The youngest of the Bros. Malloy forsakes competitive glory to support the Ventura, CA, surf scene.
"The Low-Card Zine Blow-Out Party"
Western Australian surfer Ry Craike undergoes massive culture shock at the Huntington Beach US Open.
Epicly Later'd's first filmer combs through his vaults.
Progressive surfing and band practice with the Japanese Motors.
There's not much else to say about Pat: He shredded hard, became a pile, then shredded again. We don't even talk about the party monster side—I guess we were too busy going on weird political tangents.
Chris runs us through his elaborate indoor obstacle course.
Caledonia's finest skateboarder discusses thrashing in the homeland.
Jason Dill shows us his bathroom and talks about his very first ads.
Tim O'Connor rips on everybody in the new issue of Thrasher.
Jim gives us a tour of his home me-seum and buys a pair of boots from the guy who ended up with Johnny Thunders's rosary.
Erik shows us around the grounds of his new Hollywood mansion.
Steve nos lleva en un tour de skate a través de la ciudad de Nueva York.
In between new episodes of Epicly we're pulling out a few of our favorites from the archives. Here's Fred Gall with a rundown of the shitty skate spots of the Garden State.
Jerry Hsu nos muestra sus videos caseros de skate.
Alex's stress over his upcoming part in the Lakai video segues nicely into a timeless test of wills with his father, 70s pro-skater Steve Olson.
Henry Sanchez was a key figure in the EMB scene in San Francisco. Looking back now, a lot of skaters from that time seem pretty dated. But Henry's old parts still hold it down.
Through the magic of talking, Ray Barbee takes us on a whirlwind tour of skateboarding in the 80s.
Thrasher's editor takes us on a driving tour of the Bay.
Today we take a tour of the East Village with Billy Rohan. Like many a day of New York City skateboarding, this episode begins at Tompkins Square Park: the epicenter of fun distractions.
How about this for a meeting of minds? Mark Gonzales and Christian Hosoi, the two (probably) most important skaters of all time, just hanging out and shooting the shit.
For your viewing pleasure, a bonus reel of Jerry Hsu slams from the filming of Bag of Suck. Enjoy!
Neck Face, Brooklyn's most love/hate-ed graffiti artist, takes Patrick on a tour of some of his all-time favorite tags.
Braydon shows Patrick his 70s van and provides a little auto-tattography.