Ben Berkowitz breaks down the story of how New Haven's underground Temple Street garage was trasnfomed into a DIY and gives tips about the politics of working with your local town government to bring skateboarding to your community in new ways.
Last year we went out to Turin, New York for a life changing trip to a one of kind festival in the woods called the Lovely Time Festival. We caught up with the founders and crew of the Lovely Time fest and asked them some questions about how the whole thing came to be.
I'm sure many of you have heard of or seen pictures of the infamous Sk8 Liborius DIY (The abadoned church turned skatepark). We got in touch with Co-Founder of Sk8 Liborious, Bryan Bedwell, and chatted with him about how it all started and how they have lasted the past 10 years.
Welcome to only existing resource dedicated to helping DIY skateparks and upcoming skateparks raise money. The DIY Directory is a collection of DIY spots and skateparks around the country that is intended to inspire skateboarders to learn about DIY culture and give them the information they need start their own so we can keep the art of the DIY alive for generations to come.
Since March of 2021, we have been curating the most notable clips in skateboarding week by week. This year was fucking insane to say at the least but it was filled was tons of clips will make you either smile from ear to ear or leave you with your jaw dropped looking like a 12 year old boy who just saw his first pair of tits.
Before the pandemic hit and the world went to shit for a bit, the Limitless Culture crew hit Orlando in 2018 & 2019 to attend the Surf Expo. I recently found some lost tapes from both of the trips and am bringing them to you for the first time. Enjoy!
Earlier this month, on September 4th, we hosted the first annual Andy Kessler Memorial Skate Contest at the Montauk skatepark. The contest was designed to honor Andy's contributions to the Montauk Skateboarding community and skate culture as a whole so that his legacy lives on with the future generations of skateboarders to come.
We are hosting the first annual Andy Kessler Memorial Skate Contest to honor Andy and his contributions to the Montauk skate community and skate culture as a whole. Join us in sending off Andy's original park designed in 1999 that will get a much needed make over come this December
Already Been Done lists; many have tried, few have succeeded. And yet we decided to give it a shot cause fuck it, why not? We got the time and the technology to do it. Instead of having to remember those extensive lists of tricks done at skate spots, we built a resource that allows skaters to easily search a database of videos and trick names.
Don't let the title fool you! Shane McGrane is a beast in the streets and he's been killing it since before I was even born. We caught up with Shane to talk about his his skating career, his most recent video part, and why exactly he coined himself the "unprofessional skateboarder". Dive in for 5 minutes of ripping and an interview with the man himself.
I've been going to Montauk every summer ever since I can remember. The place is my second home. Throughout my years here I have come across a collection a worth while spots, some of which I've skated myself, some of which have never been hit. I figured it would be a good time to share it with you all.
The Carlsbad High School was officially demolished 8 years ago and we thought it was time the conversation started back up again about the infamous gap. To do so, we got in touch with the legendary Jeremy Wray to help us imagine what the spot was truly like in its prime!
It has been 8 years since the Carlsbad High School was demolished for reconstruction. We think it is time the conversation about this spot was brought back up to pass on the history of the infamous gap to the future generations of skateboarders. To do so we created this list of the top 10 tricks done down the gap.
Let us know what you think in our comments below. We know we missed a bunch of clips but we are currently working on an already been done page for this spot so if you have links or clips we have missed comment them below or send them over to firstname.lastname@example.org
Savannah is rich in skate history. It's actually where Thrasher had their first skate contest - AKA the 'Savannah Slamma' - but nowadays the city is full of tourism and art. Still skate spots rule the streets, at least to us. Here are 5 solid skate spots to hit if you're in Savannah.
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