Bolly returns for a time trial with BDSL points available for the taking🤙
This will be an open road so full Face is highly recommended
First day will be at Bolly and then the second day will be at a nearby hill currently being decided.
If we get enough interest we’ll get a local youth hostel or bunk house in on it.
Since meeting Jenny a few year’s ago at Hog Hill, it’s been great following her antics as she travels with her wolfpack. This is a fabulous film capturing many contrasts and all the fun.
Being part of the skate community means a helluva lot. Those who were part of that community as youngsters are now part of the history, looking back to wonderous memories whilst those who, like myself, joined in later years, can only look back and wonder at those very skaters. The future belongs to us all, so whilst our memories are in waiting, let’s take some inspiration from the past as captured by this incredible project. Continue reading “Rom Boys – 40 Years of Rad – The Movie”
Thrill Magazine was granted a media pass and photographer Kev Hurdle got up close & personal when this most prestigious skateboarding competition made its London debut; a major coup for London, as SLS and World Skate prepare street skateboarding for its inaugural appearance in the Olympic Games at Tokyo 2020. Continue reading “Street League comes to London”
After four years of slumber, the Dragon was awoken. Will Stephenson’s Ride the Dragon Freeride, Race and Taster Day stirred up a weekend of spills and thrills and a fair amount of gnar. Continue reading “The Return of the Dragon”
Many university students use their interest in and passion for longboarding or skateboarding as the basis for their assignments. Kayly did just this with “Missing: London’s Female Skateboarders” and has produced a very engaging piece – worth taking a look. Continue reading
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”