Adaptive Action Sports is the first adaptive snowboard and skateboard specific non profit organization. AAS creates skate, snowboard and other action sports camps, events and programs for youth, young adults and wounded veterans living with permanent physical disabilities, TBI and PTSD.
For more information about how you can get involved with Adaptive Action Sports, head over to their website.
Each day this week, Route One will be bringing you exclusive, in-depth interviews with the Etnies team and today they’re following up Willow’s interview with a chat with Flip Skateboard’s Matt Berger.
You also get the chance to win each rider’s favorite shoe. Head over to Route One’s Facebook page to find out how.
Skateboard shops from the southeast brought their crews to Kennesaw, Georgia for the second stop of adidas’ Skate Copa shop vs shop series. The Boardr’s HiDefJoe has the documentation of the shredding that went down. Here are the final results.
After over 20 years as a professional master of the vertical swingset, vert veteran Neal Hendrix puts out a video part at the age of 41 with plenty of air time, tail and nose bashes, and lip trickery to amaze all. Now if he could just spin and land that 900 all would be good right? Wrong, this montage stands strong and inspires on its own merit. Cheers Neal!
Sam Becket have been introduced as the newest members of the Blind team with this video of the pair ripping The Yard in Palm Desert.
Stevie Perez has dropped Spitfire’s newest Burns Fourever edit with some smooth lines and footage from his newest Spitfire Formula Four Ad.