Micky Papa skate Lincoln Skate Plaza in this Damn Sunday for Blind Skateboards.
Shuriken Shannon, Spenser Simas, Jesse Gangewere, Kenny Mohr and Michelle Beastierex skate Santa Clarita to take advantage of the skatepark that an earthquake created.
Big rails, ledge game, flowing lines, comfortable on transition. Unbelievable all-around skills. Ishod can’t be stopped.
As Chronicles 3 approaches we took a look deep into the hard-drives of lead SB Chronicler Jason Hernandez to pull together Ishod’s Extras edit.
The cradle of surfing in the South American country, it saw the birth of the first national skate contests at the end of the 1970s and into the early ’80s. Pablo ‘Tatú’ Martinez, Marcelo ‘Mosca’ Bejanele, Ivan Damico and Luis Kretschmann are some of the skaters who led the local scene then, and they still skate the city’s streets to this day.
Tiago Lemos closes out “De La Calle/Da Rua” with an unforgettable part that cements his place as one of the best out there. Tiago’s future is bright.
Frank Shaw breaks in a pair of The Kruzer’s at the WJ Skatepark in Euegen, OR. Straight out of the VOX.
Danny Way and Alphonzo Rawls dropped by to talk about inventing tricks at McGill’s, building ramps, surviving Mega Ramp slams, gnat balls, Danny’s new video part, falling off and more. Click HERE for Part 1.