolded at the Van Doren Invitational live from the Hastings Bowl in Vancouver, BC as over 30 of the world’s finest bowl riders battled it out over 2 amazing days of shredding at one of the most historical skate spots in Canada for $75,000 in cash prize.
Sixteen-year-old Alex Sorgente claimed first place, winning his first ever Van Doren Invitational while standing alongside Santa Cruz native Raven Tershay, and Brad McClain. View complete scores over at theboardr.com.
1. Alex Sorgente $15,000
2. Raven Tershay $12,500
3. Brad McClain $10,000
4. Tom Schaar $7,500
5. Nolan Munroe $5,000
6. Adam Hopkins $4,000
Colt Bowden is a professional sign painter and artist out of Brea, California. In this interview, Colt discusses the new Toy Machine board series he hand painted, aptly called the “Sign” series. Colt tells the back story behind each board graphic and how he drew inspiration from the Toy Machine pros.
Tim O’Connor and Danny Garcia talk about the future and past of Habitat, not being pro, parenting, emceeing contests, the influence of skateboarding and more in this first of two parts at Weekend Buzz.
Check out the first trailer for “True”, the much anticipated video from Plan B Skateboards.
In April of 2014, Levi’s® Skateboarding joined Bolivian skater Milton Arellano in reuniting with the endboss projects crew from Hannover, along with over a 100 skateboarders and builders from around the world, to build a public skatepark in La Paz, Bolivia. See Marius Syvanen, David Gravette, Josh Matthews, Joey Pepper, Chet Childress, and Al Partanen live, work, and skate the Pura Pura skatepark three miles up in the sky.
Spitfire rider Jack Fardell has been breaking off every spot in San Francisco lately, leaving a trail of destruction behind him. Check out the trailer for his “Hit and Run” part, dropping this Friday on the Thrasher site.