Longboard Girls Crew has arrived in Ireland! Wahoooo! We asked the new Ireland LGC Ambassador, Isabella Motta, to share how it all came about and what we can expect to see from the crew in the future.Continue reading “Ireland Joins the LGC Worldwide Family”
Category: UK Crews
The Drift to the Centre crew met up with the legendary skater and Tech Slide pioneer Mark Short at Castle Hill on Friday the 13th this month in Falmouth. Team rider Richard Travers tells us more.Continue reading “Drift to the Hill”
Starting with the landscape, follow the Slide Perfect crew as they share the chaos, the locals and the gear on this superby shot edit of their Gran Canaria holiday. This has to be one of the best downhill skate videos this year!
Pro freestyle skateboarder and Moonshiner, Denham Hill, gives us the lowdown on Moonshine Skateboards, the company behind the Moonshine FREEstyle team and how he came to be part of the team.
Drift to the Centre are a crew based in and around Newquay. The founding members of the team are Ryan Beer, Sheree Wall, Jirka Matušek, Rich Travers and Signal Jacker.Continue reading “Drift to the Centre”
Peakenders, the story of a bunch of random people not in a pub … or London…
The divide between North and South of England has been debated by people for many years, don’t really know why!Continue reading “The Peakender”
The last event on the BDSL calendar, Skate to Escape’s annual event, Double Trouble, has become a weekend in Cumbria not to be missed. This year, Aaron Skippings shares his story and we also hear from first-timer, Kinga Rumin. Continue reading “Skate to Escape wraps up 2018 with some Double Trouble”
As that 6am alarm goes berserk, South Down Shredder riders roll ourselves out of bed and down to our backyard, Beachy Head. Boards and skate gear packed, coffee in hand, we all gather together in the car park before the corner for a morning of hanging out with friends and skating. This is what makes us a team, formed only 3 years ago with a handful of longboarding enthusiasts. We slowly grew to what we are now – a team of 8 skaters doing either luge or stand up.
Beachy Head is the ideal place in the morning to learn to skate or just send it. We often do full long pack/follow runs with up lifts, or just practice sliding just before the corner. Traffic can be spotted from a long distance so for new riders coming to join us they feel at ease on the hill. This is our home and our training ground and many riders from all over come and join us.
Folks, this is Abbey Skate Fest – a three-day event held every February half-term in the 12th Century Malmesbury Abbey and fast becoming a traditional date in the Church of England calendar.Continue reading “Abbey Skate – February 2016 – Sabina Edwards”