Author: Sabina Edwards

Boarders Without Borders

Boarders Without Borders is a documentary that follows the progression of the UK’s first all-female, all BAME* longboarding crew founded by Girl Dreamer, an empowerment platform for young women of colour. Continue reading “Boarders Without Borders”

So … You Can Lose Yourself by Joe Williams

Photo: Nick Jones/Original Skateboards

 

Greetings groovy rollers and riders, I have just returned from a gathering of the world’s finest flatland, freestyle dancers on this great marble. So… You Can Longboard Dance in Eindhoven, Holland, after its 6th cycle, has earned the title as the World Cup of flatland longboarding. Continue reading “So … You Can Lose Yourself by Joe Williams”

When Landyachtz met Elizabeth a beautiful thing happened …

What’s the story, Liz?

“Back in January, as one of the admins for Very Old Skateboarders Facebook group, I was asked whether we would take part in Facebook’s Gallery of Groups exhibition which was to take place in February at the Oxo Tower on London’s South Bank. Our exhibit would feature a short video of what the group is about and how it connects other like-minded skaters. Continue reading “When Landyachtz met Elizabeth a beautiful thing happened …”

Loaded unveil their eco-conscious Basalt Tesseract

BASALT TESSERACT
AVAILABLE NOW

 

THE SPORK OF MODERN, ALL-TERRAIN SKATEBOARDING

GET LIT WITH LAVA. Building on their experience manufacturing the Tarab, Loaded has updated the Basalt Tesseract with a high-performance, eco-conscious basalt fabric construction for a lighter, damper, and more freestyle-friendly board. New graphic with 4 colour options to match your road rash. Continue reading “Loaded unveil their eco-conscious Basalt Tesseract”

The Rookie by Ian Storer

The Rookie

I always loved the sentiments of that old Robert Redford movie The Natural – and though it was about baseball – I like that vibe of a latent gift, of a sporting talent taken to its full potential; but as I put waffle sole to grip tape for the first time I quickly realise I have no such near-magical skating talent. Continue reading “The Rookie by Ian Storer”