Thrasher and Diamond Supply Co’s 4th annual bowl bash at the Diamond Mine brought out the creeps, the ghouls, the heavy slams and the gnar. Rising to the top of the Halloween Hellride heap, Ronnie Sandoval took home the $10k cash for his efforts minus wearing a mandated costume.
In the world of skateboarding prime skate spots don’t last forever. After hearing that SF’s legendary Clipper Ledge at James Lick Middle School was soon to meet its maker, the crew at Thrasher mag got in touch with their friend Noah and the San Francisco Unified School District and worked to put together a truly special, non-sponsored commemorative event for good times sake. Cheers to everyone involved!
The pros and the bros chatter about their Clipper faves and make predictions for Bust or Bail 2.
Be sure to check out these photos from Michael Burnett taken throughout day as well.
The April 2015 cover of Thrasher gets thrown up on a wall in Brooklyn by the talented people at Seen.
The battles and injuries start to pile up for the Flip riders as the “Sorry” deadline nears. There’s still plenty of makes though.