In4mation, Bones, and The Skateboard Mag have bloodied their collective knuckles setting up ten limited-edition cruiser completes and tossing them up on eBay so everyone have a chance to own one.
100% of the proceeds will go straight to Grind For Life.
Click here to see the boards and start bidding.
For a little while now I’ve been riding for *Brett Margaritis’s board project known as The Four Skateboard Company… Jonno King and Ben Mclachlan have just finished up work on their super slick/sick website. I have included an epic still of Alex Campbell from the pages, and you can peak the rest online over at the4skateboardcompany.com. Make sure you check out the latest series of boards here. I might be a bit biased but to me it seems that 4 is one of the few board companies doing things proper down this way.
*Brett was pro for Think and is also from Modus Bearing fame.
It may be spring everywhere else, but it’s been a long winter in the Northwest… Portland residents Chet, Matt, Daniel, and Al P. spent a week of the dark season at the SB warehouse filming for this new clip, shot and edited by Jon Humphries.
Sushi dish manny pad!@#!@#!
The Epic Indoor Skatepark will be one massive piece of fun. Located just outside of Sacto it boasts a variety of different obstacles that you most likely haven’t seen in a park yet. 36.000 square feet street course, 40 feet mini ramp, a bowl, a mini sized carlsbad grass gap, a “sushi dish” manual pad that looks like hours of fun, various gaps, stairs, ledges, rails, wobbles and so on. Here’s a preview session with Brandon Biebel, Matt Miller, Chris Ray, Blue, Corey Duffel, Taylor Bingaman and others to give you a slight impression on a tremendous indoor adventure that opens on 14th of march.