Originally posted on GIRL SKATE UK:
In Lucys own words…
“Last year I started a project with David Simmons who offers a custom made skateboard making service in his workshop in Worthing, West Sussex. I learned every step of the process from gluing to the shaping with the help of David! I then sent my board up to Lovenskate for screen printing and now I’m riding it!”
Check out this video of the making process, along with some bonus skate footage once it was complete!
Originally posted on For The Win:
It was awesome: It autobalanced so that users couldn’t fall off. Tony Hawk was there. There was an app to chart a course around town.
But because science hasn’t advanced that far and sometimes life just isn’t fair, Hawk confirmed that it was all fake in a video released on Wednesday.
Originally posted on Forge Sheffield:
The best friend duo from Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, decided to give making their own t shirts a go. Influenced by another small Oxford brand who were doing well; Experienced Minors, they thought it’d be a cool idea to put their interests together to start a brand.
Both avid skaters, they were always interested in making good quality wearable clothes. Their work ethic inspired by skater owned, Oxford based SS20 store who recently celebrated their 25th anniversary and work with the Oxford Wheels Project to grow the local skate scene there. Also largely inspired by independent brands like Sheffield based XCVB and Swedish Polar Skate Co, both thriving right now.
Originally posted on unleashed thoughts:
I met these skater boys when I was out shooting some street photos with one of my favorite girls. We walked past them and the boys were quick to throw some comments after us from behind the fence. They looked rather cute, but would we go up there? We walked on, but I knew I was passing a chance of getting some cool shots. Despite my shy nature I walked back to them, got up the stares and faced them. They were not less cute close up, and my heart was pounding so fast. I hear myself ask them, If I could take a look at their skills and get a few pics. They got rather shy but gave me a great show. I like skater boys even more after this experience. They are more gentlemen and less badass, then I pictured in my head. I will definitely come back again.
Originally posted on Skate Agenda:
Here is the video documentary of the incredible/insane adventure of a Slovenian skater Tomaž Praunseis that has skated across Slovenia (370km) in 7days – from Hungarian (Dolga vas) to Croatian border (Sečovlje)!
video by Tomaž Šantl
more info: www.sk8ajssrcem.si
Originally posted on Royal Streetwear Co.:
To everyone reading this, This is the official blog for Royal Streetwear Co., and we are glad to announce that we have started a skateboarding and clothing company. Online stores would be set up if our community wants them. As of this moment, our e-mail is email@example.com. A product list will be up in a bit Also, we will only ship within Canada. Sorry guys! Thanks for reading, and don’t forget to follow this blog and share it with your friends!