• This Old Ledge: Pier 7

    This Old Ledge: Pier 7
    For over 25 years, Pier 7 has been at the center of technical skating. It’s not just where you are, but who you’re with and how you roll. That code of conduct was forged in the ’90s along San Francisco's waterfront.
  • This Old Ledge: Embarcadero

    This Old Ledge: Embarcadero
    There’s more to the spot than meets the eye. Follow Ted Barrow into the world where skateboarding, architecture and the concrete jungle collide to spark the magic of modern street skateboarding. We start at EMB.
  • Michael Burnett: People I've Known

    Michael Burnett: People I've Known
    From the Baker van to King of the Road to 20-plus years of shooting photos, Burnett’s done a lot of miles and met a lot of folks working for the Mag. Check out who made an impression on Phelper’s right-hand man. As seen in our March 2021 issue.
  • FTC's "Penal Code" Video

    FTC's "Penal Code" Video
    Carroll, Koston, Karl, Jovontae, Chico and legend after legend go off in Meza’s SF masterpiece from ‘96 that inspired generations of street skaters. This is canon. 
  • FTC's "Pier 7" Video

    FTC's "Pier 7" Video
    During its heyday, Pier 7 fostered incredible progress in the world of street skating. FTC has assembled some of their favorite moments in this edit. 
  • August 1995

    August 1995
    Cover: Phil Shao – Smith Photo: Kanights Inside This Mag: Skating Burnside with Mark Gonzales, John Cardiel, Coco Santiago, Diggity Dawes, Skip Towne and more and interviews with Max Schaaf and Scott Johnson Also In This Issue: Rad ams Doug Shoemaker, Nikhil Thayer and James Qua and skating in Santa Rosa and BostonMusic Articles: Santana, No Use For A Name and Gaunt
  • January 1994

    January 1994
    Cover: Carl Shipman – Front Blunt Photo: KanightsInsert: Avalon Photo: Johnson Inside This Mag: Thrasher's 13th Anniversary Issue featuring the Blue and Grey Tour and an interview with Simon Woodstock Also In This Issue: Hot ams Fred Gall, Pancho Moller, Matt Pailes and John Minor and an interview with the artist behind Pitt, Dale KeownMusic Articles: NOFX, KRS-1, Morbid Angel, Cadillac Tramps and the Phantom Surfers
  • Classics: Lavar McBride "Trilogy"

    Classics: Lavar McBride "Trilogy"
    1996's Trilogy had a huge line-up of amazing skaters, but Lavar's part was one of the best. Here's his limitless bag of tricks, distinct style, and hilarious opening skit. Shuriken Shannon introduces a classic.
  • Classics: SF Streets

    Classics: SF Streets
    The Cardiel ledge, the Safeway curb, and the SF State rails with Drehobl, Speyer, McBride, and Pastras.
  • October 1999

    October 1999
    Cover: Kerry Getz – Kickflip Lien Air Photo: Burnett Inside This Mag: Blind goes to Europe, the Globe World Championships in Germany, the Radlands 99 Contest in England and Consolidated's American summer tour Also In This Issue: The science of skateboarding, Rick Oyola's story and skating in Livingston, ScotlandMusic Articles: Krazy Fest Too 1999 with Kill Your Idols, Snapcase and more, Quadrajets and Common Rider
  • Zach Saraceno for King Skateboards

    Zach Saraceno for King Skateboards
    Zach hits LA's stacks with a seemingly infinite repertoire and undeniable technique for King. Tyshawn and Na-Kel come through on the assist.
  • Deedz for ACE Limited

    Deedz for ACE Limited
    Dodging traffic and plowing through the worst ground imaginable, Deedz connects deadly ledges and rails in an unforgettable all-terrain performance.    
  • Ace Pelka's "Rearview" Arbor Video

    Ace Pelka's "Rearview" Arbor Video
    Ace heads to Hawaii's hallowed ground and lays back on the iconic crust with his new board for Arbor.
  • MASHER: Estonia

    MASHER: Estonia
    Gregson and company bounce over to the Baltics on their endless quest for killer ‘crete and encounter a trove of sick spots, including a skateable boat and some perfect plazas. Jaws and Nolan Miskell join the crew for added impact.
  • Kieran Woolley's "Raw Ams" Indy Part

    Kieran Woolley's "Raw Ams" Indy Part
    Indy uncovers a full part from Kieran, bringing insane park hits and an off-road ender to remember.
  • In The Mag
    April 2024 Filipe Mota Thrasher Cover_Burnett_350
    Congrats to our 2023 Skater of the Year—Miles Silvas! Miles gets the gang together for a trip down to Mexico City. Tiago, Ishod, P-Rod and Shanahan all make appearances. Talk about star-studded. More SOTY coverage includes: BA’s Rusty trophy on eBay, TNT’s People I’ve Known, Silas Baxter-Neal dishes on when he got it, and Tyshawn passes the torch. Plus—Gregson Mashes through the Baltics, Nike heads to NZ and the Swampfest gets covered (with mud). Not to mention a sticker sheet AND poster… Don’t blow it; get yours.