In this episode of Powder & Rails, VBS roams Roach's backyard motocross track to talk about the role skating played in his early snowboarding career and to get the definitive story behind his lifetime ban from both Japan
It took over two years, but we finally got Noah Salasnek on tape. You can thank Chris Roach for convincing Noah to oblige us.
Powder and Rails takes you to the Legends of Tahoe event at Donner Ski Ranch for a couple classic Shawn Farmer moments and a short talk on the merits of gigantic boards.
Season two of "Powder & Rails" is barreling down the mountain like Sonny Bono on a Vicodin binge. The episodes will begin airing December 15, 2009 on VICE.com
VICE meets Sturla Fagerhaug, Jacob Gagne, Hayden Gillim, and Benny Solis, a pack of teenage motorcycle racers competing for the coveted Rookies Cup.
Billy Rohan walks us step-by-step through the building of a mini ramp that will service a couple thousand partygoers.
It's difficult to convey the symbolic importance of the banks to someone outside of the skateboarding community, but Steve Rodriguez will try to explain it to the uninitiated: "It's like saying, 'We're going to remove the Statue of Liberty, why is that ba…
Max Schaaf was born with style. It comes through in everything he does - from his backside ollies to the way he builds his choppers.
VBS rides, skates and surfs with Cycle Zombies Scotty, Rat, George and Turkey - a punk rock band with well-rounded extracurricular activities.
A few years ago my friends over at Lakai came up with a t-shirt that said: Skateboarding is So Hot Right Now!
The Girl and Anti-Hero teams head up the West Coast with heads full of Brazilian superjuice.
Like "Sideways", but on motorcycles and with surfers. And in New England.
VBS heads across the Bavarian Alps to see how cold and efficient German kids like their skateboarding.
10-part series on greatest skateboard tour ever.
James Kelch exposes his hidden connection to the Juice.
James was the Embarcadero regulator.
Skate Europe heads through the chunnel.
We went to the UK to meet with a healthy cross-section of English skateboarding.
In the Guy Mariano episodes of Epicly Later'd we are pillaging the fuck out of them, and I hope at least some skaters will be as excited as I am
I called Ty Evans to ask if he had any unused Guy Mariano footage and he said, "You know what I have? Twenty raw tapes that Spike filmed for Video Days."
Marc Johnson is the second to last person we are covering in the Lakai series
Yeah Right filmer Ty Evans won't stop trying to push his techno tape on skateboarders.
Bombing the Williamsburg Bridge and taking the Long Island railroad with the late-night BAT crowd.
Patrick gets his foot in Pappalardo's door.