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.
After a successful Tregaron Freeride race Brianne Collective brought us the fastest event of the BDSL calendar. A fast straight-away with a technical chicane means tight racing is guaranteed.
Early August saw this year’s Bo Peep event; a National race on the BDSL calendar. All and sundry turned out for what became an awesome weekend of downhill malarkies, a dip in the sea and more downhil marlarkies. Here it all is in pix n vids.
Back for the 4th year of the UK’s coldest & funnest event!’ ***EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW IS HERE*** • 2nd – 4th November 2018 • 30 available places • Registration opens 1st September – 5th October payment secures place’s • Payment details released on the 1st September • 2 Price Plans £97 & £58
We asked downhill newcomer James Pethybridge his view on this annual event hosted, as always, by Brianne Collective.
We asked Canadian skater, Kurtis Dawe, for his review of this year’s Tregaron Freeride
On a recent trip to UK, Kurtis Dawe heard about the Tregaron Freeride, organised by Brianne Collective, and took advantage. Read the account of his first race here in the UK along with Team GB Streetluge and some Turtles…
The BDSL (British Downhill Skateboarding League) calendar of events was kicked off with Brianne Collective‘s event in Wales. Ben Stainer’s account is well worth the read:
DevaStation Longboard Crew (DLC) is already working on the second edition of, what they proudly call, their world class longboarding event.
The first BDSL race has been held, check out some pictures and words.