In Part 2, Daewon Song, Torey Pudwill, Luis Tolentino, Jon Nguyen, Adrien Coillard, Flo Mirtain, Marty Murawski, Paul Shier and Zack Wallin continue their trip throughout Europe and skated a few demos in Germany, France and Spain, in between all the street skating to be seen in Part 3.
Inspired by Mexico’s ancient temples and the culture that created them, Chad Muska designed a custom sculpture to reflect the city’s rich, artistic history while also representing skateboarding and the streets.
After a brief test ride in a local park with Spencer Hamilton and Supra Mexico’s skate team, the sculpture, titled “El Sol, La Luna, Y Más Allá” was brought to the the store where it will reside permanently.
Share a drink and a few laughs with Rob Brink and Lee Dupont each Friday as they interrogate your favorite pros for their opinions on the latest skate industry news, gossip and high jinx.
In the skateboarding world, Atlanta has always been known for its working class skate scene. The amount of spots inside the city perimeter are very limited, so with a little elbow grease and a bit of cash, the skate community took it to themselves to create the DIY spot called the Foundation.
No epic gaps, massive ledges, or perfectly manicured skate park features, just some friends with concrete and the desire to skate. This is skateboarding at it’s core.