Still one of my favourites
Above The Noise || Short Film
R.I.P Gabriel rodriguez
First time standing on a board in 25 years and I've discovered I'm now a mongo pusher. Still regular with my left forward but it also feels much more natural to push with my left. It's on a carver surfer type board that I've never tried before so I'm not sure if that's throwing me off. If I want to keep riding should I go with what feels easiest or try and get my regular push foot back (street skated for a few years when I was around 12ish)?
I never got how mongo could ever be the natural choice (because push push push get aboard omg now I’m in foot adjustment hell...) but then I don’t know what this carver/surfer board is doing so differently and am intrigued.
Ha! didn't realise you'd seen this.
Unnatural, inefficient, looks dorky = my style.
73 Questions With Tony Hawk || Vogue
Me: I’m still young, I can do this.
It was going well for the two weeks before I totally stacked it at the park at least.
SLS world tour on the iplayer
Does anyone want to buy this deck before I stick it on eBay?
It's a 5Boro VHS Pro Series Jimmy McDonald Deck. 8". Already got grip.
Never built up. But there's a tiny scuff in the grip and a couple of tiny marks, one on the nose one on the tail. They're so small I struggled to photograph them.
**Sold ** as I'm not in London.
Well this is pretty amazing
Shitposting here in case you guys missed them on my other thread...
Magenta Skateboards || L'INDIAN EXPRESS
Yes its a kickflip
This might be the best skate video ever:
Thoroughly enjoyed that
That is fucking incredible.
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