The skater’s defiant approach to the industry hasn’t always made for the smoothest ride. But now her determination is paying off.
As a new film shares Skate Kitchen's story with the wider world, this supergroup is on a mission that feels much bigger than skateboarding.
The Stopnik family have come to define an alternative image of Californian cool: bikers who surf, skate and know how to get the most out of life.
The definitive history of UK skateboarding is being brought back to light like never before... if it gain the right backing.
This issue is all about determination – to reject the status quo, to rise above the noise or just to forge your own path in life.
What it was like to witness skate history first-hand.
Tony Trujillo blazed a trail for park terrain skateboarding, developing a style worthy of iconic status. Now, 20 years into his career, he’s forging ahead in new ways.
From the trailblazing work of Palestine’s Skate Pal to the LGBTQ pioneers, we round up the most radical & game-changing groups from across the skate world.
After growing tired of the mass-produced plastic dominating the industry, three Bristol friends founded Backbone: a company bringing craftsmanship back to skating.
In a new book, photographer Greg Hunt captures the details of his 16-year friendship with the skateboarder and Fucking Awesome founder.
25 years ago, a retired winemaker built a 3000-square-metre skate park, complete with fully functioning ski lift. Now, it’s the skate world’s first ever ‘ghost town.’
Acclaimed new documentary Minding the Gap captures a decade-long bond between three skaters escaping volatile backgrounds.