Vice and Shaun White Skateboarding get a guided tour of Chicago, Portland, NYC, and LA by up and coming hometown skaters.
In this episode we travel to the West Coast of the country to take a look at the people and parks that built the Vancouver skate scene.
Dylan is the most exciting skater out right now, hands down.
In Part 1 of Skate Canada we meet up with some of Ontario's home grown pros and take a look back at Toronto's influential skate scene.
Starting next week we'll explore the story behind the only man that could stand up next to Stay Gold
Rumor has it, you're looking for someone to fuck a pizza. Well, I'm your guy
I first met Alexis Sablone about five years ago while working at Woodward. She wore a beanie constantly and had a trunk full of eS shoes and the cutest Firm boards that I had ever seen. They were like skateboards for gnomes.
VBS correspondent Johnny Knoxville takes us to meet modern-day Evel Knievel, Mat Hoffman.
Epicly Later'd: Antwuan Dixon coming soon.
A few weeks ago Billy Rohan went to Iraq to give some much needed moral support and entertainment to the troops. He was at Camp Woodward in Beijing when some BMX guys invited him to tag along as the sole skater on a trip they were doing called "Bikes Over…
I've always been moderately aware and mildly curious of the South Korean e-sports scene. I even ended up at BlizzCon one year, watched a few StarCraft matches firsthand and soaked up the hyperbolic, hyperventilating commentary that normally happens over c…
Full Bleed is a photography book coming out through Vice that has photos of skating in New York City from the last 30+ years. It was put together by Ivory Serra, Alex Corporan, and Andre Razo, with images from over 50 photographers. Patrick O'
Our first episode of Skate Europe: Sweden finds us in Malmo, where the ever motivated Pontus Alv and friends show the true meaning of DIY spirit.
Thank Satan! Finally, the new Lizard King episodes have begun.
Buddy Nichols and Rick Charnoski have been making skate videos together for over a decade. Their first collaborative film, Fruit of the Vine, was a documentary of a pool skating trip from California to Washington shot in super 8 and released in 1999.
When we mentioned that the Maloof Money Cup was happening in Queens this weekend, we forgot to include the part where we're throwing a party at Gallery Bar on Sunday night.
Dane Reynolds may very well be the best free surfer in the world.
In Malmo there is a high school for skateboarders, and it is run by a sick ass skater named John Dahlquist. Airs June 21st!
On a recent trip to Bolivia, we heard about an indigenous women's freestyle wrestling called Lucha Libre, Cholita style.
Danny Lozano and Borja Santiago show us the place where Madrid's tech legends applied their ledge skills: Plaza de Colon.
A break down on how Queens is going to be furnished with the illest park in the Tri-State Area.
A look at the Danish skate scene from the 1970's to the present
Backstage, a grizzled older man is standing on a foldout table saying, "Listen up, here are the rules!" The young, sweatsuited fighters look up politely from their massages and hand-taping.
A regular dude who happened to get the opportunity to become pro, and didn't kook it.