If freestyle is your thing then you're gonna love this! Team rider Sam Holding and his homies shredding New York City!
Our team rider and upcoming Essex superstar, Connor Finch recently got to sit down and have a chat with Gbemi from All Around Skate. Click the photo below to read the Interview!
It's 4am and there is no sunlight. The car is packed and the roads are empty... Sunrise is looming and speed awaits, take a ride down the Kop with Pete.
Event coverage from the 2014 Sector 9 Almabtrieb IDF World Cup race in Germany. Photos will be going live on the Thrill Magazine Facebook page soon. Read the full, printed article in Issue 8 of Thrill Magazine, OUT NOW!
We have decided to document raw runs of some of the best downhill roads in the UK. Starting in London, we will be moving around the UK to bring you the best of UKDH.
Words by Ben Schofield:
The ever big push to do something different, challenging, and more importantly, fun. Pushing the boundaries of our sport is always on our minds.
This may seem pretty obvious to most of you, but we have seen people doing all sorts of crazy things with these stickers. From leaving on the application paper, to peeling off each piece of vinyl separately and trying to line it up by eye. Nutters! It's super simple... Just follow the instructions in the video!
Last weekend was the second Hog Hill event of the year, The Summer Swine Stomp. It looked like an awesome weekend featuring the 'Mini Moto Downhill Slalom' and the slide hill and it's resident kicker ramp. Check the event video from SkateLongboardsUK. (Harry Wilson)
After much delay, Thrill Magazine's UKDH edition of the '2014 Eat Concrete, Belgian Championships' Downhill Skateboarding event is here!
There have been some seriously heavy-hitting videos that i've seen this week, so I compiled them into one tasty post for you all to devour.
All your voting and support paid off! Joe has managed to get through to the last ten people in his category for 'Endurance' int he Jack Wills Extrodinary Young Brits competition. If he is successful he will be able to fund UK longboarding events and subsidise logistical costs for UK riders who are seeking to develop their longboarding skills through travel and adveture. Fingers crossed!