Premiering sometime this August, Fun While It Lasted is a Portland based skate video by Tom Bender that features the ill skills and talents of several skater with roots from the Pacific Northwest. Watch the teaser and get set for more footage of Sebo Walker, Mark Gutterman, Dane Brady, Willis Kimbel, Brian Baca, Mile Grube and others to melt your face later this summer.
In the final part of Keith Hufnagel’s Epicly Later’d episode, Keith juggles the responsibilities of pro skating and starting HUF, the brand that began as a backup plan, but took on a life of its own. He also looks back on some of the people who helped him most over the course of his career, and begins to do the same for the next generation of skaters. After you watch this episode it’s easy to understand that we need more skaters involved in running the core business of skateboarding. Cheers HUF!
Bailgun issue #17 is now online for your viewing pleasure. Click on the image below to enlarge the pages and dig into this quality skate zine which is based in Germany.
Shota Kikuchi filmed this part to introduce his Consolidated board coming out in Japan. Among the varied spots in this video, some of them were created by the earthquake and tsunami of 2011.
As Organika continues on its journey of growth, it’s only natural that they pick up fellow like-minded travelers along the way. Josh Mathews is a skater that needs no introduction and is obviously a perfect fit for the Organika team’s evolution. Without further ado, they’ve proudly announced Josh as their newest pro team rider.