Article posted in Skate on February 12th, 2010 by alliancewakeskate
If this was in your front yard, you might be as good as Andrew Pastura. Actually, no you wouldn’t. Photo: Cortese It’s currently snowing in Georgia. Good thing Russell Brightwell already shut this spot...

Article posted in Skate on February 11th, 2010 by alliancewakeskate
aka Club Med de la Mosquito by Sawyer Davis This spot was found in passing. We were bouncing around deep in rural Alabama, and on our way to an old cotton mill in Prattville,...

Article posted in Skate on February 10th, 2010 by bryansoderlind
Dieter Humpsch is an Orlando transplant via South Africa.  He’s everyone’s favorite “Bru” so it is always a good time heading over to Lake Holden to shoot some photos and hang at his...

Article posted in Skate on February 5th, 2010 by alliancewakeskate
Reed Hansen is not afraid of a little cold water. Plus he looks good in a full suit. Back Lip. Photo: Alija Bos Out in Cali, a little rain has freaked out the locals...

Article posted in Skate on February 4th, 2010 by alliance
Celebrating the new year, locking down my current location in San Jose for another summer, and missing the stoke and energy of having a crew up at the lake,  I decided to start...

Article posted in Skate on February 3rd, 2010 by bryansoderlind
The Lake Nan house has been home to many a wakeskater over the years. Currently Andrew Pastura and Stu Shinn are the pros that call it home. Guys like Matt Hooker, Grant Roberts,...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on February 1st, 2010 by garrettcortese
This week it’s time to pit the wakeskaters vs. the wakeboarders. Not that it matters, though, ’cause this is a “photo” battle, not an “action” battle. We’ve got two shots from two different...

Article posted in Skate on January 29th, 2010 by alliancewakeskate
It took more than 15 tries, but Josep Dosta landed this, twice. Barcelona, Spain. Photo” Luis Montana It’s Ben Horan. You don’t even have to begin to question if he landed this. Photo: James...

Article posted in Skate on January 25th, 2010 by garrettcortese
This week it’s time for the wakeskaters to get in on the biffs. Biffs, what a great word. As you can tell, these two strapless shredders totally biffed it. It’s up to you...

Article posted in Skate on January 25th, 2010 by Patrick Wieland
Aaron gives the Sea World Gap some shuv love. Photo: Gabor Vasko Age: 19 Home: Orlando,FL Years riding: Almost 3 Sponsors: Shaun Murray, Motive boardwear Boat, PWC, Cable or Winch? I enjoy all but I’m only consistent behind a cable so far Kicker...

Article posted in Skate on January 19th, 2010 by bryansoderlind
A while back I had the chance to hang out with skateboarding legend, Andy Macdonald, out at the Projects. If you never check the Remote blog then you may be wondering, what was...

Article posted in Skate on January 18th, 2010 by alliancewakeskate
It ain’t easy being a filmer in the wakeskate world. You have to manage whiny wakeskaters, worry about your expensive equipment getting wet, and deal with those dang photographers always trying to get...

Article posted in Wake, Skate on January 14th, 2010 by alliance
The 2010 Gear Guide is officially in stores and subscribers’ mailboxes now, so if you haven’t seen it, you better figure out how to get your hands on it. In addition to checking...

Article posted in Skate on January 13th, 2010 by bryansoderlind
Over the past few years I’ve had the chance to visit a lot of professional waker’s homes. Everyone has their own unique setup so consider this a new semi-regular feature where I show...

 
Page 28 of 78« First...1020...2627282930...405060...Last »