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.
Over the past years, they’ve peddled their bikes across America, climbed up and slept upon, and surmounted the treacherous vertical face of Yosemite’s El Capitan, and they’ve navigated through the rough and sinewy Grand Canyon stages of the raging Colorado River. But in a twist of fate, Hearth Kirchart and his cohort Jeff Vallee recently ended up trying to stay afloat in the troubled coastal waters of Baja, Mexico. The pair faced rough winds and seas which capsized their small boat and put them on the brink of death. Visit their We’re Really Doing It blog to have a solid chapter by chapter read into the journey including the how, what, where and why of this adventure.
We’re very thankful that all ended well and both Heath and Jeff we’re able to walk away with literally just the clothes on their backs. Whew!
The third annual World Freestyle Round-Up – hosted by Bones Brigader Kevin Harris – went down from May 16th-19th in Cloverdale, BC. With a $10K purse up for grabs, both veteran and a new generation of freestylers came from all over the world to skate at this event. Here’s a taste of what went down.