Sheffield's House skatepark once again hosted the Noiya Jam, the setting for the UK's top bladers to shred in a city better known for its street spots. Steel yourself...
ift from the Be-Mag msgboard continues his tradition of touring in his lecture-free time with Buddy4, hailing from New Haven to Boston, Bridegport, Brooklyn, Virginia, Greenville, and back to his home state of Florida meeting new and old friends, sleeping through his run at Pow-wow and... having a blast!
Last weekend was the weekend of the Panhandle Pow-Wow VII. Be-Mag was there to cover, and we've got an excellent article by Southern Scum's Chad Anthony to let you read how the competition went down. The article is accompanied by a huge amount of photos by Drew Humphrey, capturing all the best moments of the competition. Oh and there's also a sweet edit!
Ian Ball shines a spotlight on a strictly taboo subject in blading. We've all experienced the pain of it, we see it happen to others and look away, or stare and laugh. It happens to our favourite pros, whether we like to think about it or not, and it makes rubber-boned groms into hardened shredders. Time to learn more about the beast we call falling down.
HORN! HORN! HORN! Blading's most chantable stuntman is our latest in-depth victim. Meet the disaster-slayer who wants all the good stuff and would rather not die in the dirt. He's just like you and I... mostly.
The Adapt × Be-Mag Collaboration Skate has been a great success so far. But we're not intending to rest on this success, but rather take it to the next level: Adapt now offers the product in two more color ways and also let's you customize your new jams with different colored laces and souls! Check out pictures of the new burgundy and black options below!
In a few weeks time New Orleans will be the scene for the Bayou Bash, the local blading competition. This year the competition is taken back to its roots on the streets of the Southern city. We checked in with organizer Andrew Waddle and talked about the history of the competition, skating in New Orleans and got a preview of the spots.