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Posts Tagged: Skateboarding

Unwritten Rules of the Skatepark

Unwritten rules of the skatepark

Ed here again with this month’s blog, before I start, I just want to say that yes I am aware of the irony of calling it unwritten rules of the skatepark then writing them down. Hopefully some of these you will have figured out yourself already, don’t worry if you haven’t we all start somewhere. […]

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New Year Skate Resolutions: Ed’s Blog

New Year skate resolutions: Ed’s Blog I’m not the type of person who usually makes new year resolutions, I believe that there’s no one time you should try to make yourself a better person so please don’t read these and dismiss them if it’s not the beginning of January, as you can try these at […]

A Day at The Coast | Skateboarding Vid

A Day at the Coast | Skateboarding Vlog

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Hi Everyone, Our blogger Ed and his mates had a skateboarding day out last weekend. He kindly edited together the footage and sent us this awesome skate vlog. Watch the vid below and check out one of our other blogs if you fancy, I suggest Ed’s guide to skate lingo.  

Skate Lingo / Terminology

Urban Surfer’s Guide to Skate Lingo

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Skate Lingo Blog by Ed Bread In this months blog I’m going to teach you some phrases and saying that get thrown around the skate world. Some might be seen as uncool, but they all still get used (some a lot less than others). Don’t take this as a way to try sound like you […]

Official Great British Skate Off Video

GREAT BRITISH SKATE OFF: Dynamix Newcastle

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  The moment you’ve all been waiting for: the official Great British Skate Off video is finally here! We have more footage coming which we’ll release as we get but this is the OFFICIAL edit. Check it out here: If you haven’t already, take a read of our Great British Skate Off blog filled with images from […]

anthony simms freestyle skateboarding

Is Freestyle Skateboarding Dead?

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‘I thought freestyle was dead?’ Blog by Anthony Simm ‘I thought freestyle was dead?’ It’s a comment that crops up every so often whenever people see me skating these days. From the heights of freestyle in the 70’s/80’s which is synonymous with spacewalks, offensively neon seemingly crotch high socks, tie dye tshirts and bleached quiffy […]