Fresh Crops: Broadcast Rider Shane Cox

October 8, 2011

Broadcast team rider Shane Cox pits out of the pit at Channel Street. Photo by Brian Walnum for The Skateboard Mag.

Berrics Trajectory Segment 2 of 2

September 23, 2011

“In the early 90′s a dozen companies, armed with very little money, a lot of hard work and a refusal to fail, rose from the ashes of the recession to become the established brands you know today. Now, in the greatest economic hardship our planet has seen since The Great Depression, it seems history is repeating itself. New companies and new projects are surfacing weekly. Trajectory is our way of introducing to you these initiatives as well as the people who have the courage to throw caution in the wind and not be afraid to have it blow back and hit them square in the teeth. Here is Broadcast part two.” — Steve Berra

The Berrics Features Broadcast (Part 1 of 2)

September 13, 2011

“In the early 90′s a dozen companies, armed with very little money, a lot of hard work and a refusal to fail, rose from the ashes of the recession to become the established brands you know today. Now, in the greatest economic hardship our planet has seen since The Great Depression, it seems history is repeating itself. New companies and new projects are surfacing weekly. Trajectory is our way of introducing to you these initiatives as well as the people who have the courage to throw caution in the wind and not be afraid to have it blow back and hit them square in the teeth. Here is Broadcast part one.”  — Steve Berra

Free Shipping? Git Sum!

September 8, 2011

The Online Store is restocked with 56mm Messengers (Cruiser/Filmer Wheels) and 52mm Super Selects (Dual Duro Faster Than Hell Wheels), so get some while they last.

The Skateboard Mag Photofile

June 7, 2011

That’s the silhouette of Shane Cox as he lowers the landing gear in a highly consequential lean to tail. Photo by Brian Walnum.

Shane Cox Rip Clip

April 14, 2011

The Skateboard Mag released some new footage of Broadcast rider Shane Cox in their latest Rip Clip installment. Behold thirty seconds of skateboard wizardry. Congrats, Shane.

MR. SHANE COX IN THE SKATEBOARD MAG

January 25, 2011

Guess who’s in the newest issue of The Skateboard Mag! If you guessed David Gonzalez, you’re correct! But besides the cover boy, our own version of a poster child Shane Cox is getting gritty on four wheels. Issue 84. Git it.

The Mercy Seat: Shane Cox, The Skateboard Mag

January 10, 2011

Shane Cox is the subject of a recent Skateboard Mag Photofile as he soars over the asiento de amor with his Stalefish of Love. Photo by Brian Walnum (who is an amazing photographer, by the way.) This is another one of those things we should have posted on the website a long time ago.

DIY Week in San Diego

November 24, 2010

The fine gents at TypicalCulture.com have just put up the latest documentation of DIY Week, which is much better than Shark Week. Lots of good shredding went down in the shadows of SD County. Click here for more shredding from Shane Cox (photo below by Brian Walnum) and Connor Getzlaff.

Halloween Day: Washington Street Fundraiser

October 19, 2010

The gentlemen at TypicalCulture.com are always pitching in for the local skate community. This Halloween you can have fun and help raise some funds for the Washington Street skatepark.  According to Wikipedia, “Halloween is first attested in the 16th century and represents a Scottish variant of the fuller All-Hallows-Even (“evening”), that is, the night before All Hallows Day. Up through the early 20th century, the spelling “Hallowe’en” was frequently used, eliding the “v” and shortening the word.” Who’s going to step up and win the Best Trick in A Costume Contest? Be there.