2013 Frendly Gathering – Music Line Up

Frendly Line UPIf you’re into music, good people, skateboarding, yoga, camping, or just being outside. The Frendly Gathering is one event your not going to want to miss the 2013 Frendly Gathering. Check Out The Music Line Up Below:

Tea Leaf Green

Beats Antique

Keller Williams

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Hump Day Giveaway – Win a Custom SE Bike

Enter to Win  a one-of-a-kind SE Bike painted by Taylor Reeve! To Enter Click Here.

First Music Video In Space


First Music Video In Space

What does the first music video in space have to do with us?  Not much, beyond the random space product that we carry and that Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield the Internation Space Station Commander of Expedition 35 thinks David Bowie is as radical as we think he is.

With Space Oddity lyrics like “Here am I stting in my tin can far above the Moon…” there isn’t a more appropriate song that could have been the first to be  filmed in space.  Now if only Neil Armstrong would have done the moon walk… Click here to see some products that are out of this world.

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Guitar and Vocal:  Chris Hadfield (A.K.A. Mr. Sweet Stache)
Recored on board the International Space Station

Produced by Evan Hadfield
Edited by Andrew Tidby

MUSIC (Recorded on Earth)
Produced and Mixed by Joe Corcoran
Piano Arrangement by Emm Gryner

Nike SB Eric Koston 2 Shoes – Now in Stock!


Nike’s latest’s creation, the Koston 2,  have now arrived. They boast a Lunarlon sock liner with a new contoured shape with a redesigned arch support and added interior airflow making them one of the most comfortable skate shoes on the market. Their re-designed  out-sole  has a new diamond grooves tread which is designed to give you complete control while on your board. Both Durable and lightweight the new Koston 2 are probably one of the most innovation skateboard shoes on the market. Check them out Here!


Handplant Holiday – Fully Video + How To Do A Handplant

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In a world of Double and Triple Corks the handplant is one of the most underrated tricks in the world of snowboarding. Regardless, they are tons of fun to do and if you don’t have one in your bag of trick you are missing out. Handplant extraordinaire JP Walker brought together a group of elite snowboarders for the first annual Handplant Holiday at Bear Mountain.  A person would think that just one or two quarter pipes would be enough, but the Don and the Bear Park crew had something a little different in mind. Click here to learn how to do a handplant.


Check out more pics on SnowboarderMag.com

Featuring Riders: JP Walker, Jeremy Jones, Pat Bridges, Simon Chamberlain, Marko Grilc, Scott Stevens, Cody Rosenthal, Chris Grenier, Ben Bilocq, Tim Eddy,Dave Downing and Dale Rehberg.

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