So with the new cameras and with no real goal but to go and have some fun here is the result of the last 6 months, when it wasnt raining or snowing… too much. Skateboarding on the streets of Lowestoft and Norwich (except for Tylers Leiston trick, but it was just too good). Featuring Jubilee Ambassadors, Smash Riders and friends: Tommy May, Jack Woollard, Tyler Ayers, Ash Lever, Glen Cone, Luke Graves, Sean Airey, Gorm and Crab. A big thanks to number 2 cameraman Ben Slaymaker, Mr long lens himself. Just remember, it’s all about goin out skatin with your mates and havin some fun, no pressure. I want to personally thank George for all the hard work thats gone into this edit, giving up Sundays to film when he could of been skating and all of his free time thats gone into editing, cheers buddy, your a legend. Our collaborations extend further to a Ltd edition board available from smashskates, support your local they support you!!! UNITED WE STAND AND DIVIDED WE FALL.
So summers all but over, the leafs are changing colour and we have cold days a head, so we figured it was time to roll out the beanies to keep the old nuggen warm. Available in 5 colours and introducing 3 new ones. All available from Smash Skates, Beccles and Drug Store, Norwich. Skate and support East Coast Skateboarding. Check out the colourways in our promo.
A massive Happy Birthday to Luke Graves. Reps Jubilee wherever he goes and he’s been out filming with us lately for an upcoming edit and we couldnt let this trick go by without giving it a Prime Cut. Much love, enjoy
Introducing Jack Woolard. We met Jack and his buddy Sean last year while skating the Woodbridge park. Jack was seriously killing the park, putting most of the tricks down you’ll see in this edit with an impressive amount of ease. We immediately arranged a night we could get down to get some clips, which by the time we had finished work, driven down and set up, we only got an hour before the lights shut down at 9 oclock and stopped play, although it really didn’t matter as jack had got it all done. Since we shot this we are pleased to announce that Jack has agreed to join the cause and has been out filming some street footage for his full Jubilee edit which will drop this coming winter. Which is sure keep me motivated throught the winter months. Thanks to Jack for the mad skilz, Sean for the frontside flip appearance and Ben Allen for filming. Keep rolling, keep celebrating. Boom!
I took a trip to Mexico last year and it was of the hook I flew into Guadalajara but didn’t get any skating in before we drove down to the Pacific coast to surf, kinda gutted I didn’t skate after seeing this.
I’ve been skateboarding now for longer than I haven’t and still love it as much as i did when I started at 14 years old. Heres 5 of my favourite vids to celebrate go skateboarding day. Watch these bad boys, cross your fingers and hopefully it’ll dry up and we can all go skate. Could of been any number of his sections: Heavy weight hitter: Love the creativity in skateboarding: One of the best: The Boss:
We went for a little roll at our local Park last night and had a chance to catch up with Grindley which was cool, he’s a real nice guy and is proper hammers. We managed to get a couple of seriously heavy clips of him. Excuse the Iphone clip footage but our resident filmer had a prior engagement.
Its time for a new release. Heres a sneak peak of our latest offering. This special edition queen of diamonds biggy J in commeration of the Queens diamond Jubilee (and all things Jubilee) will be going into production this week and will be onsale from the 5th of June from our online store, Smash Skates Beccles and Drugstore Norwich. Support your local skater owned shops and companys.