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The 90s skate video that changed the face of counterculture
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The 90s skate video that changed the face of counterculture

Eli Gesner and RB Umali look back on the cross-pollination of East Coast skateboarding, hip-hop, and graffiti for Zoo York’s seminal Mixtape.

Written by: Mackenzie Eisenhour

Iconic ‘70s photos that capture the birth of UK skateboarding
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Iconic ‘70s photos that capture the birth of UK skateboarding

London Calling! celebrates the overlooked early years of British skateboarding, which laid the groundwork for the scene we know today.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Marina Correia is using her longboard to spread freedom and love
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Marina Correia is using her longboard to spread freedom and love

Beautiful new film ‘L’Amour De Ma Vie’ reveals how the Longboarding World Champion is inspiring women and girls to achieve their dreams.

Written by: Isabelle Gray

Bros and broken bones: 25 years of London’s skate scene in photos
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Bros and broken bones: 25 years of London’s skate scene in photos

The debut photobook from James Edson compiles decades of memories, travel and friendship with his fellow skaters in Palace Wayward Boys Choir.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Chuck Treece is kicking down doors, so others can roll through
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Chuck Treece is kicking down doors, so others can roll through

Chuck Treece applies a punk rock mentality to everything he does, from his illustrious career as a pioneering, Black pro-skater, to playing with hardcore pioneers Bad Brain and forming his own skate rock group, McRad.

Written by: Tracy Kawalik

Meet the DIY girl gang taking downhill skating to new heights
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Meet the DIY girl gang taking downhill skating to new heights

With the release of a new film about their quest to shred the Pontiac Mountains, we spoke with world-ranking skateboarder Jenny Schauerte about the fearless group of thrill-seekers who call themselves the Woolf Women.

Written by: Zoya Raza-Sheikh

It's time for skateboarding's environmental reckoning
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It's time for skateboarding's environmental reckoning

Skateboarding is heavily dependent on carbon-hungry concrete, but could a cement-free alternative and a focus on skate-friendly cities help reduce its impact?

Written by: Sam Haddad

Photos celebrating indigenous Bolivian women in extreme sports
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Photos celebrating indigenous Bolivian women in extreme sports

Photographer Celia D. Luna documents skaters, wrestlers and mountain climbers who also identify as 'cholitas' – a once derogatory term for indigenous women who endured decades of discrimination, but have come to represent an integral part of Bolivian national identity.

Written by: Isaac Muk

90s skate prodigy Brandon Turner on addiction and recovery
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90s skate prodigy Brandon Turner on addiction and recovery

Living the dream soon turned into a nightmare for skater Brandon Turner. Yet Turner eventually found a route to recovery and redemption through skateboarding.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Josh Landau is giving psych rock a skate rat makeover
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Josh Landau is giving psych rock a skate rat makeover

The guitar virtuoso, skate rebel and prolific frontman talks us through his formative stomping grounds in LA, skating the empty swimming pools of Beverly Hills, shredding atop billboards on Sunset Strip, and his psych-punk solo project Stolen Nova.

Written by: Tracy Kawalik

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