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New footage shows athlete perfecting the seemingly impossible surfing kickflip, a difficult skateboarding trick that is now his signature maneuver
Surfing 'magician' Zoltan Torkos made history in 2011 by performing what was believed to be the first-ever kickflip on a surfboard. The maneuver was worth $10,000 from Volcom, which had offered that sum to the first surfer who could stick the extremely difficult skateboarding trick.Read More →
Chad Kerley Takes BMX Streetstyle Win at the Dew Tour Toyota City Championships
San Francisco – Oct 13, 2013 – The Dew Tour Toyota City Championships moved their skate and BMX competitions to Harrison St. today for the [...]Read More →
Well-known dog trainer Omar von Muller has Dash pulling off amazing tricks in a skatepark
Well-known dog trainer Omar von Muller has Dash pulling off amazing tricks in a skateparkRead More →
NYJAH HUSTON DOMINATES STREET LEAGUE SKATEBOARDING TO TAKE GOLD, CHRIS COLE SILVER AT X GAMES LOS ANGELES 2013 August 3, 2013 – Los Angeles, Calif. [...]Read More →
Levi's addresses the technical needs of a skateboarder
Stepping onto a skateboard for the first time is akin to walking across a frozen lake—you’re bound to fall down, a lot. The dedication it [...]Read More →
It's been years since this celebrated wave 900 miles from the sea has been this consistent
You may not think of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as the perfect locale for surfing, but the ridable waves churned up by the Snake River’s Lunch [...]Read More →
Did surfer Zoltan Torkos get "above and off the lip" in his latest video?
Two years and about 30 video submission later, Torkos is still pursuing the trick with single-minded focus. Volcom has yet to award the $20,000 prize. "I came from a magic family,” said Torkos, who is actually descended from a line of Hungarian magicians. “I think that's what made me believe in the unbelieveable." Read More →
Plan B Skateboards has a brand new full-length video in the oven right now, set for a summer release date. To hold us over until then they have been nice enough to drop a series of teaser clips, and here's the first one. It features Simi Valley, California's own Torey Pudwill doing a backside tailslide to kickflip out on a cement ledge. Oh, except he slides up the five-stair ledge instead of down. More to come.Read More →
The Nike SB is what started it all for Nike Skateboarding. For 10 years the SB sneak has been the standard for skaters everywhere, including the likes of Eric Koston, Stefan Janoski, and poster-boy Paul 'P-Rod' Rodriguez. Now, a decade after the first SB dropped, Nike has put together an online museum to honor the shoe that put Nike on the skateboard map. Archived from year to year, the museum has hundreds of skate kicks to jog your memory back to that first stairset kickflip. Head over to..Read More →
Nyjah Huston earned his first Skate Street Dew Cup by dominating the Dew Tour Toyota City Championships in San Francisco with progressive tricks and style. The contest was held in City Civic Plaza on a course that replicated iconic Bay area skate spots, and Huston made full use of the "Hubba Hideout" replica and landed a kickflip back tailslide and hardflip 5-0, which boosted his score significantly above the rest of the field. California natives Torey Pudwill and Paul Rodriguez..Read More →
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