Skateboarding has always attracted outcasts and misfits – the kids who didn’t make the team and didn’t need a coach telling them to “play the 5th quarter”. Jeff Grosso dedicates this Love Letter to them, the people that keep skating real; without them it might be all X-Games and skate coaches.
Heading into the weekend and Jeff Grosso drops the “Who Did it Best?” episode on the Loveletters. It’s about time to contemplate some subjectivity amongst skateboarding greats. Cheers!
Jeff Grosso jumps back onto the soapbox in this 2nd episode of an all-new sixth season of Loveletters to Skateboarding. Listen in as he rants about the impending collapse of core skateboarding and more.
Jeff Grosso and friends are back online with a new sixth season of Love Letters. This first episode takes on the “The Origins of the Backside Air” with vert veterans Billy Ruff and Dave Andrecht and many others. Tune in and trip out.
Things don’t always go smoothly with the the crew and interviews at The Letters. Here’s a montage of some random outtakes.
Skating is an individual pursuit, but sometimes teams of guys and gals get put together for whatever reason and make an impact on the skateboard world. Grosso sits down with Tony Alva, Scott Foss and Tony Hawk among others to discuss several classic skate teams.