Make-out montages, shaving cream bikinis, butt chugs. The reasons we watch Thrasher Magazine’s King of the Road.
In my old driveway, I was me. I was free. I would make believe and I didn’t care if the neighbors could see.
Straight from the back-breaking industry of construction and the stereotype of American masculinity, we give you Manramp. He’s got a knack for getting the job done and a soft spot for skaters.
The driveway was where we built ramps on old bed frames. It was where we killed zombies with wiffle ball bats, and where we named weird grabs on our rollerblades.
You can take a Mull out of the mountains, but you can't take the mountains out of a Mull. From VT to LA, Dave Mull dances in high places.
It's a concrete jungle out there and Steve Mull is getting squirrely in it's streets.
In a highly individualized country, America’s youth turn to a highly individualized sport. Skateboarding, by accentuating the skill set unique to the individual, provides an outlet for youth unsatisfied with organized sport.
Here, hardly any would agree, is the preservation of skateboarding. To skateboard in such a place is to be at the ragged fringe of a culture, where skate spots and even paved places are rare.