Tony Hawk Really, Really Wants You to Know People Keep Recognizing Him in Public
He's been tweeting about it religiously for years, obsessed with letting the world know that strangers keep saying, "Hey—you're Tony Hawk!"
RIP Jake Phelps
The longtime 'Thrasher' editor dedicated his life to skateboarding, and it won't be the same without him.
Our Favourite Skateboarders of 2018
Arbitrarily chosen by people who write about skateboarding for this website.
There Are No Strangers at the Skate Park
Kiwi-American photographer Todd Henry says travelling with a skateboard is a ticket to friendship. He shares his photo album with us.
Todd Henry Photography
Almost 25 Years Later, Supreme Is Still a Skate Shop
As skateboarding has morphed and followed (sometimes unfortunate) fads over the years, there’s something comforting in the consistency of Supreme.
Jonah Hill Made a Skate Film That Doesn't Suck
'Mid90s' captures what it's like to grow up a skate rat in a way no other mainstream film has.
A Brief History of the Frontside Flip
Choose your fighter: illusion or flick-and-catch.
This Tiny Village Hosted Serbia's 'First Longboard Festival'
Young people have long deserted Popšica, until last month, when the town welcomed skaters from across the country.
Skater Gets a Six-Figure Payout After Violent Run-in With NSW Cops
After being grabbed by the shirt and swung to the ground, the teenager sued for battery, false imprisonment, and malicious prosecution.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Check Out the First Trailer for Jonah Hill's Nostalgic 90s Skate Drama
'Mid90s' is set to hit theaters this October.
Skateboarding Has Its Very Own Academic Conference Now
Pushing Boarders was a series of panel discussions on all the good—and not so good—parts of skateboarding.
These Japanese Kids Are the Future of Competitive Skating
"They’re not just good; it’s mastery. They’ve mastered skating.'