"they failed to mention fullfaces, kneepads and leathers. I also like how we're said to be "taking over" the roads. They only interviewed one "brain trauma specialist" and didnt interview any sponsored professional skaters…"
Holding a slide jam on a steep rad hill.Warning: This hill is dangerous, I have no responsibility for any injury that may occur. HELMETS AND GLOVES MUST BE WORN!Meet at Lindfield station at 11.30.See More
Glebe is particularly good for street surfing and freeriding as well as beer, cocktails and food.Occasionally we go for some Glebe mini-ramp action and sometimes an ice cream truck brings us summer treats- Awesome! IWFG meets on random nights on the corner of Francis St and Glebe Point Rd near the basketball courts - 6.30pmSee More
"guys at bomb squad should be good to do that. Im off skating for a month at least because ive broken my thumb, but as long as you can control your speed at high speeds and around corners, you should be fine."
"Hey Nick i know that guy. he's fucking crazy. Me and 2 others entered the carpark and we barely got to the second floor down before we had some crazy security chasing us, screaming, making a scene and threatening to take our boards. It was our…"
Its my birthday, so there's gonna be slide jam, not much else to say. $5 entry fee and some prizes going out to longest slide and best trick, aswell as little prizes for general gnar. As a safety precaution helmets and gloves are COMPULSORY and knee pads are recommended.Appart from that you skate at your own risk so know your limits and don't try anything that you aren't comfortable with. Update: ive organised some kickers for tthe day so get stoked for that, and Vault are sponsering the event…See More
"Kaha's are a sweet thing. But if you cant spend $400+ on a set of trucks, go calibers! 44 are a dream for dh and 50s are great for freeride (50s also handle dh pretty well). Best cast trucks out, and theyre cheaper than paris at hopkin!"