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Go Skateboarding Day is just around the corner…

Go Skateboarding Day is just around the corner…

on June 14th, 2012 in Featured Articles by Caitlin | No Comments

If you didn’t know, skateboarding has its very own holiday- founded in 2003 by the International Association of Skateboard Companies, this is a day for skateboarders of all levels to get out and enjoy themselves. For 9 years now June 21st has been the official holiday of skateboarding. Many skateboarders…

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On Kickflipping, in 8 steps

On Kickflipping, in 8 steps

on February 13th, 2012 in Featured Articles by Caitlin | No Comments

The ability to do a kickflip is what makes many skaters feel like they’ve become a good skater. Getting to that point can be hard and you need to be willing to fall down a lot in the process. Here are the eight steps to a kickflip according to Steve…

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The 10 Most Influential Skateboarding Tricks of All Time

The 10 Most Influential Skateboarding Tricks of All Time

on January 10th, 2012 in Skate Community by kellim | No Comments

The kick flip, the Nollie, the Slappy. Chances are, you’ve probably heard of these well-known skateboarding tricks. How about the “Handrail Boardslide” and the “McTwist?” Since the early days of skateboarding, “key tricks” have helped skateboarding evolve and kept it a favorite pastime. Take a look back at the 10 Most…

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For the big and tall skaters

For the big and tall skaters

on November 30th, 2011 in Featured Articles by Caitlin | No Comments

Just like everything else in the world, skaters come in all shapes and sizes. But in this sport being bigger is not always better, or going to help you out. Here are some tips for the big and tall skaters! -To avoid breaking your board, teach yourself to start landing…

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In comes the rain.

Although we would never necessarily suggest skating in the rain, sometimes you just need to, so we’ve got some suggestions and facts to keep in mind to help you (and your board) remain intact. – Wood absorbs water. If your deck gets too wet it will start to warp and…

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