Posts Tagged ‘Skateboards’
Jon Contino is one of the baddest East Coast graphical geniuses and we are grateful he took the time out to create an exclusive collection of decks and tees for Flip. Big shout-out to the Big Apple and thanks to Frank 151 for putting together the video!
Get the boards and t-shirts HERE on NHS Fun Factory!
Skateboarder said thank you to Lance by posting an appreciation blog on their website. As said by Christian Senrud from Skateboarder, Lance was the guy who was always there to remind us that we’re riding toys and toys are meant to be fun. Enjoy…
Filmer Joe Krolick just posted some alternate angles of classic Rowley tricks
on his Classic Clips YouTube page. Enjoy the Monday video carnage!
Colombia’s most notorious drug lord, Pablo Escobar once said, “We need to make the world a safer place for crime.” David, Luan and the rest of the Volcom posse definitely left Colombia a better place for skateboarding. Check out Part 2 of their tour down south…
In a world of full of chaos and carnage, there are few places that kill it the hardest… Colombia is one of those places. Rad skate spots, amazing people, delicious food, plenty of trouble to get into and sooooo much more!! CLICK HERE to check out part 1 of David and Luan’s adventures in Medellin, Colombia with the Volcom crew. Bienvenidos!
Rowley shows love and dedication to his first and only board sponsor. Flip 4 life homeboys.
Gonzalez, Rowley, Nordberg and Skateboard magazine am of the year Collin Provost(hell yeah Collin!) went rock n’ roll for the evening up in L.A. at the last show on the Motorhead “The World is Yours” tour. As usual Lemmy kept the crowd load and proud with a performance that was totally badass! Phil Campbell’s solo’s, Mikkey Dee on the drums…..classic heavy Rock n’ Roll delivered how it should be be….Rude and Raw! Thanks to the band for hooking us up with XXX and VIP passes.
What a killer night!
XXX passes…..we like to Rock n’ Roll in style.
Denim and leather….go well together.
You know it is on when the horns come out.
Oh shit! The stage is set….
The boots are on stage and the amps are kicked up to level 11…time to rock.
Rowley, Gonzo, Provost and Nordberg feel the rhythm, the blues, the metal, the psyche! fuck yes.
It’s a hard life…hardly.
Bumped into Rick Kosick of Jackass and Big Brother magazine fame, along with Robin Fleming the Baker dark woman!
Valient thorr started the evening with one hell of a live performance, these guys are rad.
2010 went faster than a speeding bullet! Contests, tours, mayhem and random travelling hijinx all added up to one hell of a fast ride! 2011 is going to be killer. If you haven’t already seen the Extremely Sorry mini-ramp trailer and Lazy Daze videos in the Flip productions section then you are slippin’ as Luan ups the flatground ante with 10 triple flips in a row. What’s up with Rowley always bumping into Flava Flav? Public Enemy kick ass!!
The Flip team recently traveled to Bob’s compound to check out the infamous Mega Ramp and skate some of the other gnarly obstacles at Bob’s place. It was the hottest November day i’ve ever felt in my life and at high noon Andrew Langi, Bob and Lance decided to pad up and go skate the mega. First, everyone warmed up on the massive quarter pipe, which is basically a tsunami-sized ramp, followed by a shred session to the highest levels by Mr. Burnquist. As the sun continued to pound down on us Rune A.K.A. “The Danish Destoyer” got a couple hammers on the other burly spot at Bob’s place… no biggie! By the end of the day everyone was totally dehydrated and yet ready to keep on skating. So, at dusk we made our way south to an abandoned skate house courtesy of the Built To Shred homies. More gnarly maneuvers, night prowlers, heavy vibes and one of the best skate days ever!! Thanks to Acosta for making the trip with us. Until next time…
Check out Ali’s recent Caught In The Crossfire interview while he was on tour in Europe with KR3W. Ali is gearing up to get back on his board after a minor surgery, so stay tuned for more from the Boulala…