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!"
An Oral History of 'Transworld Skateboarding' Magazine
The co-founders, long-time employees, and professional skaters remember the legendary magazine, which ended its print publication earlier this year.
We Spoke to the Meme Goddess Behind @Tinyhat_skatelife
"I really enjoy making the memes that make fun of the girls who date skaters because I'm making fun of myself."
RIP Jake Phelps
The longtime 'Thrasher' editor dedicated his life to skateboarding, and it won't be the same without him.
Former Bro Film King Jonah Hill Wants to Fight Toxic Masculinity
He hopes the fans that loved him in 'Superbad' will watch him shed light on the ugly side of what binds bros together.
Here Are the Most Romantic Skate Photos You're Likely to See This Week
Photographer Claudio Majorana's new book explores why any kid would pick up a skateboard.
Our Favorite Skateboarders of 2018
Arbitrarily chosen by people who write about skateboarding for this website.
How Skateboarders Learned to Stop Worrying and Get Comfortable in Shorts
A cardinal sin among skateboarders of a certain age, wearing shorts while skating is being accepted by a new generation.
There Are No Strangers at the Skate Park
Photographer Todd Henry says traveling 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.
Zion Wright Isn't Worried About Skater of the Year
The newly minted pro is just here for the skating and also to hang out with The Rock.