Skateboarding with dogs might be one of the funnest things on earth. Sure skating behind one dog is a blast, but four dogs, well that’s just some next level stuff. The pavement is getting drier by the minute and we keep getting in new cruiser decks and longboards. Make your pups proud and get a new deck » HERE.
There a few definite things about the Seb Toots Street Edit; the song is great, the tricks are tech, and Seb captured more shots in 2 weeks than most video pros get in a full season. Be ready for the street kids to start hating on a predominantly dedicated contest slopestyle rider. Ride Snowboards should be pretty psyched on this.
A lot of riders think that you need a really soft board to hit street, as for Seb Toots that’s not the case at all. The Ride Buck Up is a well rounded freestyle deck that can handle big park laps and cement ledges. Check out the Ride Buck Up » HERE
Check out this controlled avalanche in Stjernoy, Norway that happened on the April 8th, 2014! If you ever get caught in something like that it would be best to have the Mammut Ride Airbag Backpack!
For a guy who’s 39 years old Daewon Song still keeps tricks tight in his bag. You would too if you skated the right trucks. Daewon has been on Tensor Trucks longer than you’ve been skating and there’s a few reasons why – they’re ultra light weight, ultra strong, and smooth grinding.
Of all the riders who have hit snowboard stardom in the last decade Pat Moore may have the best perspective that will keep snowboarding in the right spirit. What helped mold Pat’s thoughts of snowboarding’s future? Terje, Guchi, and Lynn – snowboarding’s living legends.
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