Posts Tagged ‘Skateboard’
We’re giving away 10 copies of the new DEFECT MAG to the first 10 people that can answer this question:
“WHAT YEAR DID FLIP BEGIN?”
Email your answers to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not familiar with DEFECT MAG, it is loaded with raw photography, audio, video, and animated features. Experience the next evolution in skateboarding media that you can carry in your pocket and backpack with this mobile app viewer. Available on the App Store for: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
If you’ve seen Oscar Meza in “Let It Ride”, you already know Oscar goes hard. Check out the raw and uncut outtakes of the best tricks. If you haven’t seen “Let It Ride”, click HERE to watch his full part. Filmed and edited by Tim Cisilino.
Ben, Curren, and Greyson took a ditch day and went out to skate this skater-made half pipe and left with some rad photos. Photos courtesy of ARTOFOTO.
Burn Unit Rune Glifberg trades a Scandinavian autumn for sunnier climates as he discovers Sydney’s finest skate bowls. Rune has remained at the top of his game for over 25 years and you’ll see why here. Filmed and edited by Su Young Choi.
Ben Nordberg skates with ease and definitely has the smooth style to go with it. Check out this quick clip of Ben owning Stoner Plaza. Filmed and edited by Tim Cisilino.
It’s that special time of year again and Thrasher Mag needs your help choosing the 2012 Skater of the Year. So quit wastin’ time and get on Thrasher to go vote already!
If you don’t have a smart phone or just want to cruise our Instagram, you’re in luck! Check out Flip’s Instagram web profile with tons of photos posted by the Flip crew. Enjoy.
The summer of 1981 saw skateparks throughout California, and all over the states, closing one by one. At this time Lance Mountain and many others thought the golden age of skateboarding was over. It was during this time that due to the shrinking numbers of pros the upcoming Lakewood Pro contest at was turned into a Pro-Am event and Lance’s then sponsor, Variflex, told him they were giving him a pro graphic.
This graphic has been brought back after 30-31 years (but who’s counting?) as a very limited edition anniversary deck, made exclusively for SoCal Skateshop by Flip and is based one of the sketches and prototype graphics that Lance came up with and skated in his last Amateur contest at Lakewood.
In honor of this graphic these boards were hand-screened and are available in black and blue, measuring in at: 9″ x 32.5″
Available exclusively through SoCal Skateshop:
**INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AVAILABLE!
Mouly’s ghetto cam captures some radical moves during last Saturday’s ‘crete session.
Beginning at noon on Saturday the Flip team will be at the McBride Skatepark in Long Beach skating and hanging out. At 3pm everyone will be heading over to the Santa Ana Skatepark to round out the day with some more skating and high fives. There will be a best trick contest at both stops with $100.00 dollar CCS gift cards up for grabs. Both stops will also feature free pizza and prizes. If you live in SoCal be sure to make it out cause you don’t want to miss this. Check out the flyer below for more details…
McBride Skatepark – Starting at Noon.
1550 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave
Long Beach, CA 90813