World Skate/SLS event to celebrate street skateboarding culture and inspire a new generation of UK skaters.
Peakenders, the story of a bunch of random people not in a pub … or London…
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.
South Down Shredders, downhill skatecrew based in the South Downs area of England. Read more in our Crew Review page.
Joe Williams, wordsmith and freestyle dancer extraordinaire, team rider for Smile Longboards and Skate Hog Hill crew member, shares his thoughts on this year’s Brighton’s Battle of the Boards.
Skateboarding from Bristol to Bath to raise money for Clic Sargent. More info: lushlongboards.com/bristol-board-meeting-2018/ Donate here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lush-longboards-2018 Download a sponsorship form here: lushlongboards.com/BBM/Sponsorship-form.pdf
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.
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.